Daily Archives: April 2, 2010

What constitutes a “procession”?
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A group of five in whatever formation may not create the impression of a group ‘in a compact body marching in close formation’, but can nonetheless be a procession. Justice Choo Han Teck

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Helping S’poreans save on electricity bills?
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Singapore Power made profits of $1.086 billion in FY2007/2008, which is a per annum increase of 15 per cent. Despite this, in the last quarter of 2009, electricity tariffs for household was raised by 12.5 per cent. And now, in April 2010, it is being raised again. Read More…

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Barber’s world
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Duo to longboard 108km around Singapore
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2 NTU students will be longboarding around Singapore to create awareness to the fact that 27 cats are culled every 24 hours in Singapore Read More…

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Reform Party to test support at walkabout
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“We also want to use the walkabout to test support for the Reform Party, which has held walkabouts in (other) areas, such as the Hong Kah and West Coast GRCs.” Reform Party chief Kenneth Jeyaretnam

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