Daily Archives: 2016-04-27

Straight fight in Bukit Batok for PAP’s Murali Pillai and SDP’s Chee Soon Juan
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Last updated on September 16th, 2016 at 10:32 pmPeople’s Action Party (PAP)’s Murali Pillai, 48 and Singapore Democratic Party (SDP)’s Chee Soon Juan, 53 will contest in a straight fight in the Bukit Batok SMC by-election. They were the only two who filed Read More

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Subscribers only – Speaking with Malayan Communist and Singapore exile, Tan Hee Kim
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(Apologies that the film has yet to be subtitled, language in Chinese) The Online Citizen travelled down to Hat Yai, Thailand and spoke with Mr Tan Hee Kim, who is a former member of the People’s Action Party and Barisan Sosialis. He turned Read More

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Subscribers only – Discussion on media coverage of the General Election 2015
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A forum, “The Media and Elections” conducted by The Online Citizen for the post General Election 2015 discussion. The discussion covers how media outlets covered the General Election 2015 and how Mainstream Media and the government behave in light of alternative media. Panelists Read More

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Apple plunges after revenue declines, Saudi Arabia plans to end reliance on oil
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By Margaret Yang, CMC Markets Commodities – Crude oil prices rebounded on Tuesday. WTI oil futures closed 3.3% higher to $44.04, a five-month high. Traders are keeping an eye on the DoE weekly crude oil inventories tonight to find clues to changes in Read More

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ERP rates revised for gantries along AYE and BKE
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The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has said that it completed its quarterly review of traffic conditions on Electronic Road Pricing (ERP)-priced roads and expressways, and will be revising the ERP rates at the three gantries after Jurong Town Hall towards the city and Read More

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The logic fallacy: Sangeetha lies, so her agenda must be too
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By Gangasudhan Many are confused as to my position on Sangeetha Thanapal, the outspoken Unconscious Privilege activist in Singapore who advocates against Chinese Privilege which refers to the unearned position of privilege where those who are not fortunate enough to be of the Read More

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Reflections of a MP in Aljunied GRC on the Neighbourhood Renewal Programme and Bukit Batok By-election
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Last updated on September 16th, 2016 at 10:34 pmWhile everyone is talking about the plans put forth by People’s Action Party candidate, Mr Murali Pillai for the Bukit Batok SMC by-election and how he seems to be threatening the voters of Bukit Batok Read More

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Threatened by a thug: “You just watch out, the police will come after you!”
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By Kokila Annamalai I’ve just finished my cup of barley and kaya toast. I call him thrice in a row. He picks up the last time. “Hello, have you arrived?” “Yes, I just reached Terminal 2.” “Which counter are you at?” “Counter 12.” Read More

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AWARE welcomes a new Board for 2016-2018
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On 22 April, AWARE saw one of its most keenly contested board elections since it was formed 31 years ago. Thirteen women vied for the nine Board positions at the annual general meeting. That there was so much interest in serving on the Read More

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