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Stories you may have missed, August 22nd

Man said he ordered a $22 McDonald’s meal that was delivered to the wrong unit, but neither Foodpanda nor UOB helped him

Photo: FB screengrab/COMPLAINT SINGAPORE (Chan Kester)

One netizen took to social media to complain about a McDonald’s delivery not reaching his condo unit even though it was marked as delivered.He reported this to foodpanda However, the company was unhelpful with his complaint.

He also reported the incident to UOB as a fraudulent transaction, adding that the bank told him to file a report with the police regarding the failed delivery, but that the bank had “taken no action.” rice field.

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He Ting Ru: We have a duty to protect the mental health of our teachers

Photo: FB Screengrab/He Ting Ru

Labor Party MP He Ting Ru (Sengkang GRC) emphasized the importance of taking care of the mental health of teachers in a Facebook post on August 20.

Ms Fu said the recently announced teacher pay hike was “welcome” news, but said there were ways to “better support teachers in their important work of developing the next generation”.

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Expensive or regular price? S$6.20 for meals at Jurong West

Photo: FB Screengrab/Complaint Singapore

A customer took to social media to ask the public if paying S$6.20 for a meal at a coffee shop was considered expensive or reasonable.

Complaints Singapore members of the Facebook page purchased chicken thighs, vegetables, tofu and rice from the Kinmi 24 Hour Coffee Shop in Jurong West.

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Workers’ Party: 377A and Marriage Definitions Matter, But ‘There Are (Also) Other Problems Faced by the Country’ — GST ‘Raises Inflation When It’s Never Needed’

Photo: FB screengrab/Pritam Singh

One of the highlights of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s National Day speech was the announcement that he would repeal Section 377A of the Penal Code, which criminalizes sexual intercourse between men.

Singapore’s largest opposition party, the Workers’ Party, issued a statement in response to the prime minister’s speech, recognizing “the fundamental right of people to live free from fear and discrimination and to be treated equally under the law”. said that

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Full Version: National Day Rally 2022

Photo: YouTube Screengrab, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

my fellow singaporeans

good evening

COVID-19 (new coronavirus infectious disease)

We have come a long way in the fight against COVID-19. We are now learning to live with the virus. With each wave of infection, we have managed the impact better. The latest Omicron BA.5 wave is now subsiding.

In many other countries, when a wave hits, cases can skyrocket and suddenly collapse like a roller coaster. In Singapore, our wave not only grows more slowly, but it also tapers off. This suggests that we have been effective in slowing the transmission of the disease.

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