Daily Archives: 2014-03-31

FTA Negotiations: A Black Box?
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By Singapore Armchair Critic At the time of writing, Taiwan students have occupied their legislature for 14 days; on Sunday 30 March, hundreds of thousands flocked to the streets of Taipei in support of the Sunflower Movement led by students (see photos here). Read More

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Seeking for a closure, two years after unexplained arrest over an alleged offence
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By Terry Xu Michael is a service technician dealing with alcoholic beverage dispensers. For all his life, he had not been involved in any criminal offences except for minor traffic violations. This took a change when he was arrested out of the blue for Read More

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“We may lose our last remaining natural heritage and rich biodiversity”
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Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 10:54 amBy Yasmeen Banu In January last year, Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced it would construct a new MRT line- the Cross Island MRT Line (CRL). This new line is currently under planning and evaluation, targeted Read More

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LTA silent on plans of Cross Island MRT Line if EIA is shown to be detrimental
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Last updated on February 13th, 2016 at 12:06 pmBy Yasmeen Banu In January 2013, Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced it would construct a new MRT line- the Cross Island MRT Line (CRL). This new line is currently under planning and evaluation, targeted for Read More

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MP shocked – S’porean faculty staff in tertiary institutions are minority
By Andrew Loh Posted on by Andrew Loh 0

In Parliament earlier in March, Member of Parliament for Marine Parade GRC, Seah Kian Peng expressed shock at the number of foreigners who have staffed the faculties in Singapore’s tertiary institutions. He was speaking on the merits of “long-term thinking and planning”, giving Read More

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Searching for stability in turbulent times – Noraini Yunus joins DPP
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By Howard Lee Having left the National Solidarity Party late last year, Ms Noraini Bte Yunus decided to join the Democratic Progressive Party recently. Both push and pull factors were at play in Noraini’s move, a customer service professional in the service industry. Read More

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