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宏茂桥83岁老好人 收留老病患照顾至终老

(左图)李超群现在的室友行动不便,生活起居基本由他细心照顾。(右图)李超群早上会推着室友下楼,一起去买早餐。

“开放”门户,先后“收留”三老病患,83岁街头老艺人怀有一颗慈悲心,把室友当亲手足,照顾他们到终老。

每天早上起床后,把行动不便的室友扶起身,帮他梳头、换衣服,再推着须以轮椅代步的室友下楼,到附近咖啡店买叉烧包当早餐。中午回家后,开始切鱼片、皮蛋等食材,下厨煲粥给室友吃。

这就是李超群看似平淡却不平凡的日常生活。今年83岁的李超群,住在宏茂桥一带的租赁组屋,而他的现任86岁室友梁先生,是他日以继夜无私照顾的第三名“兄弟”。

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代步车走廊起火 居民救出受困嫲

左图:“救火英雄”许家福勇敢冲上失火楼层灭火,还救出一名受困妇女。右图:停放在走廊上的两辆电动代步车被烧成废铁,焦黑的墙皮脱落一大片,瓷砖也掉落满地。(邬福梁摄)

勿洛乐龄公寓昨午(10月27日)发生火患,八旬阿公外出时,停放在屋外走廊的电动代步车突然冒火燃烧,对面单位的七旬阿嫲因大门手把烫热,受困屋内大喊大哭,幸有好心男居民奋不顾身淋湿自己后去救火,也成功救出受困的阿嫲。

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为完成父亲遗愿 越南女子助逾20名病童来新加坡治疗

(照片:受访者提供)

因为父亲临终前的一句“想要帮助那些情况困苦的病人”,一名嫁到本地的越南女子设立慈善组织,为当地一些患重病的幼童筹款并安排他们来到新加坡接受治疗。目前,她的组织已经协助安排超过20名幼童来本地治病。

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蜜月旅行目睹车祸 中国护士救四人命

周炜(左一)在蜜月途中抢救车祸伤者,被赞“最美新娘”。(照片:互联网)

中国一名新婚的护士与丈夫在蜜月途中目睹一起严重车祸,她奋不顾身抢救伤者,成功帮助四人脱离危险。她的英勇行为令丈夫既钦佩又自豪,猛夸爱妻是“最美新娘”。

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前工程师坐轮椅送温暖 跑全岛当义工

林永庆开斋节随同义工团队派发羊肉汤给380名贫困居民。(取自面簿)

林永庆五年前因工作时发生的一场意外,脑部神经受损,除了影响了行走能力,也造成了脑部功能提早衰退,以及身体虚弱容易发冷。

发生意外后,林永庆被迫放弃事业,如今只能做兼职工,分派传单等,以维持生计。此外,他也是一名义工,坐着轮椅跑遍全岛协助有需要的人。

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Opening their home to young people with nowhere to go

The Thongs (standing) serving a meal to guests, who included residents of their home, volunteers and friends.ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE

Unlike most newly-weds who look forward to the privacy of their own homes, the Thongs went in the opposite direction when they married in 2007. They rented a three-room flat in Toa Payoh and threw open their doors to complete strangers to live with them for free.

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Singaporean grad who ditched his corporate dreams because of a glue-sniffer in Thailand

Mr Daryl Tay.

While volunteering in a village in northern Thailand, undergraduate Daryl Tay came across a boy who was high on glue and roaming the streets. Asked why he chose to sniff glue, the 15-year-old gave an answer that disturbed the Singaporean.

“He told us, ‘If you had just 20 baht (S$0.82), would you use it to buy a bowl of noodles – it should keep you full for a few hours – or would you spend it on a bag of glue that would keep you full for days?’” recalled Mr Tay.

“His reply shocked us to the core.”

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