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    Pioneer subsidies take effect, elderly confused

Pioneer subsidies take effect, elderly confused

  Singaporeans 65-years old and above who visited their healthcare providers on Monday, when the subsidies for pioneer generation members kicked in, were left nonplussed when they found out that

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Let senior citizens renew COE for a small fee: letter writer

  With the Government extending a helping hand to pioneers in the area of healthcare, through the Pioneer Generation Package, at least one senior citizen is calling on the Government

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    Honour in Singapore – Keepers of the “gates”

Honour in Singapore – Keepers of the “gates”

By Ghui and Howard Lee Following on from our write ups on Mr Lim Siong Guan and Mr Jason Wong, both board members of the controversial new non-profit organisation Honour

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Khaw floats ideas to make LBS more flexible

  Khaw floats ideas to make LBS more flexible

  The Government is considering more flexibility for those who choose to monetise a part of the lease of their

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Queuing up with the common folk

  Queuing up with the common folk

Almost 3 months after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong queued up at a hawker centre to buy chicken wings for

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Treasure “extraordinary” state of affairs here: Khaw

  Treasure “extraordinary” state of affairs here: Khaw

  Minister of National Development, Khaw Boon Wan, says Singaporeans should appreciate the inter-racial and inter-religious peace in the city-state.

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Makansutra founder pays heartwarming tribute to cha kway teow hawker

  Makansutra founder pays heartwarming tribute to cha kway teow hawker

  The founder of Makansutra, a company which celebrates and promotes food culture, and food critic, Seetoh KF, has penned

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UN chief expresses concerns over “Buddhist extremism”

  UN chief expresses concerns over “Buddhist extremism”

“In both Myanmar and Sri Lanka, I am concerned that Buddhist communities are being swept up by a rising tide

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Second vandal to support “Anonymous” sentenced to caning

  Second vandal to support “Anonymous” sentenced to caning

  Mohamad Fadzly Aziz, a full-time national serviceman, was sentenced to two months jail and three strokes of the cane

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