Daily Archives: 2010-01-15

PAP MP says he is a man of ‘passion and purpose”
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I just have the passion. And that’s why when people ask me, I always say I am a PAP man, I’m a man with Passion And Purpose. Aljunied GRC MP Yeo Guat Kwang, on why he took up the chairmanship of NTUC’s Migrant Read More

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TOC Poll – Pick your favourite logo!
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Vote for your favourite TOC logo. Poll ends this Sunday, 17 Jan. Read More…

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Double-barrelled but no big impact
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I don’t think it will have a big impact on our GRCs or ethnic integration policies because the majority of the population will still be the major racial groups – the Chinese, the Malays, the Indians. And these are the other racial or Read More

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Violation of foreign workers’ rights – in Singapore and Japan
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Ralph Hosoki & Jolovan Wham exposes the ways these workers are abused & exploited. Read More…

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It is affordable – Mah Bow Tan
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“This is possible due to our generous subsidy system,” insists Minister on prices of HDB flats. Read More…

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HDB’s reply on flats for foreigners – a conflict of interest?
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HDB’s reply reveals more worrying information. Leong Sze Hian. Read More…

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4 more ERP gantries
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The Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced on Thursday that four ERP gantries will go up in Marina Centre, which will be part of an enlarged Central Business District (CBD). Straits Times

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Cooling-off to remember PAP’s success
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What is the real motivation behind cooling-off period during elections? Andy Lim. Read More…

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Malaysia: whose God?
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Religious tensions are rising in Malaysia over the name of Allah. A recent high court ruling, allowing the use of the Arabic word for God, has sparked protests in Mosques and attacks on Christian churches. The issue has highlighted the fate of the Read More

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