Daily Archives: 2013-03-26

Abortion vs Adoption – People’s Well Being Should Come First
By Terry Xu Published on by Terry Xu 0

Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 04:19 pm AWARE welcomes Minister Chan Chun Sing’s recent statements on abortion, affirming that the decision whether to terminate a pregnancy or bring it to term is a highly personal one, which can only be made Read More

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Telco Premium Rate Service Barring
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By Terry Xu Are you aware that there can be a service charge in your telephone bill referred to as premium rate service (PRS)? A reader wrote in to exclaim her family’s astonishment when they received the charges in their bill. The bill Read More

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High Healthcare Cost – A reason to be concerned
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By Dr Tan Cheng Bock Health care cost really worries Singaporeans and it is going to get worse. The Ministry of Health (MOH) wants to bring down health care cost but can Health care cost really come down? My personal take is a Read More

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Singaporeans Happiest in Asia?
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By Jen I have seen a lot of bullshit surveys but the recent one claiming Singaporeans are the Happiest in Asia takes the cake for being the one with the biggest BS and a methodology that is laughable. Eden Strategy Institute (ESI) made a flawed Read More

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Help for those no longer on HOPE?
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Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 06:38 pmBy Leong Sze Hian I refer to the ComCare and Social Support Division, Ministry of Social and Family Development’s reply “Help for those no longer on Hope” (Straits Times Forum, Mar 23) to Dr John Hui Keem Peng’s letter Read More

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