Monthly Archives: June 2014

1.6 million Singaporeans to recieve letters on 2014 GST voucher and other Budget 2014 benefits
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Last updated on July 6th, 2014 at 10:53 pm1.6 million Singaporeans will receive letters in the first week of July informing them of their 2014 GST Voucher (GSTV), as well as other Budget 2014 benefits such as the 2014 GSTV Special Payments, the Read More

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The psychology behind that bait
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 10:42 pmBy Apolitical – Satire piece on Straits Times’s report (30th June) The United Nation’s decision to hand Minister Louse Souless – aka Souless Louse – a four month ban for baiting Italian defender Gorgeous Chili Ini Read More

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Demon-cratic : Nutjobs
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 10:50 pmImage from Demon-cratic .  

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After the Dot – a push for political influence, or a better Singapore?
By Howard Lee Published on by Howard Lee 0

Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 10:55 amBy Howard Lee Pink Dot 2014 came and went without much of a hassle, although some have anticipated that there might be those against the LGBT movement who would make their presence felt at Hong Read More

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A*STAR scientists pioneered a molecular connection between obesity and diabetes
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Singapore, 30 June 2014—Scientists from the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB), a research institute under the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), have discovered that  obese individuals lack a protein that is essential for regulating blood glucose levels, causing them Read More

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A Pioneer Salary Package to instill political trust
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By Dr Lai Kok Fung The matter of trust in government has received a lot of attentions lately. I believe we can learn a lot from the pioneers. I will start with my late grandfather. My grandfather came to Malaya as a teenager. He Read More

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Muslim group launches WearWhite campaign against homosexuality
By Andrew Loh Published on by Andrew Loh 0

Even as thousands of LGBT people, friends, family and supporters gathered at Hong Lim Park on Saturday for the annual Pink Dot event, the campaign by some Muslims against homosexuality was launched – in a little less ostentatious manner. The WearWhite movement, a Read More

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The PAP, as viewed through the lens held by a senior citizen
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By Richard Woo From reading the article “Don’t take good govt for granted” – Forum, ST 17 Jun – by Eugene Tan, one could easily conclude that “Eugene” is a person who thinks highly of our govt. For clarification, this article was not written Read More

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26,000 crowd celebrate the freedom to love at Pink Dot 2014
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:11 pmSingapore, 28 June 2014 – The movement supporting the Freedom to Love made a dramatic statement of solidarity tonight, with an astounding 26,000 Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (PRs) – more than ten times the number of the inaugural 2009 event Read More

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What they did not tell you about the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS)
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By Ben Liu / Image credit – Todayonline The Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) results were reported on 26th June. Most of the countries that took part were comparable to that of Singapore. Making headlines were teachers working 48-hour weeks, 10 hours Read More

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