Daily Archives: 2018-03-04

    Concrete plans to prevent future floods not set out by Environment and Water Resources Minister
    By Ghui Published on by Ghui 0

    by Ghui A wise man or woman once said: “The only constant in life is change”. This is a saying that should apply across all spectrums of life including that of governance. Issues that affect governance are myriad and varied, ranging from the Read More

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    Academic wants govt to increase defence spending even more
    By Correspondent Published on by Correspondent 0

    Writing for ST yesterday (‘Defence spending: A case of too much or not enough?’, 3 Mar 2018), Dr Graham Ong-Webb from the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies attempts to defend the PAP government’s position of increasing defence spending in Singapore. In fact, Read More

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    Murali says no truth to priority queue for PRs, Members of Public say notice worded in a very misleading way
    By Terry Xu Published on by Terry Xu 0

    A post, headlined “Beware of Indian MP: Priority Queue For Indian SPR @ Bukit Batok SMC” was posted just recently on Sammyboy forum showing an image of a notice that is allegedly shown at the Meet-the-People-Session (MPS) of Bukit Batok SMC. The text Read More

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    Jetstar CEO: Increase in Changi Airport fees will definitely see demand shift in traffic volume hurting Singapore
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

    Changi Airport announced on Wednesday (28 Feb) a steep increase in its airport fees. From July 1 this year, passengers departing out of Changi Airport will fork out a new tax of $10.80 per passenger, while transit/transfer passengers will pay $6 for a round-trip ticket. Meanwhile, the Read More

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    Relentless reserve accumulation practised by PAP govt comes as huge cost to S’poreans
    By Correspondent Published on by Correspondent 0

    Retired banker Chris Kuan, who spoke at forums organized by oppositions on Singapore’s reserves as well as the estimated long-term return of our reserves, made several postings on his Facebook page recently to rebut some of the budget speeches made by PAP MPs. Read More

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