Tag: Yishun

Northpoint City toilet cubicle strewn with food waste, netizens call for consideration towards cleaners

Singapore – A member of the public discovered a bathroom cubicle filled with rubbish beside the toilet warranting a call for some consideration toward cleaners during these tough times. Matin See took to Facebook on Thursday (May 21) to urge others to be more considerate...

Video of man throwing pails and plastic chairs off of HDB flat in Yishun goes viral

A video of a man throwing household items such as plastic chairs and pails off of a flat in Yishun made its way round social media and WhatsApp messenger. The two-minute long video clip showed the shirtless man throwing various items off the fourth floor...

“Nothing to worry,” says Shanmugam during visit to restocked Yishun supermarket

Singapore – The Yishun Central supermarket staff had restocked the shelves following the buying frenzy over the previous few days. Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam, who visited the Sheng Siong outlet on Tuesday (Feb 11), praised the staff for ensuring that the shelves...

Yishun retailer selling 20 masks for S$138, MP visits shop after receiving complaints

Singapore – There have been more complaints about shops profiteering from the sale of surgical face masks amid the spread of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) here. Following reports of earlier cases, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) released an advisory stating that it was looking...

Amidst Wuhan virus outbreak, woman caught smearing blood in Yishun lift

Singapore - A woman has been caught on CCTV smearing bodily fluids on a public area in Yishun. A post by All Singapore Stuff on February 4 (Tuesday) is making rounds on social media and garnering disgust from netizens. "Who the c*bai go and imprint...

MRT system running better than ever, but commuters experience heavy congestion in Yishun station, waterfalls inside Jurong station

Singapore—The good news is that Singapore’s train system is running very well indeed, hitting a benchmark that measures rail reliability from January through September this year. Our MRT’s MKBF, or mean kilometer between failure, reached the one million train-km mark for the first nine...

GrabFood cyclist reportedly pushed off of footpath by pedestrian because of ban

Singapore—There’s been a lot of PMD-related news this week so far, starting from the announcement in Parliament on Monday, November 4, that e-scooters are banned on public footpaths, effective the following day. Since then, there have been people creatively trying to circumvent the ban by...

Ongoing “gang war” in S’pore debunked by police as fake, urges public to verify before sharing false information

Singapore – “If you see a group of Malays, walk the other way,” read a post circulating online about an alleged ongoing gang war in Singapore. Police says the rumours of gang fights are fake and a gang member also posted messages denying the post that are...

Cleaner in Yishun juggles two jobs yet managed to raise 13 children

A 68 year-old man works two jobs as both the neighbourhood block cleaner in Yishun and housekeeper at Khoo Teck Phuat Hospital while raising 13 children. Hi son, 31-year-old Sahri Jumaat, praised his father, Jumaat bin Soori, for being his idol. Sahri shared photos on social...

Couple whose savings were stolen find their curry puffs sold out as people come out to Yishun Park to support them

Singapore—It’s a story that’s turning out to have a happy ending after all. One couple who own a food stall at Yishun Park Hawker Centre lost over S$1,000 when their savings were stolen by marauding youth last year. But now, they’re finding their wares...