Daily Archives: 2008-10-30

    Stricter standards for operators
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    Passengers at busy stations will not have to wait more than two or three minutes during high peak periods. Channel NewsAsia, on stricter standards for transport operators

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    Town Council explains herb garden removal
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    Garden was “unkempt”, says Town Council. Read More…

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    “Losses not substantial”? Then tell us…
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    Perhaps it is timely for these TCs [town councils] who have invested and lost in the Lehman products to account for the investment in full – how much were purchased, what is the extent of their exposure, and what they potentially have lost. Read More

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    Xtra-insights: Talk the talk or walk the walk?
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    Going beyond being armchair critics. By Rachel Chung. Read More…

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    TOC Exclusive – Agnes Lin: a victim of the ST?
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    Did the Straits Times misrepresent Agnes Lin? By Choo Zheng Xi and Terence Lee. Read More…

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