Daily Archives: 2017-05-08

Dr Tan Cheng Bock announces application to seek Court’s determination on constitutionality of legislation for reserved election

Dr Tan Cheng Bock has officially announced that the High Court has accepted his application to seek the Court’s determination on whether the piece of legislation – that counts President Wee Kim Wee as the first Elected Presidency term for the purposes of calling the upcoming election a reserved election – is consistent with Singapore’s constitution. The former People’s Action Party Member …

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NUS offers alumni to take modules with first year free

NUS Alumni can now enjoy the opportunity to take up to a maximum of two modules over a 3-year period from 1 August 2017 to 30 July 2020. This opportunity to study will be offered for free during the first year, and in the subsequent two years, only a Student Services Fee of $261.85 is to be paid per semester. …

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Singapore Customs alerts new email scams acting as its official demanding for personal information or money

Singapore Customs (SC) has alerted members of the public of new scams from impostors acting as customs officials demanding confidential personal information or money. Singapore Customs stated that the person requests the recipients to do one of the following: Open an email link or file attachment. Transfer a sum of money to accounts belonging to an individual. Provide bank account details. …

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Parliamentary questions for 8 May 2017

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 11 am on Monday, 8 May 2017, for the 46th session of the 13th Parliament. 57 oral questions and 39 written questions have been scheduled to be asked. Six bills to be read the second time and would likely be passed on the same day of reading because the People’s Action Party holds majority …

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