Monthly Archives: April 2011

Live updates for Tonight’s Rallies – Saturday, 30th April
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The rallies tonight will commence at 7pm. Our volunteers on the ground will bring you the latest updates. 7.00 pm: CST supporter at SPP rally is wearing personalised T-shirt. Words on shirt say PAP’s Stop At 2 policy prevented Singaporeans from being born. Read More

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“Emotional burden”? We should rejoice instead
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:17 pmSteffen Toh / I cringed when I read Minister George Yeo’s words describing how the Workers’ Party is forcing the voters in Aljunied to shoulder the heavy ‘emotional burden’ of ensuring the opposition gets a Read More

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Our Honest Mistake Tee is finally here! (those who ordered please take note)
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Dear readers, For those who have purchased our TOC Honest Mistake T-shirt, we are happy to announce that it is finally here! However, considering that the postal office does not work over the weekends and public holidays, we estimate that the T-shirts will Read More

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Pictures from the rallies on Friday, 29 April
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Workers’ Party Rally – Pictures by Jean Loo   Workers’  Party Rally – Pictures by Aaron Lim   Singapore Democratic Party Rally – Pictures by Kirsten Han   National Solidarity Party Rally – Pictures by Boris Chan   Singapore People’s Party Rally – Read More

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The showdown in Aljunied
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by Ng E-Jay/ photo credit: Aaron Lim Aljunied GRC is shaping up to be the hottest potato of GE 2011. Mr Low Thia Khiang, Secretary-General of the Worker’s Party (WP), has left his Hougang stronghold to join his colleagues Sylvia Lim, Chen Show Read More

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Freak result? What do you fear?
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Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 10:11 amThe following is sent to us by a TOC reader. Tan Hui Min/ photo credit: Aaron Lim at Worker’s Party rally at Serangoon Stadium on 29 April GE is always an exciting time – it Read More

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Walking the road to Aljunied
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:17 pmby Khairulanwar Zaini/ photos by Jean Loo, Aaron Lim and Jing Quan   With their gunsights sharply trained on Aljunied, the Workers’ Party’s charm offensive has begun in earnest. The party returned to Serangoon Stadium, Read More

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Videos – Rally Speeches 29 April 2011
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Here’re the videos from last night’s rallies:                

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I don’t know how to vote, but do you?
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This note was first published on the author’s Facebook page. He has given TOC the permission to republish it. by Clement Chio/ 5 years ago, I was just another typical University student. I can’t say I was extremely interested in politics back then Read More

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Dealing with democracy from young
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Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 10:11 amby Ow Shi Hong/ I address the article titled “Study details of Opposition’s proposed policies, ask for explanations: DPM Wong” in Today, April 11 2011.   What gnawed at and was paramount to me was my Read More

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