Daily Archives: 2010-03-17

Do we not have room for remorse, repentence and conversion?
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At the end of the day, are we a society which leaves no room for remorse, repentence and conversion? Are we so filled with pride and “face” that we are unable to have a heart as well? Andrew Loh Read More…

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Global trend away from non-discretionary state killings
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“There is a clear global trend away from sentencing people to death without taking their age, vulnerability and other powerful mitigating factors into account.” Saul Lehrfreund, co-founder of the Death Penalty Project

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Don’t stand in the way of evolving social workers
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Sonia Suka argues that social workers need to be allowed to contribute at the macro-level just as much as they should be paid reasonably Read More…

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Re-tune the COE quota
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Chemical Generation contends that controlling the car population need not only be through the failing COE system Read More…

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What is a “procession”?
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“But Mr Bala yesterday argued that the law did not allow any procession of five or more people in any public place to demonstrate support for, or opposition to, the views or activities of any person; to publicise a cause or campaign; or Read More

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Foyce Le Xuan makes police report
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Last updated on March 18th, 2010 at 09:17 am”I don’t believe it is Jack (Neo) who instigated the calls but rather others who want to watch the show go on.” Foyce Le Xuan, on receiving threatening phone calls

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Mah defends HDB policies
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Last updated on March 18th, 2010 at 09:15 amFor those who may have missed the programme, here is National Development minister, Mah Bow Tan, on the Talking Point programme where he defended HDB’s housing policies.

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