Honouring our Merdeka Generation

500 Merdeka Generation Nee Soon residents received their Merdeka Generation Package during an appreciation dinner at Chong Pang Community Club on Sunday (June 2). Nee Soon GRC MPs Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Social and Family Development and Education Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah, Mr. Kwek Hian Chuan Henry and Mr. Louis Ng were there to give out the welcome folders. The MPs aim to personally give out the welcome folders,....

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Toughen penalties for crimes like voyeurism

Er Dr Lee Bee Wah: To ask the Minister for Home Affairs in light of the police report made by an NUS student against a person who took a video recording of her in the bathroom: (a) how does the police assess whether a person should be given a conditional warning; (b) what percentage of suspects given a conditional warning in similar cases have been rehabilitated; (c) what percentage of suspects went on to reoffend; and (d) whether there is any review of this practice after this case has been discussed widely.....

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Nee Soon’s Cancer Support Movement and Cancer Resource Centres

Nee Soon GRC launched “Never Alone”, Singapore’s first constituency-based cancer support and awareness movement on 27 Jan. In this movement, residents who have survived cancer will befriend and encourage neighbours going through the same journey. This is believed to be the first cancer support and awareness movement in Singapore launched by a GRC ’s community and grassroots, with support from partners. The movement includes 55 “Health Kakis” who are cancer survivors and residents of our GRC.....

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A HealthPolis in Nee Soon South

The new Goodlife!@Yishun centre has officially opened. It is run by Montfort Care and supported by the Nee Soon South community. Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam, Adviser to Nee Soon GRC GROs graced the opening ceremony with host Adviser, Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah. Goodlife!@Yishun will be the first centre in Singapore to offer multi-sensory care to seniors and their caregivers, including hand massages and aromatherapy to ease their stress. The centre will also offer respite for caregivers and support a network of volunteers who encourage active ageing.....

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