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  1. It all about money, if I paying already then I should not be doing it myself and still pay for cleaning fee. just like if I eat at home, do I wash it and clean it yes I do cause it affect me. If I eat outside and if I don't clean, it don't matter, I know I paying parts of the cleaning fee for someone to clean it. At home I not paying anyone to clean. Period It a money society, money talk. Just like if I pay my road tax, ERP, Coe etc.. of course I can drive anywhere as long as I pay and follow the rules cause it belong to someone not mine, if mine then it my rules. Someone
  2. SINGAPORE - Seniors who wish to live in Singapore's first assisted living flats may be eligible for government subsidies of up to 80 per cent for shared caregiving service, which includes showering, dressing and moving around. The means-tested subsidy will be based on household income and the type of help required, said Minister for Social and Family Development Masagos Zulkifli on Monday (Jan 25) during a visit to the community care apartments exhibition at the HDB Hub atrium in Toa Payoh. The pilot batch of community care apartments in Bukit Batok West Avenue 9 are targeted at thos
  3. https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2021/01/25/hotel-equatorial-penang-to-shut-down-effective-march-319g
  4. 12.20min if cleaner dont clear the tray will the customer clear. Yes i will clear but i put on the floor, believe me within 2min there will be cleaner out from no where fast hand and fast leg to pick up. it always work
  5. For me, the hawker are charged cleaning fees, so that cleaning fees is added to part of the food cost. my question to them, if i paying for cleaning fees, then why should i be cleaning myself.
  6. The woman dialled 999 to order a pizza. When she was told she had mistakenly called the police, she nervously insisted that she wanted to order a pizza. That was when emergency communications officer (ECO) Mohamad Suhaimi Ami realised the woman was in distress and needed help, but she was unable to speak freely over the phone. The officer, who has been with the Police Operations Command Centre (POCC) for about seven years, started asking her questions with yes-or-no answers to find out more about her plight. Recalling the incident, he added: "Using the topic of ordering
  7. If you're on the hunt for affordable abalones, don't miss your chance to snag some at just $1 a piece (U.P. $2.50) at selected Giant outlets. The mini abalones, which come thawed, are currently out of stock everywhere apart from the Sembawang Shopping Centre and Suntec City outlets, a Giant spokesperson told AsiaOne today (Jan 25). However, they will eventually be restocked at the other outlets running the promotion, including IMM, Tampines and Pioneer Mall, Giant confirmed. When: While stocks last
  8. Would you pay more than $12,000 for a dog? Some Singaporeans can - and will. And demand for these costly canines shows no signs of abating, despite prices for many breeds ballooning since last year. Checks by The Straits Times found that a golden retriever can cost up to $12,800, compared with about $5,000 last January. A poodle can go for as much as $11,800, when one cost around $4,000 in the previous year. Demand for puppies surged right after the circuit breaker ended, and all five shops suggest that prices will continue to rise.
  9. SINGAPORE — A High Court judge on Monday (Jan 25) raised the jail sentence for a 26-year-old undergraduate who had committed sexual offences against an underage girl whom he had met at their alma mater.Justice Aedit Abdullah added another nine months to the original two-year jail term imposed on the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) student by the State Courts.In doing so, he also rebuked the offender's former lawyer S Radakrishnan’s conduct.While mitigating for his client, the defence counsel had made submissions that “constituted a blatant and unapologetic attempt to foist responsibilit
  10. SINGAPORE - Those who miss the hustle and bustle - and close contact - of pasar malams here have a long wait ahead, as even long-time vendors have set up permanent stalls. The once-familiar sight of night markets in the heartland looks unlikely to return soon, with safety measures tightened ahead of Chinese New Year amid an increase in community Covid-19 cases even as vaccines are being rolled out. Not knowing when roving fairs will return, some, like popular pasar malam brand Teochew Meat Puff, have moved on from the nomadic nature of the trade. But even well-known
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