Daily Archives: 2018-06-23

    Does a woman mistakenly recorded as HIV positive by SingHealth doctor have right to compensation?
    By Ghui Published on by Ghui 0

    It is unfortunate that a polyclinic doctor has accidentally ticked that a woman was HIV positive in her medical report when she was not. This mistake has no doubt caused the woman and her family much worry and grief. I am glad that Read More

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    To imply that opposition politicians have a better deal is woefully ignorant
    By Ghui Published on by Ghui 0

    Victor Lye Thiam Fatt (Lye), People’s Action Party (PAP) candidate for Aljunied Group Representation Constituency in the General Election of 2015 (GE2015)stated in a Facebook  post that opposition politicians had a better a deal because while the best opposition losers were given a Read More

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    Is the appointment of Aussie firm to rejuvenate Orchard Road the right choice?
    By Ghui Published on by Ghui 0

    Plans to rejuvenate Singapore’s main shopping strip were recently announced with the appointment of Australian planning and strategy firm Urbis Australia to analyse what can be done to ensure Orchard Road’s ongoing relevance to Singapore’s retail and tourism sector. While I do not Read More

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    No service along BPLRT on Saturday morning due to power failure
    By Martha Soezean Published on by Martha Soezean 0

    A day before the last of Sundays closure (all Sundays from 15 Apr to 24 Jun), the Bukit Panjang LRT (BPLRT) experienced train breakdown due to power fault this morning (23 Jun) . At 5:51am, John Robert Lee shared a post from MRT Read More

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    The position and allowance of a NCMP is nothing to envy about, for the work needed to be done
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

    by Yee Jenn Jong As a former Non-Constituency Member of Parliament, it feels kinda surreal to have a PAP politician ‘envy’ the position and allowance of a NCMP. Perhaps more information is needed about life on the other side in case one thinks Read More

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    What do Singaporeans mean when they say change is coming?
    By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

    by Augustine Low Change is overdue! Change is coming! Change by 2020! There is the accelerated cry of change in the aftermath of the recent political tsunami in Malaysia, reinforced by festering unhappiness and resentment among a section of the population. But we Read More

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    End cheques by 2025 – yet another unnecessary deadline
    By Ghui Published on by Ghui 0

    What is it with the government and the setting of arbitrary timelines? In 1984, there was the deadline of achieving the Swiss standard of living by 1999. Whether this was ever achieved remains debatable and there is now no further mention of this Read More

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    Singapore Airlines to transfer some jets from SilkAir to Scoot
    By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

    Last updated on June 24th, 2018 at 11:16 amSingapore Airlines has announced that it is expecting to transfer some jets from its regional wing SilkAir to low-cost carrier Scoot, allowing it to compete more effectively against low-cost rivals in the region, like the AirAsia Read More

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    PAP Aljunied grassroot advisor apologised for covering Workers’ Party’s event banner with his banner
    By Terry Xu Published on by Terry Xu 0

    Victor Lye Thiam Fatt, People’s Action Party (PAP) Candidate candidate for the Aljunied GRC in the General Election 2015 and grassroots leader for Aljunied GRC, has acknowledged that his volunteers put up a banner to cover up another banner from the Workers’ Party and apologised Read More

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