Amateur photographer Martin Le-May, from Essex, has recorded the extraordinary image of a weasel riding on the back of a green woodpecker as it flies through the air. The photograph was taken at Hornchurch Country Park in east London on Monday afternoon.
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Appealing for witnesses of Hit & Run: CTE near Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 Exit towards Yishun on Marhc 2nd (Mon) at 9:10pm. My husband on a black Yamaha motorcycle was hit by a white car which later ran away. It was heavy traffic at that time. A white car which on the 2nd lane (on his left), suddenly swinged into his lane and bang into his motorcycle.
I read comments in the social media about Tin Pei Ling, MP for Marine Parade GRC. Most of the comments were critical of her and were rude. I observed her performance in Parliament and in the constituency and got the impression that she tries very hard to be a good MP. She even gave up her full time job to devote all her time to her job as a MP. It is commendable.
One of the group of Indian men convicted of the notorious Delhi gang rape of 2012 has prompted outrage by claiming that his victim was to blame for her brutal sexual assault and murder. In an interview from jail, Mukesh Singh said that women who went out at night had only themselves to blame if they attracted the attention of gangs of male molesters.
Speaking in parliament during the budget debate, MP for Marine Parade GRC Tin Pei Ling explained that Singaporeans should not become overly dependent on the revenues generated from our national reserves. She said that we should not take such money for granted. Her warning comes after Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam explained that they would be adding the investment returns of Temasek Holdings into the Net Investment Returns (NIR) framework so that the government can use the money from Temasek's investments.
Singapore has become a disgusting hell hole of foreigners and filth under the PAP's open-leg policy these few years. These days when you go on the MRT, you just hear birds and ducks sounds coming from all the foreigners. I suspect only 2 out of 10 people you meet on the MRT these days in Shenton Way are local Singaporeans!
By Non-Constituency MP, Gerald Giam [Delivered in Parliament on 3 Mar 2015] Mdm Speaker, The DPM and Finance Minister has laid out the key thrusts for the Government in his Budget statement. My speech will focus on retirement adequacy and the CPF scheme in particular. Th CPF scheme has a long history in Singapore that pre-dates our independence.
Today’s mainstream media wrote an article about how the “A”-level cohort did their best since the curriculum was revised in 2006. Concurrently, Yahoo! Singapore carried Bertha Henson’s blogpost which highlighted some damning statistics which are perhaps already obvious to most: As a percentage, foreigners increase at higher levels of education.