Morning Digest, Jan 11 - The Independent Singapore News

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Here are our top stories you might've missed.

Morning Digest, Jan 11 - The Independent Singapore News

Here are our top stories you might've missed.

Photo: FB screengrab/Christine Lee-Tan, Darren AngSingapore – Cases of abandoned or unreturned supermarket trolleys in Singapore continue to be an issue, with reports noting that it is a problem costing supermarkets about S$150,000 a year.- Advertisement 2-

The Municipal Services Offices (MSO), which functions under the Ministry of National Development, announced that it received 6,559 reports of abandoned trolleys last year.M’sia man carrying gigantic teh-o packet becomes viral TikTok trend, new way to beat the heat

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Alleged 1987 Marxist Conspiracy: Yes, let’s have a Truth Commission - The Independent Singapore NewsSense And Nonsense by Tan Bah Bah

Anchorvale family tells Jamus Lim “finances are an ever-present worry” - The Independent Singapore NewsEven earning more than the minimum salary that qualifies someone for social services assistance does not always help either because it could mean that “you’ll find that there’s no help when someone in your family falls sick, even though you’re still living paycheck to paycheck.”

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845 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore; 327 Omicron infections confirmedSINGAPORE — Singapore reported 845 new Covid-19 cases as of noon on Sunday (Jan 9), including 587 imported infections.

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Abandoned trolley issue costs supermarkets S$150k; netizens suggest to install an alarm or barcode Photo: FB screengrab/Christine Lee-Tan, Darren Ang Singapore – Cases of abandoned or unreturned supermarket trolleys in Singapore continue to be an issue, with reports noting that it is a problem costing supermarkets about S$150,000 a year.Tan Bah Bah - Advertisement - “God is on the side of the big battalions.“Many families are one unexpected mishap away from wiping out their hard-earned savings,” he added.https://str.

- Advertisement 2- The Municipal Services Offices (MSO), which functions under the Ministry of National Development, announced that it received 6,559 reports of abandoned trolleys last year. M’sia man carrying gigantic teh-o packet becomes viral TikTok trend, new way to beat the heat Photo: TikTok screengrab/brokekbatik, haidharwurjanto, caksaktiyy Kuala Lumpur – While the most random things go viral on social media platforms, one in particular – sipping from a gigantic bag of ice teh o – appears to have a specific function, thus becoming a new trend on TikTok. It means: Whoever wins gets to determine the truth. Taking a sip from an ice-cold drink is a guaranteed way to cool down during hot and humid weather. “Some programs—like Workfare—do help soften some of the cliff edge effects (albeit still insufficiently, in my view). However, drink containers made of 80 per cent ice can only last for so long. Would this be the common fate of the so-called 1987 Marxist Conspirators as well as democracy as we generally know it, that is, a system which allows free competition of ideas and policies and free elections to choose a new government every number of years? If you are wondering what I am talking about, I am referring to two interesting comments made by Prof Tommy Koh and Straits Times Associate Editor Chua Mui Hoong. ., and Wisconsin have reported record levels of hospitalised Covid-19 patients recently, according to the Reuters analysis.