Daily Archives: 2017-07-13

Think Centre urges Singapore to halt imminent execution of Prabagaran Srivijayan
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

Think Centre condemns the imminent execution of Prabagaran Srivijayan scheduled for 14th July 2017. Prior to his arrest, Prabagaran was a 24-year-old young migrant worker who crossed the border daily from Johor (Malaysia) to work in Singapore in order to support his family. Read More

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Association for Sungei Road Market issues statement to clarify current status on its relocation
By Terry Xu Posted on by Terry Xu 0

A statement has been issued by the campaign to save Sungei Road Market on behalf of the Association for the Recycling of Second Hand Goods to address the media reports that have been made on the ongoing attempt by the association to relocate Read More

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Has the wage gap in Singapore really been closing
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by ValuePenguin.sg There have been many reports of the narrowing wage gap in Singapore. For instance, Singapore’s Gini coefficient, the most commonly used indicator of income inequality, has reached 0.458 in 2016, its lowest level in a decade (it was -2.6% lower than Read More

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The tale of seven wills
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by Teo Soh Lung The prime minister and his deputy spent two days in parliament attempting to ascertain the intention of Lee Kuan Yew with regard to his house at 38 Oxley Road. The prime minister submitted three statutory declarations to the ministerial Read More

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The rebranding of the Singaporean political dissident, Tan Wah Piow
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by Mariam Mokhtar On Saturday, 1 July, the Monsoon Art Gallery opened its doors for a special art exhibition, called “The Other Side of the Moon.” The link to the video is shown below. It also marked the rebranding of Tan Wah Piow, from Read More

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The Case Against Prabgaran’s Execution; Are we 100% sure that this man is guilty?
By Ariffin Sha Posted on by Ariffin Sha 0

Prabagaran, a 29 year-old Malaysian, is set to be hung at dawn in less than 48 hours. With the exception of Kho Jabing, all executions in Singapore have always been carried out on Friday at dawn, and barring a miracle, Praba will suffer Read More

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