#214 - SG panel rejects the idea of bicycle registration & social worker lambasts Mediacorp talk show as “immoral”
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The Active Mobility Advisory Panel, tasked by the SG government with reviewing rules for on-road cycling, has concluded that bicycle registration and licensing of cyclists are not recommended. Why was this done in spite of the increasing number of incidents between motorists and cyclists? Also, a social worker has singled out the Mediacorp talk show ‘Hear U Out’ as “immoral” for exposing their guests’ private family disputes. We discuss whether it’s really “immoral” as he claims.
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SG panel rejects the idea of bicycle registration
- No bicycle registration needed; motorists should keep 1.5m distance when passing cyclists: Panel
- Road users welcome 'fair' proposals for cycling rules but some want tougher measures
Social worker lambasts Mediacorp talk show as “immoral”
- S’pore social worker says shows like ‘Hear U Out’ are ‘immoral’ for exposing people’s private matters
- Chantalle Ng was once hospitalised for a week after her father hit her
- Huang Yiliang's heart 'ripped to shreds' by Chantalle Ng's abuse allegations
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