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    A New Chapter - Skoda Singapore

    as long as not 4wd like arteon, no dolly usually.
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    Sharing of Good Lobang Sale

    I imagine with SPH having that article printed without the words advertised article, If there are any short comings of the event, SPH has to have some response to service recovery
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    Sharing of Good Lobang Sale

    Oh why is that so? U mean they doing money laundry or don’t buy kanna beaten up? I know many other big electronics retailers always say they mess up the sales of their commission
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    Singaporeans lose jobs to FTs

    I think you meant all working age adults and looking for jobs for 25 weeks. Thats what I was told is the cutoff point for adults looking for jobs. Else after 25 weeks, u no longer looking for work due to one reason or another.
  5. yeah where to get .. I stay at bukit gombak area
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    A New Chapter - Skoda Singapore

    Do you need end links for lower springs or is that only for Coilovers?
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    stealing plants in front of cctv

    Not really true.. shoes left in the common corridor while visiting a friend and it goes missing does not equal to openly allowing people to take it away. I believe unless its left in a bin center or Besides a Bin center is where it becomes dubious and subject to interpretation.
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    A New Chapter - Skoda Singapore

    For those that tune, this seems quite a good option for less money and improvement on heat soak
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    2017 Hyundai i30

    wrong size for the upgrade. If the 17 is 225/45/17, it would be 235 35 18 instead.
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    Singaporeans lose jobs to FTs

    too late... https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/government-economy/unemployment-for-locals-creeps-up-in-q2-mom Unemployment for locals creeps up in Q2: MOM The number of job vacancies declined for the second consecutive quarter to 47,700 in June, down from 57,100 in March, after accounting for seasonal variations. This resulted in the ratio of job vacancies to unemployed people dipping below one for the first time in more than a year. There was 0.94 opening per unemployed person in June. SEE ALSO: Retrenchments grow in Q1, led by manufacturing: MOM The softer job market was also borne out in the lower share of residents who managed to find a job within six months of being laid off in the last quarter of last year. This re-entry rate fell to 60 per cent in the second quarter of this year, the lowest rate in at least four years, and down from 66.4 per cent in the first quarter of this year. But the long-term unemployment rate for residents stayed flat at 0.7 per cent in June after being adjusted for seasonal variations. This refers to the share of the resident labour force who were unemployed for at least 25 weeks. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for Singaporeans climbed for the third consecutive quarter to 3.3 per cent in June, up from 3.2 per cent in March. For residents - Singaporeans and permanent residents combined - the rate was 3.1 per cent in June, up from 3 per cent in March, while the overall rate was stable at 2.2 per cent in June. Professionals, managers, executives and technicians continued to make up the majority of locals retrenched, at 77 per cent. The MOM noted that in the recent three quarters, more employees have been placed on short work-week or temporary layoff arrangements, which are typically viewed as better alternatives to retrenchments. "This points to firms' growing caution amid uncertain economic conditions, though levels were still much lower than during recessionary periods," it said. Meanwhile, growth in the number of people working here, excluding maids, slowed in the first half of the year to 16,900, down from 31,400 in the second half of last year, which had been boosted by the festive season, said the ministry.
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    stealing plants in front of cctv

    Would be interesting if police dont take action BUT HDB and SCDF take action and fine the plant owner / HDB dweller instead for obstruction of pathway
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    A New Chapter - Skoda Singapore

    click the + sign next to the word quote
  13. How do you determine if the batt will kill the earth due to the toxic nature of the Batt ? One huge resistance to getting the Hybrid is the weight of the Batt as well as the tax on ownership.
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    Sharing of Good Lobang Sale

    For those that dont really care about the latest , this seems quite a good offer. Grab top clearance deals at Electronics Overstock Sale 50 off for the voucher + on top of the discounted prices. https://forms.gle/WzrNsqAEhkdK63or8 Need to register. Just to be safe, the link on top is correct. The link in the article is "fake" "wrong" For three days only, get the biggest bang for your buck at the Electronics Overstock Sale, where all the big electronics brands gather to offer the best deals in town with more than $10 million worth of stock to be cleared.Head to Singapore Expo Hall 5 from tomorrow to Sunday, 11am to 9pm, and you will be spoilt for choice with more than 4,500 electronics items priced at up to 90 per cent off, from as low as $16. The range includes TVs, fridges, washer-dryers, Hi-Fi systems, laptops, mobile phones and small appliances like kettles, toasters and microwave ovens. All items are fully supported by top electronics brands such as Apple, Casio, Daikin, Electrolux, Farfalla, Hisense, Hitachi, KDK, Lenovo, LG, Mayer, Midea, Mitsubishi Electric, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Tecno, Toshiba and Turbo. In an exclusive collaboration with The New Paper, readers get to redeem $50 cash vouchers when they pre-register for the event via https://forms.gle/WzrNsqAEhkdK63or8 by noon on Saturday. The vouchers can be used for either a 55-inch and above TV, a 320L and above fridge or an 8kg and above front load washer. No minimum spending is required and the vouchers can be used on top of promotional prices. Hot buys at the event include an LG 55-inch Ultra HD HDR 4K LED Smart TV for $999 (usual price $1,649), Samsung 65-inch Ultra HD HDR 4K LED Smart TV for $1,699 (usual price $2,999), Panasonic Top Load Washer for $269 (usual price $399), Hitachi Top Load Washer for $369 (usual price $569), Panasonic two-door fridge for $379 (usual price $599) and Electrolux two-door fridge for $579 (usual price $959).
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