Daily Archives: September 16, 2007

Hong Lim Park protest – revisited
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The international media was not there, neither were there scores of policemen and policewomen or helicopters circling above. There was no big crowd and the only photographers clicking away were a handful – from the local press and some members of the public. Read More

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TOC Breaking News: Police allow SDP march to Parliament
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The police have allowed a protest march by Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) activists to take place without incident. At 3.10 pm this afternoon, a group of six SDP activists turned up at Singapore’s Speaker’s Corner at Hong Lim Park to commemorate the first Read More

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Statistics: Uniquely Singapore, F1 or F9?
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By Leong Sze Hian I refer to the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) “Labour Report, Second Quarter, 2007: The strong labour market performance last year has continued into the first half of this year”, dated 14 September, 2007 (pdf file) It states that: “Unemployment Read More

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Highlights of questions to be asked in Parliament by MPs
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Below are highlights of some of the questions which MPs will be asking in the September 17th (Monday) sitting of Parliament. Ministerial Statement: Minister for Manpower: CPF Reforms and Other Measures for a Secure Retirement. QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWER On Corporal David Teo Read More

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