- Police: No attempted kidnapping of students from international schools
- Did population density really drop, from the perspective Singaporeans?
- Disclose the statistics for Poly graduates, instead of keep saying “more”, “most”, etc
- Property Buying Guide – Top 4 mistakes to avoid
- Australian company bought by Temasek-owned company, currently have sanctions imposed by World Bank due to bribery offences
- Human Rights Watch: New restrictions in Singapore limit critical voices
- PayNow Pilot for faster, easier disbursement of Edusave monies to ITE and Polytechnic students
- Stop extending the Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act!
- Ministry of Finance paid over 50 influencers to promote Budget 2018
- Police establishes no ill intent by male driver in approach of student at international school
- Minimum sum continues to increase to $181,000 while PMETs are being retrenched
- What happened to the investigation on corruption at Ang Mo Kio town council?
- Service disruption along East West Line on Monday morning with no official announcement from SMRT
- Agencies reacting to Toa Payoh residents' grievances after months of complaints
- Why do we give HDB “citizen top-up” money, to new citizens?
- Where art thou, #masagos?
- Why legislate that when the opposition wins – 100% of the operating fund must be transferred to the sinking fund?
- "Fake news"?: Allegations made by Minister of Law and Home Affairs against TOC over the past years
- Charles Chong's million-dollar surplus claim in General Election 2015
- ST vs Today: Only one tell you Poly full-time jobs is at 52.8%?
Tag Archives: social welfare
Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 11:04 amBy Dr Yuen Chung Kwong Singapore’s official social philosophy has always placed emphasis on self reliance, fearing that that welfare provisions might encourage undesirable patterns of behavior, e.g., unemployment benefit might reduce motivation to work; child Read MoreMore...
Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 11:04 amBy Leong Sze Hian To what extent has our liberal foreign labour and citizenship policies affected Singaporeans’ rights with reference to Article 22 and 25 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights ? Read MoreMore...