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6 Reasons why cards are safer than cash
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by Mastercard As we continue to digitize our lives with the latest technology, the perks of plastic are beginning to eclipse that of paper. Although the use of cash may never cease completely, it doesn’t hurt to upgrade to safer, more convenient payment Read More

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MND Minister Lawrence Wong: PM Lee given the deed of gift in his official capacity
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Minister of National Development, Lawrence Wong posted a Facebook post on Friday late afternoon to state that it was normal, and in order, for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to be given the deed in his official capacity. Just this week, Mr Lee Read More

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Ho Ching says Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Weiling posted of what she had done after will was read on 12 April
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Ms Ho Ching, wife of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has replied Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY)’s allegations in a Facebook comment posted on one of LHY’s posts. Addressing LHY affectionately as “Yang”, Ms Ho clarified that she was not in Singapore on Read More

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Blogpost on Lee Kuan Yew exhibition in 2015 causes confusion on loan of documents to NHB
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In a clarification made to Channel News Asia’s queries in regards to a Facebook post by Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY) on Thursday evening , National Heritage Board clarified that items 2 to 5  which were shown in LHY’s list were received on Read More

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Lee Weiling asks whether the cabinet committee to consider govt decision on 38 Oxley Road a secret
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In a Facebook post on Friday afternoon, Dr Lee Weiling brings up the question of whether the cabinet committee that was formed to consider the options of government decision on the property at 38 Oxley Road a secret committee. The committee that is Read More

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Why unemployment is the real killer in the property game
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by Property Soul Last Wednesday Federal Reserve announced a quarter-point rate hike as the industry has expected. This is the second approved raise by the central bank this year. There will still be a third round most likely in September. Why rate hike is not Read More

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“Big Data with a Big Heart” – Tableau Foundation awards NVPC with grant to drive social impact with data
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Change makers around the globe are discovering that data is a powerful ally in their efforts to create a better world. Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA), working through Tableau Foundation, announced on Thursday (22 June) that it has awarded its first grant in Singapore Read More

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DPM Tharman asks public to have confidence in the government
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Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam has chipped into the Lee family saga with a Facebook post on Thursday evening, asking for members of public to have confidence in the Government. He wrote that there is no mystery why a Ministerial committee was set up Read More

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Malay leaders and bodies need to be more proactive in attending to the gullible
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by Ismail Kassim The arrest of two Aetos officers under the Internal Security Act (ISA) underscores the need for Malay leaders and bodies to be more proactive in preventing the gullible ones in their midst from falling into the sectarian religious trap. In Read More

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Why the Lee family saga can be good for Singapore
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by Dr Ong Hean Teik M Med (NUS), FRCP, FACC Many have expressed their view that the Lee family dispute is an embarrassment and bad for Singaporeans. In fact behind every cloud is a silver lining, and there may actually be a beautiful rainbow Read More

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