Monthly Archives: July 2012

    Why I prefer the 80s & 90s
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    Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 06:38 pmBy Luke Lu- Before we begin proper, some caveats are in order, lest some amongst you accuse this article of not being an objective piece again and then set out to declare that you “disagree Read More

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    Proceeds of Chee Soon Juan's books to pay Lee's and Goh’s damages
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    PRESS RELEASE SDP Secretary-General Chee Soon Juan will use the proceeds from the sales of his latest book, Democratically Speaking, to try to pay off the damages that he has been ordered to pay former prime ministers, Lee Kuan Yew and Goh Chok Read More

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    AWARE: Improving fertility requires re-examining all policies that affect quality of life in Singapore
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    Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:12 pmPRESS RELEASE In response to the National Population and Talent Division (NPTD)’s invitation for public feedback on improving Singapore’s birth rate, AWARE has submitted our recommendations for population-related policies that pertain to Singapore’s Total Fertility Read More

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    NSP Statement on Nparks’ Brompton Bicycle Purchase (28 July 2012)
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    The National Solidarity Party finds the controversial purchase of the 26 Brompton bicycles by NParks disturbing on two counts. Firstly, that public funds was used to purchase bicycles at prices that the average person finds exorbitant. Secondly, that the Minister for National Development Read More

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    PP v. Tey Tsun Hang: AGC denies link to Professor’s politically charged academic publications
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    ~ by Atticus ~ The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has denied any link between the politically charged academic publications of NUS Law Faculty’s Associate Professor Tey Tsun Hang and the prosecution against him for corruption for allegedly sleeping with law student Darinne Ko in return Read More

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    50 Good Candidates
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    ~ by Jack Sim ~9 Singaporeans have been appointed Nominated Members of Parliament (NMPs) by the government this year, and it turns out that the successful applicants are rather good quality representing a very balanced coverage of the different facets of society. They are Read More

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    PP v. Tey Tsun Hang: AGC denies link to Professor’s politically charged academic publications
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    Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 10:41 pmBy: Atticus The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has denied any link between the politically charged academic publications of NUS Law Faculty’s Associate Professor Tey Tsun Hang and the prosecution against him for corruption for allegedly sleeping Read More

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    M Ravi's Press Conference and filing letter of complaint to Law Society of Singapore
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    ~ by Cheong Yaoming ~ Following his legal action against the Law Society of Singapore (LSS) and Wong Siew Hong, M Ravi  held a press conference earlier this morning to detail the complaints, which would then be addressed to the LSS Disciplinary Committee for Read More

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    Immigration – A Different Approach
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    By Ghui – I think it is fair to say that most Singaporeans genuinely want Singapore to prosper and for Singaporeans to have a better life. Similarly, I believe that this is also what the government wants. This is especially so if the Read More

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    A revised Team Singapore, a positive new beginning
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    ~ By Howard Lee ~It is barely days to the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and as the eyes of the world look towards the greatest show on Earth, there will invariably be those who will ask the inevitable: How many medals will our Read More

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