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  1. So just a heads up, in case you feel inclined to share everything, better don't. Btw she had to make a public apology never to undertake similar action in the future. Better be safe than sorry fellas. PS: I am not at a liberty to reveal which company did that, or which forum it took place in either.
  2. source: http://www.tremeritus.com/2015/07/02/writ-of-possession-issued-against-man-with-terminal-cancer/ Not sure how accurate this story is .. but seems such a sad case. Sell house but cannot get money to treat his cancer. Is it that difficult to touch the CPF even if may die before reaching 65?
  3. Let me see: 20 issued offences over 3 months will be 20/3x30 = 0.22 per day. So on average HDB or the outsourced traffic warden issued 1 parking offence every 5 days. Geee...kinda low leh. Either this Jeremy Cheong is over-reacting or the so-called "regular enforcement action" need to be more regular hor? [rolleyes] From ST Forum: http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Online...ory_764464.html 20 parking offence notices issued Published on Feb 9, 2012
  4. Sands finally got their license. But as the entry levy, those whom had paid for the yearly levy at Resorts World, do they need to pay again for Marina Bay Sands? http://www.relax.com.sg/relax/news/361764/...747245196AB4.04
  5. SINGAPORE has issued a Warrant of Arrest against ex-Romanian envoy Dr Silviu Ionescu, who was involved in a tragic hit-and-run accident in December. The Romanian Ambassador to Singapore, HE Aurelian Neagu was officially informed of this during a meeting with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) on Friday. Ambassador Neagu was also informed of the findings of the Coroner's Inquiry and the charges preferred by the Singapore Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) against Dr Ionescu. MFA stressed that the Romanian Government had a clear moral obligation to do all it could to persuade Dr Ionescu to come back to Singapore to stand trial. A Red Notice has been issued against Dr Ionescu. Ambassador Neagu informed MFA that the Romanian Prosecutor's Office had started criminal investigations against Dr Ionescu on 2 February 2010 on "homicide by negligence, leaving the scene of an accident and false statements". Ambassador Neagu stressed that Romania was committed to seeing justice done. The Ambassador explained that Romania would need to conduct its own investigations against Dr Ionescu in accordance with Romanian law. He assured MFA that Romania would continue to cooperate fully with Singapore on the matter. Singapore would also cooperate with Romania to the fullest extent possible under our law to our common purpose of seeing that justice was served. To this end, MFA formally informed the Ambassador that Singapore agreed to the establishment of a Joint Technical Working Group (or Rogatory Commission) as proposed by the Romanian side in a letter dated 24 February 2010, and conveyed to Singapore by the Romanian Embassy in Singapore only on 8 March (which was received on 10 March 2010.) The Ambassador was told that Singapore could not have formally agreed to the proposal for a Joint Technical Working Group (or Rogatory Commission) before the Coroner had given his findings on 31 March 2010 as Singapore could not prejudge the outcome of the Coroner's Inquiry and the subsequent decision by our AGC to prefer charges against Dr Ionescu. However, MFA noted that Singapore's Minister for Law had already replied on 16 March 2010 indicating our willingness to cooperate with the Romanian authorities to the fullest extent possible under our law. MFA stressed that the Joint Technical Working Group (or Rogatory Commission) should be set up as soon as possible, and should start work by May 2010. If the Romanian side was ready to begin work earlier, Singapore was ready to do so as we had already appointed our representatives to the Joint Technical Working Group (or Rogatory Commission). The Ambassador thanked Singapore for agreeing to the setting up of the Joint Technical Working Group (or Rogatory Commission) and said that the Romanian Prosecutor was ready to fly down to Singapore to meet with his counterparts "at anytime". MFA welcomed this assurance and told the Ambassador that we hoped that the Romanian authorities would propose specific dates for the visit without delay. MFA also lodged a strong protest to the Ambassador on the inappropriate comments made by Dr Ionescu to the media on the integrity of Singapore's judicial system and the victims. Dr Ionescu's comments were without basis, callous in the extreme and showed an utter lack of remorse. MFA pointed out that the Singapore legal system was widely known for its transparency, integrity and high standards and that Dr Ionescu's callous comments on the victims had only further inflamed public feelings against Dr Ionescu and Romania. MFA welcomed the Romanian MFA's disavowal of the allegations made by Dr Ionescu about the Coroner's Inquiry and Singapore's judicial system and its clarification that they did not represent the position of the Romanian Government. MFA, however, stressed to the Ambassador that it was puzzling that the Romanian MFA continued to allow Dr Ionescu, who was still an employee of the Romanian Foreign Ministry, to make such inappropriate remarks. While Dr Ionescu had been suspended from his duties pending the outcome of the criminal investigation against him in Romania, he had not been dismissed. As long as Dr Ionescu remained formally in the employment of the Romanian government, the Romanian MFA had a strong obligation to ensure that Dr Ionescu refrained from making outrageous and inappropriate statements. Such statements damaged Romania's reputation and were not in Dr Ionescu's own interests either. MFA cautioned Ambassador Neagu that Romania should not underestimate the depth of feelings that had been aroused in Singapore over the case. Questions had been asked in Parliament. The Romanian Government must in its own interests ensure that justice was served and seen to be served. Otherwise, there would inevitably be consequences for bilateral relations.
  6. Hi everyone, Just to let you all know we have received word that Toyota have issued a recall for some models manufactured in 2007. If you own one of the models below, please do check our page and see if your chassis # is affected. - Axio - Fielder - Rumion - Allion - Auris - IST The nature of the fault is : The installation of the snap-ring in the CVT clutch mechanism are incorrectly installed. Over time, especially in situations of heavy acceleration/deceleration, the snap-ring might fall off, causing the vehicle to stall or become immobile. Solution for affected models : The affected car models will have their old clutch mechanisms replaced with a new one. If you are affected, please contact your dealer or workshop as soon as possible.
  7. Last Friday first thing to my car found a parking ticket on it. Very strange as I have a season parking on it but I was parking on a white lot due to the season lots are full. So after taking a look at it, it shows all the details correct (lot number, timing, no display of parking coupon) but only thing is a wrong car plate number! The vehicle number shown is SF*3*44E, where mine starts with SGX9**** not even close.... sigh.. whats up with the parking warden. So anyway was wondering what should I do. I had just sent an email to HDB to tell them of this mistake, but to the bro of vehicle number SF*3*44E,if happened to read this and is in the carpark of bedok south blk 19a on friday night 26th sep around 7:50pm, do drop me a msg so I can pass to you the ticket and see how it goes.
  8. While in USA afew weeks ago, a friend wrote me a cheque. His cheque book was issued from Citibank in USA. Can this cheque be honoured in Singapore? Can I bank this US-issued cheque into my account in Citibank (Singapore branch) or local DBS account? Will there be any admin fee? Thanks folks for your inputs.
  9. What a joke. Received a letter from HDB informing of a summon that was issued to me on 27th August. The offence: Parking without displaying valid parking coupon(s) or displaying insufficient parking coupons. The time is 1035 and the location is Ubi Ave 1. The problem is I was in my office during that time, my car key was with me and my vehicle was not reported stolen. In fact, I saw my car in the office carpark lot when going to toilet. So WTH? How come I was issued a summon? Is it because the warden had a monthly quota to hit and therefore just key in any car licence plates that he saw? Guys, what should I do next? Is it possible to ask HDB to waive off the summon? Thanks. What a world class civil service.