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  1. Hi, My passat interior cloth is falling and sagging off. Seems like the glue has come off. Any lobang to fix it or anyway that can help change it ? Thanks for the help.
  2. Poor boy.. RIP... There's a lesson we have to teach our children. A phone is not worth your life. Let it be, get scolding from parent is still better than risking your life. http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/man-falls-4th-floor-orchard-gateway
  3. I hope he gets well soon. My childhood idol https://sg.style.yahoo.com/major-road-closures-as-injured-andy-lau-arrives-at-hong-kong-hospital-043408651.html
  4. didn't want to show her photo, you can find it here. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/singapore-woman-dies-after-falling-off-cliff-in-033755949.html
  5. Really need to see the CCTV footage to determine whose fault A 28-year-old woman fell into gap in an escalator being serviced at Tanah Merah MRT Station last Monday. Miss Azlin Amran was stuck in the waist-deep pit for almost half an hour as Singapore Civil Defence Force rescuers worked quickly to free her. The unemployed woman, who was later rushed to hospital and sent to the intensive care unit, suffered injuries including a punctured lung, a fractured pelvis and spinal injuries. said her mother. SMRT told The New Paper that a barrier had been put up at the entrance of the escalator that was being serviced. But Miss Azlin had told her mother, Madam Azizah Mohd Lajis, 52, that there were no barriers at the escalator that evening. Read the full report in The New Paper on Monday (Feb 04).
  6. SimonTan

    News: falling windows

    I thought 10 years ago, all HDB die die must change stainless steel screws. Many even kena summoned for not changing in time. So by right all new HDB n condos should be using stainless steels screw by now. How the 85% slipped thru inspections? AsiaOne Monday, Jun 04, 2012 More than 70 per cent of all fallen windows incidents are due to poor window maintenance, and at least 85 per cent of casement windows fell as a result of failing to retrofit the windows with stainless steel rivets. These were the findings of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Housing & Development Board (HDB). In a joint statement, the two governmental bodies advised homeowners to check and maintain their windows once every six months, and repairing them if necessary, to minimise incidents of fallen windows. According to BCA, there were 35 cases of fallen windows from January to May this year, compared to the 20 cases during the same period in 2011 and 2010. All windows are subjected to wear and tear and may detach and fall when window parts become loose or defective. To counter this problem, homeowners are advised to follow three simple steps: For casment windows, they should 1) check that the fasteners are not rusty or loose 2) clean and lubricate joints or movable parts 3) change all rivets from aluminium to stainless steel For sliding windows, homeowners should 1) check that the safety stoppers and/or angle strips are in place or not damaged 2) clean the tracks and ensure the window panels can slide smoothly 3) change worn-out safety stoppers and angle strips BCA and HDB have also been stepping up efforts to create greater awareness of the importance of window safety. Besides the biannual Window Safety Campaign on June 6 and December 12, BCA and HDB are also reaching out to educate the community through roving exhibitions on windows safety. To further encourage residents to check and maintain their windows, toolkits for window maintenance are also given out during the exhibitions. BCA will also be carrying out windows inspections at both private and HDB estates to reinforce the importance of regular window maintenance. Under the law, homeowners or tenants could face a fine of up to $10,000 and/or receive a jail term of up to one year if a window falls due to lack of maintenance. In addition, if any fallen casement window is found with aluminium rivets, they can also face a further penalty of a $5,000 fine and/or jail term of up to six months, for failing to retrofit the window with stainless steel rivets. A list of BCA-approved window contractors and window maintenance tips can be found at http://www.bca.gov.sg/windows_safety and http://www.hdb.gov.sg/windows_safety. rchia@sph.com.sg
  7. Sexual jihad is a controversial practice of women within some Wahhabist groups allegedly offering themselves in sexual comfort roles to fighters for the establishment of Islamic state. Definition in wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_jihad Disturbing, but we should all be aware of the power of these radical groups. Somehow, the ISIS is able to brainwash these girls to become sexual objects for the ISIS fighters. Interesting talk show on the topic of sexual jihad. http://www.straitstimes.com/news/asia/south-east-asia/story/isis-luring-young-girls-around-the-world-join-its-terror-ranks-20150 PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian police are on the alert for a new tactic by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria to lure young girls from around the world to join its ranks. Special Branch Counter Terrorism Division's principal assistant director Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the militant group was trying to lure girls as young as 14 and 15 to the ranks for sex jihad, among other activities. "We will not allow them to be exploited by IS or any other terror groups. "We are pooling our resources to ensure that these children do not fall into the trap," he told The Star on Sunday. Stressing that the division was monitoring the situation closely, SAC Ayob Khan advised parents to be more wary of their children's activities. "These young girls can easily be influenced by the militants via social media, especially Facebook. "So, parents, please play your part by monitoring your children's activities," he said. SAC Ayob Khan said that although the division had managed to thwart seven Malaysian women from going to Syria to join the militants since last year, seven others had managed to go there, adding that most of the women were in their 20s. "The youngest so far is the 14-year-old who was arrested last week," he said. The girl was nabbed at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport while attempting to head to Cairo, purportedly to marry a student there before going to Syria. SAC Ayob Khan said the latest arrest reflected the IS' worrying trend to brainwash and enlist youngsters from around the world into joining its terror ranks. Britain's Scotland Yard is now looking for three teenage girls who are believed to be travelling to Syria via Turkey to join the ISIS. They are Shamima Begum, 15, who could be using the name of Acklina Begum, and 16-year-old Kadiza Sultana. The third girl, 15, has not been named at the request of her family. Their friend, also a 15-year-old, is said to have joined the militants in December. In November, a 19-year-old Dutch girl was brought home by her mother after marrying an ISIS fighter in Syria. Earlier on Sunday, Deputy Defence Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri said there were some people in the country who were influenced by the activities of militant groups. "Their ability to recruit young people for their false struggle is worrying. To date, there have been several of our young people who not only joined them in IS territories as supporters but also became directly involved in military activities such as suicide bombing. "Going by the experience of neighbouring countries, we should also give IS serious attention," he said. He gave the assurance that police and military intelligence units were monitoring militant groups and would not let them grow to the point where they could threaten the security of the nation. He said parents should always monitor their children's activities to prevent them from getting involved in terror groups like the ISIS. - See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/asia/south-east-asia/story/isis-luring-young-girls-around-the-world-join-its-terror-ranks-20150#sthash.IEyoIzZx.dpuf -------------------------
  8. Picnic06-Biante15

    Something Falling Overhead In Next Few Days

    from Yahoo : GOCE satellite set to crash down to Earth in coming days, but experts aren't sure where it will land A European space satellite that has been mapping the Earth’s gravitational field is set to crash down to Earth in the coming days, and it could provide a “real treat” for space watchers. But could GOCE (pronounced “GO-chay”), which is set to make an “uncontrolled entry” into the atmosphere, present a risk to anyone on the ground? “For the most part, these uncontrolled re-entries are the norm,” Space.com’s Tariq Malik told Yahoo News in a phone interview. “It’s not so much that we’ve been lucky to not get hit by one as it is the planet is so big.” The European Space Agency does not know exactly when GOCE, short for Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer, will crash to Earth, and experts there don't know exactly where it will land. But the general consensus is that it will re-enter Earth’s atmosphere sometime between Friday and Monday. “It’s rather hard to predict where the spacecraft will re-enter and impact,” the ESA’s Rune Floberghagen told the New York Times. “Concretely our best engineering prediction is now for a re-entry on Sunday, with a possibility for it slipping into early Monday.” And if all goes well, people may be able to watch the satellite safely enter the atmosphere and explode into a fireball of smaller fragments. “The one thing I’m really wondering about is where the re-entry might be visible from,” Malik said. “It’s very instructive to watch this stuff burn up. From the ground, it’s like watching a giant fireball. If that happens, viewers on the ground could really get a treat.” Watch your head as it might fall onto you .... Wonder where is a nice spot to watch the re-entry, Mount Faber or Telok Blangah Height garden ...
  9. now car dealers have to offer special??
  10. SINGAPORE: Donations are pouring in from all over the world to help alleviate the national phenomenon of MRT commuters falling into the platform gap. Donut News understands that one of the donor, Ronald of Des Plaines, Illinois has kindly agreed to donate 100,000 pairs of customized shoes to help prevent a nation-wide catastrophe. The special shoes has so far helped the world-famous clown planted his footprint all over the world, without falling into any platform gap. A simple solution to a complex problem. Post taken from Donut News
  11. The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) said it will be zeroing in on housing estates where there had been cases of falling windows, for future inspections. BCA has been conducting windows inspections at private and HDB estates since 2006. This comes as the number of falling windows shot up 75 per cent in the first five months of the year. There were 35 cases of falling windows between January and May, compared to 20 in the same period last year. The number of fallen windows is on the rise, with 57 cases last year, up from 50 in 2010. The BCA's Building Plan and Management Group Deputy Director, Jeremy Tan said seven in 10 cases were due to poor maintenance. "For BCA, every fallen window is a serious incident. However, since 2004 there has been seven fallen windows incidents which have caused injury. Moving forward, we would like to encourage the public to periodically maintain their windows to ensure their window safety." Most of these cases involved casement windows which are attached to frames by hinges. 85 per cent of casement windows fell off because homeowners did not replace aluminium rivets with stainless steel ones. BCA and HDB said they have stepped up efforts to raise awareness, with 10 roving exhibitions on window safety planned for this year, compared to just one last year. Toolkits will also be distributed to residents to help them check their windows. The kits comprise of a mirror to help them check if their window screws are loose; a brush, and a bottle of oil to help them clean and lubricate joints and moveable parts. Homeowner Colin Khoo said the extra education efforts would help. "I think it's about proper education but I think sometimes, generally, windows we always believe that it's a very sturdy piece of equipment and nothing can happen and so over the many years, people tend to take it for granted that this construction is of sturdiness, so it's just being careful and being more aware I think at the end of the day about doing your window checks. And I think generally what BCA recommends is do it every half a year." Under the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act, homeowners or tenants could be fined up to S$10,000, and jailed up to one year, if a window falls due to lack of maintenance. Those found to have casement windows with aluminium rivets also face a further penalty of S$5,000 and six months jail, for failing to retrofit their windows with stainless steel rivets. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1205439/1/.html
  12. Is our multi-billion world-class trains falling apart? By the way this time round never use the trusty cable ties meh? [laugh] From CNA: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1185055/1/.html Second incident of falling rail clip Posted: 24 February 2012 2013 hrs
  13. Woman in coma after falling onboard SMRT bus SINGAPORE : A 54
  14. SINGAPORE: A free-falling loading lift at a Kaki Bukit building caused a ceiling to crash onto cars in the basement car park, according to an eyewitness who spoke to Channel NewsAsia. A scene of devastation greeted the eyewitness, who only wanted to be known as Linda, when she went to the car park at about 6pm on Thursday. She was told by the building's security staff that a lift had fallen a few floors causing extensive damage in the basement car park. Channel NewsAsia understands there were two people inside the lift, but they have been rescued. Police said a member of the public called about the incident at Block 1 Kaki Bukit Avenue 3, saying the lift had malfunctioned. No one was injured in the accident. - CNA /ls http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1160724/1/.html HDB flat?
  15. Accident happened at 4.40pm yesterday at a workshop at Sungei Kadut St 5. The 10-ton, 40-seater private bus was lifted up by a support structure and the techician was doing repair works underneath the bus. All of a sudden, the bus fell to the ground, crashing the 53 year old technician to death instantly. 修车厂恐怖意外!53岁技师伏在车底修车,惨遭10公吨的旅游巴士压扁,血肉模糊当场惨死。 这起意外发生在昨午4时40分,地点是双溪加株5街的一间修车厂。 死者是53岁的周厉荣,在修车厂担任修车技师。 据死者的亲人说,死者事发时伏在一辆大型旅游巴士底下,进行维修工作。这辆被支架撑起的巴士,不知何故突然失衡砸下,压扁在底下维修的死者。 这辆巴士能载达40多人,估计10公吨重,把死者压扁,现场留下一大滩血,令人触目惊心。 全家原定周六飞台,首次出国竟变出殡。完整报道,请翻阅19.10.2011《联合晚报》。 http://news.omy.sg/News/Local%2BNews/Story...453-284490.html
  16. 男子天桥徘徊,过后疑一跃而下惨死。目击者眼见他跨过栏杆,却以为他去修剪花草,后悔没能救他。 这起事故发生在昨天下午3时15分,地点在位于义顺2道第758座组屋附近的有盖天桥,一旁就是地铁轨道。 死者是一名43岁的华族男子,就住在事发地点附近。 据知,事发时他相信是从高4.5米的天桥上坠下,倒在马路上最左边的车道上。 据了解,男子坠下后,虽然没有被车子撞上,但还是因伤重,在3时30分左右宣告不治。 目击者表示,男子当时脸部朝上,头部流了很多血,死状相当骇人。 男子身穿白色上衣,浅蓝色短裤,身材中等。他左手腕带着手表,身上只有一串钥匙,不过没有任何的证件。 完整报道,请翻阅13.10.2011《新明日报》。 Translation: Incident happened at 3:15pm yesterday at overhead bridge along Yishun Ave 2 near Blk 758. Deceased is a 43 year old chinese man who lives near the area. An eyewitness thought the man was going to trim plants when he climbed over the railings and regrets not saving the man. Although the man was not hit by traffic below, he nevertheless died from his injuries.
  17. A commercial van (stationary and not driven) was parked along a 2-lanes 2-ways road doing loading/unloading of cargo. While my car was passing alongside, an object fell off and hit my car sustaining dents and stretches on the car body. Van supervisor acknowledged the accident and signed a written note for cost of repair at his appointed workshop. However, he refused to honour the written agreement, claiming it was not a car-to- van accident but rather a careless workmanship from his workers. Can I claim repair cost from the van insurance company or claim for public liability from that company insurance? Should the company have not been insured, then I need to engage a lawyer to claim against owner of the company. Appreciate your comment
  18. Saviourwu

    Rocks falling on Cars

    Just got a rock attack down on my car today. Chipped paint and left 3 distinct white spots and dents on my car roof. A rock was still left sitting near the rear windscreen. Wonder what in the heaven's name cause those rocks to fall from the sky, or was it some crazy children who like throwing rocks from nearby highrise buildings. Any of you guys experienced that? How much will it cost to repair and re-paint the spots? My car is not white, the white spots stands out a lot... size of toe nails... really heart pain...
  19. Newkidontheblock

    IU Unit keeps falling

    ai guys my IU Unit (the thing used to insert ur cashcard for ERPS and all) keeps dropping off from the glue... i think its because i went to tint my car and they removed it and sticked it back... now not as sticky liao so keep dropping... any solution guys ?
  20. Around afternoon 4 plus i believe. Honda jazz left tailight broke right rear wheel bent at 30 degrees angle and the poor driver was still driving it slowly dragging the rear wheel which was locked all the way uphill from bukit panjang plaza. Anyone saw what happened?
  21. As per topic. Who can I complain to to get them to remove the trees totally? Since May, I have seen whole branches breaking off and landing on cars parked during rain. "They" came and did some trimming, but now still the branches are falling after rain. Best is remove the trees from the CP totally, after all, these trees only contribute birdshit but not much shade for the cars. So, who to call regarding trees in HDB estate open air carparks?
  22. Driver killed when tree falls during downpour By Sona Remesh | Posted: 20 July 2010 1548 hrs SINGAPORE: A driver was killed when a tree fell and hit the car he was in during heavy rain Tuesday afternoon at the junction of Thomson Hill Drive and Yio Chu Kang Rd. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said the victim was pronounced dead when its personnel arrived at about 2.50pm. The SCDF said the car was badly damaged. Rescuers took about 20 minutes to remove his body, using two hydraulic spreader cutters. - CNA/jm -------------- scary. very near my place.....
  23. Hi all, This thread is to keep track of the failing parts on our ride. I'll start off with mine 1st. 1. Gear knob button loose, almost falling off 2. Knob for adjusting the driver seat back cushion cracked 3. Driver seat has free play while going over humps ( 1 yr still not fixed )
  24. Is this a growing concerns that the younger generation will have problems retiring with cpf funds ? Esp. you see the rates in the 80s is so much higher ... http://mycpf.cpf.gov.sg/NR/rdonlyres/27074...butionRates.pdf
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