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    TOC Policy Exchange on CPF – rethinking the system

TOC Policy Exchange on CPF – rethinking the system

By Howard Lee The Online Citizen conducted a Policy Exchange discussion on the Central Provident Fund last Saturday, with members of political parties represented and a general agreement that the

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    Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide – Part 2: Possibilities for Singapore

Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide – Part 2: Possibilities for Singapore

Note to readers: This commentary deals with a topic that not everyone will agree with, or even want to talk about. The subject of suicide is a sensitive one to most religions, and

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    MOT concerned about Malaysia’s decision to levy entry fee for foreign vehicles

MOT concerned about Malaysia’s decision to levy entry fee for foreign vehicles

In response to media queries, a Ministry of Transport (MOT) spokesperson said that there is concern whether Malaysia’s decision to levy an entry fee on foreign-registered vehicles is directed towards

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Solar Orchid – floating hawker centres in S’pore

  Solar Orchid – floating hawker centres in S’pore

By Cheryl Teo / Article first published on Fresh Grads. Our hawker centers are a crucial part to Singapore’s heritage,

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Massive leap backwards as Singapore resumes executions

  Massive leap backwards as Singapore resumes executions

Press release of Amnesty International and the Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network. Singapore has taken a reprehensible U-turn by executing the

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Convicts executed despite constitutional challenge in the courts

  Convicts executed despite constitutional challenge in the courts

On Friday, 18 July 2014, the Singapore Government carried out the execution of two convicts at the Changi Prisons Complex. 

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NLB and the erosion of our secular morality

  NLB and the erosion of our secular morality

By Donald Low The National Library Board’s (NLB) decision to remove and pulp the three children’s books deemed to offend

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Inaccurate Straits Times report on Lee-Ngerng case

  Inaccurate Straits Times report on Lee-Ngerng case

  On Thursday, lawyers for both Lee Hsien Loong and blogger Roy Ngerng were in court for a pre-trial conference

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M’sian plane believed shot down in Ukraine

  M’sian plane believed shot down in Ukraine

The United States has “concluded” that Malaysian flight MH17 was shot down over rebel-controlled area of eastern Ukraine on Thursday.

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