Monthly Archives: September 2008

Stand up, Singaporeans!
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Cast off the slumber into which you have been led into for the last 10 years. Wake up to your rights as a human being, to your proper role as citizens of this country. JB Jeyaretnam, July 2008

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A video tribute to JBJ
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Mr JBJ Jeyaretnam passed away from heart failure on Sept 30. He was 82. Here is one of his last public speeches in 2007. Read More…

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A true son of Singapore
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JBJ passes away. Read More…

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Biggest hike in 8 years but “we’re better off”
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In a market where oil prices are relentlessly moving up, by pegging to three-month forward fuel price, we have been better off by and large. Energy Market Authority (EMA) chief executive Khoo Chin Hean, on biggest hike in electricity tariffs in 8 years

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Wall Street suffers biggest ever one-day fall – Dow Jones crash 778 points
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Market plunge 778 points after US House rejects bail-out plans. Read More…

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US Presidential Debate
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US Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain face off in the first presidential debate in Mississippi on September 26. Read More…

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Population and national investments – missing numbers
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Leong Sze Hian questions discrepancies in reports. Read More…

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That’s life
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But that’s life – if you want to have a good rewards, you’ve got to take risks. Otherwise, leave your money in your CPF. Goh Chok Tong, on investors of minibonds and high notes

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It’s not just about Chee, but media lunacy
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NTU’s censorship of any reports on Chee Soon Juan’s visit shows an utter lack of common sense on the bureaucracy’s part. But what is the cost of such actions?

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A message from AIG (New York office)
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AIG reiterate “strong commitment” to policyholders. Read More…

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