Daily Archives: 2014-10-27

Property survey: Only 5 percent say they are buying now

By Property Soul With developers rushing to launch or re-launch new and existing projects ahead of the festive season, the Saturday after the Hari Raya Haji public holiday saw twenty-two property advertisements in the Straits Times marketing local property projects. Despite aggressive marketing by developers, the PropertySoul.com Blog Readership Survey revealed that only five percent are saying that they are …

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UWS dolphins and otters kept in poor conditions: Wildlife groups

A report by Wildlife Watcher Singapore in collaboration with the Sea Shepard Conservation Society has indicated that the animal at Underwater World Singapore (UWS) were living in poor conditions, to which UWS has responded that one of the pink dolphin at Dolphin Lagoon was “suffering from a non-transmissable form of skin cancer”. “On 1st July 2014, a member of the public alerted Wildlife Watcher …

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Plea not taken by protesters to public nuisance charges

By Terry Xu Roy Ngerng Yi Ling, 33; Han Hui Hui, 23; and four other Singaporeans were in court this morning to face their charges under the Public Nuisance act (section 290) for their actions at the Hong Lim Park protest on 27th September 2014. Ms Han and the others took part in a CPF protest event at Hong Lim …

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PAP losing power should not be the concern

By Andrew Loh In the past week, much has been discussed about how the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) could lose power. Ho Kwon Ping, former detainee and current chairman of Banyan Tree Holdings, laid out various scenarios at a public forum last week of how this could happen. On Sunday, Straits Times opinion editor, Chua Mui Hoong, picked it …

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