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Daily Archives: 2010-06-28

Ministry of Education

Dear Minister is the space where we hope to engage the ministries (and ministers) directly.  We will approach the ministries for their views on various issues. We would also like to encourage you, the public, to use this space to engage them. To do so, please email us your queries for the ministers/ministries. Your question should not be more than …

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Ministry of Defence

Dear Minister is the space where we hope to engage the ministries (and ministers) directly.  We will approach the ministries for their views on various issues. We would also like to encourage you, the public, to use this space to engage them. To do so, please email us your queries for the ministers/ministries. Your question should not be more than …

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Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports

Dear Minister is the space where we hope to engage the ministries (and ministers) directly.  We will approach the ministries for their views on various issues. We would also like to encourage you, the public, to use this space to engage them. To do so, please email us your queries for the ministers/ministries. Your question should not be more than …

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TOC Special Feature: Safer transport – what are we waiting for?

Story by Stephanie Chok / Video edited by Natalie Soh / Pictures by Stephanie Chok & Mykel Yee / Additional reporting by Patrick Chng / As a nation, we are wired, advanced and wealthy. So surely Singapore can find a better, safer yet financially feasible alternative to transporting humans on the cargo decks of lorries? Everyday, over 200,000 workers are …

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An open wound

- By Andrew Loh - “Operation Spectrum is an open wound… a little black hole in history,” playwright Alfian Sa’at said in his introductory speech at The Legends Hotel at Fort Canning on Saturday. He was addressing more than 150 people in the audience which had turned up for the launch of the keenly-awaited book by ex-ISA detainee, Ms Teo …

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Death row case: Malaysian Law Minister’s puzzling about-turn

- By Andrew Loh - Malaysian Law Minister, Nazri Aziz, has made a turnaround about meeting Mr Madasamy Ravi, the lawyer for Yong Vui Kong who is on death row in Singapore. On 19 June, Malaysiakini reported that he had asked to meet with Mr Ravi about the case. Yong, who is a Malaysian, faces death by hanging in Singapore …

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