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Netizens praise WP MP Pritam Singh’s hands-on approach in handling Aljunied GRC resident’s feedback regarding faulty lift

Aljunied GRC Member of Parliament (MP) and Workers’ Party chief Pritam Singh yesterday evening (22 Aug) shared his experience of handling feedback from a resident in his ward regarding a malfunctioning lift in her housing block. The resident, who was named by Mr Singh as Mrs Goh, was eager to demonstrate the problem and how to supposedly “rectify” the issue, …

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Despite being absurd, there are still members of public agreeing that PM Lee’s high salary is justifiable, even claim he is underpaid

On Wednesday (21 August), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s wife Ho Ching shared an article on her Facebook page titled “Why is the salary of Singapore’s Prime Minister so high?” by Seedly. In the caption accompanying the post, Madam Ho highlighted her view about her husband’s salary and the ‘clean wage system’ in the country. She wrote, “One big difference …

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Singapore’s top universities halt student exchange programmes to Hong Kong; netizens agree with the move

After the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) issued a travel advisory to all Singaporeans to defer any non-essential travel to Hong Kong last week, three major universities in the country have now decided to stop the student exchange programmes with their Hong Kong counterparts. It is said that students at National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and …

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Indian PMET lady thinks there is strong demand for talents in privilege banking in Singapore

An Indian PMET lady submitted a writing to eFinancialCareers.com seeking advice to work in Singapore. eFinancialCareers is a global financial markets career site for investment banking, asset management and securities professionals, operated by DHI Group, a US public listed company that operates a network of global job search and news websites. The Indian lady said she is a “mass-affluent banker” …

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Man claims foreign students are given easier university entrance exams compared to local students – But is it the case?

A man named Joshua Loke posted on the Facebook page of United Singaporean alleging People’s Action Party (PAP) for favouring foreign students by giving them easier exam papers compared to the locals for the University Entrance Examinations (UEE). “So the PAPPIE Daniel Ng told me to look up the sample admission paper used to admit foreigners into our local universities. …

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