Mainstream Media Critique Of Government Survey Has Us Intrigued

Business Times article criticises REACH survey for lacking full data and having leading questions Colour us intrigued, because a publishing company with links to the Government has posted an article critical of a government survey! The REACH survey quizzed people's opinions of the Budget 2015. Unfortunately, like this other REACH survey relating to the...

AHPETC-Slamming Flyers Distributed By PAP Activists Could Be Illegal

Victor Lye goes around with "facts of the matter" flyers about AHPETC Today, we cast the spotlight on Victor Lye Thiam Fatt, PAP's Branch Chairman of Bedok Reservoir-Punggol. Source What he did If you remember, the Workers' Party run Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC) recently came under fire for audit irregularities and charges of conflict...

7 Things Workers’ Party Talked About In Parliament

The more interesting debate topics collated here The 2015 Committee of Supply (COS) debate took place from 5-13 March. The COS debate usually occurs after the Finance Minister outlines the Budget for the year, and lasts for seven or more days. Without having to read through all the speeches on the Workers' Party...

Civil Service Sector To Stop Discrimination Against Non-Degree Holders

Government makes good on not needing a degree in Singapore For as long as anyone can remember, the focus in the workforce has always been about having a degree -- and the civil service sector is one of the biggest offenders. A graduate degree holder automatically receives a higher rank than a...

Singapore Needs To Stop Caning For Vandalism

I agree with caning as punishment - but not for vandalism Two German men were charged with vandalism and sentenced to three months in prison and three strokes of the cane each. Once again, as with the last time a foreign vandal was sentenced to be caned -- Swiss national...

5 Reasons Why The Budget 2015 Is More Conservative Than You Think

Economists dispute claims of left-leaning Budget 2015 In the Parliament debate about the Budget 2015 last week (3 March), MPs Tin Pei Ling, Hri Kumar and NMP Chia Yong Yong raised concerns about the Government's perceived social spending and its sustainability in the long run. In response, articles have appeared on...

What The Workers’ Party Said In Parliament

A brief summary of their Parliamentary speeches Mainstream media does not typically report much on what the Workers' Party politicians say in Parliament. In order to provide a more even coverage of the ongoing debate, MustShareNews has compiled the main points on what they had to say. 1. On the Budget direction Sylvia...

PAP MPs Are Concerned About Leftist Budget 2015

MPs talk about the Budget in Parliament MPs debated in Parliament over the Budget yesterday (3 March) and its direction towards the "left", a term rarely discussed in Singapore politics. Among other things, left-wing politics accept or support social equality. As with any debate, some were in favour of the Budget, and some, well,...

A Definitive Comparison Of Prices Between Singapore, New York, And Seoul

Singapore tops BBC list of world's most expensive cities Is there anything remotely surprising about the fact that Singapore, our beloved homeland, is an expensive city? Source Not really. So maybe we can't be the world's most liveable city, or the best place to retire; but now we can at least tell our...

A Look At The Courses You Can Enter With Your ‘A’ Level Results

JC students waited with bated breath at 2pm today (2 March) for their 'A' Level results ...and the sole statistic given in the press release? 91.4%, or 12,963 out of 14,185 students had at least three H2 passes with a pass in General Paper or Knowledge and Inquiry. This is also the highest pass statistic seen since...

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