Daily Archives: 2017-07-21

Trailer loaded with heavy vehicle, rams into Balestier Road pedestrian bridge
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A low-bed trailer loaded with a heavy construction vehicle rammed into a pedestrian bridge along Balestier Road on Friday evening at around 9pm. From photos taken by pedestrians near the area, one can see that the bridge has been heavily damaged from the Read More

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Readers shout down ST’s article criticising questions over “Malayness” of would-be Presidential candidates
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In a opinion piece published by the Straits Times on 20 July, “Doubts about presidential hopefuls not being Malay enough are off track”, ST Political Editor Zakir Hussain argues that the very nature of this year’s contest has misdirected energies towards securing the ‘most authentic’ Read More

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Former NUS student takes down post of allegation against NUS, reaches target donation for legal cost
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Jeanne-Marie Ten Leu Jiun who shared a blog post about her claims that the National University of Singapore had wrongfully denied her of her MA degree for over 12 years, has taken down her blog in response to a demand by the university. The amount Read More

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Is Li Shengwu above the Law?
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by Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss A few short hours before the time appointed for a man to meet his violent death, someone who cared about the man wrote a poignant poem, ‘Our Five Stars Dim Tonight’, out of the intensity of the moment. Ever since the Read More

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All quiet on the western front?
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by Teo Soh Lung Several of my friends tell me that they are sick and tired of the Oxley Gate saga. They view it as a private family squabble and are disappointed that it has drawn international attention, bringing much embarrassment to Singapore Read More

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