Daily Archives: 2011-05-30

Letters to TOC – Dignified pay & national direction needed
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Dignified pay Sophia Tsang There is much discussion regarding ministerial pay. Dr Lim Wee Kiak’s comments have now gone viral. This shows how much the populace of Singapore care about this issue. For a start, not many bought the “pay millions to ensure Read More

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Excuse me, did the Prime Minister just say sorry?
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Sophia Tsang For the longest time, I never understood why members of the ruling party never seemed to ever, EVER say sorry. I mean, I heard complaints about how there was no lift upgrading, about how salaries were so low, low, low but Read More

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TOC Blog Feature: Why S’pore TV is dead
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From the blog, Jelly Farm: Since late 2001, I have been immersed in many gigs in the Singapore TV/media industry. After 9 years busting butt on the ground, I have decided that this may the last year I want to be as involved Read More

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Cleaning up after Mr Mah
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Dawson Koo / 21 May 2011 denotes a significant milestone in Singapore’s history. Mr Mr Mah Bow Tan finally bowed out as the Minister for National Development (MND), after 12 years at the ministry. He will most likely be remembered for allowing prices Read More

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The Dolphin Project makes proposal to RWS over dolphins
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The following is a letter from Mr Richard O’Barry to Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) on the importation of 23 wild dolphins from the Solomon Islands by RWS for entertainment purposes at its Integrated Resort in Singapore. Mr Read More

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Disagreeing without being disagreeable
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:18 pmThe following is a Facebook entry by Ms Joan Fong, the daughter of Mr Hon Sui Sen, Singapore’s Finance Minister from 1970 to 1983. Mr Hon was also the first Chairman and President of the Development Read More

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