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The Temasek Review
Job statistics: No breakdown into Singaporeans & PRs? « Letters « TR EMERITUS(Straits Times, Oct 11). It states that “He said more than eight in 10 of the
The Temasek Review / Posted 7 days ago
(Straits Times, Oct 11). It states that “He said more than eight in 10 of the PMET positions in the industry are filled by Singaporeans and PRs. For instance, 92 per cent of DBS Group’s Singapore workforce are Singaporeans and PRs. The figure has... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
An unorthodox life: Singapore fighter Amir Khan on living the professional MMA dreamin Singapore. “I finished national service in May.. and from now on, I will be
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
in Singapore. “I finished national service in May.. and from now on, I will be just 100 per cent focused on MMA training.” SINGAPOREANS CAN SUCCEED AS PRO SPORTSMEN Aware of the culture in Singapore that tends to favour having a stable job over... Read more
10d
Channel NewsAsia
He's 35 and homeless: Eight years of destitute livingthose who are homeless, Ben is a loner by nature. Unlike others, he has agreed
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 days ago
those who are homeless, Ben is a loner by nature. Unlike others, he has agreed to share his story with us because he thinks Singaporeans should know what it really is to be destitute, and how some of their prejudices and stereotypes are... Read more
18d
The Temasek Review
Dr Chee: Tharman should not lecture us about character and integrity « Opinion « TR EMERITUSBukit Batok, picks up the headline and says: “[Chee says he] is proud of his re
The Temasek Review / Posted 18 days ago
Bukit Batok, picks up the headline and says: “[Chee says he] is proud of his record, he is proud of his crazy history…” The stable of SPH newspapers ran with the story, of course. So no, the problem of fake news did not start in America. That Mr... Read more
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19d
Channel NewsAsia
Need to join a queue? This local on-demand service will do it for youwhich he described as “rare” and “interesting” until he enlists for his nationa
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 19 days ago
which he described as “rare” and “interesting” until he enlists for his national service next year. BOOKINGS “SLOW AND STABLE”: IQUEUE Mr Syahir is one of the 20 part-timers at iQueue, which provides on-demand queuing services. Founded in May,... Read more
21d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Fewer babies born in Singapore last year despite incentivesannounced on Wednesday, despite generous government incentives to boost fertili
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 21 days ago
announced on Wednesday, despite generous government incentives to boost fertility in the city-state. A total of 33,167 Singaporeans were born in 2016, compared to 33,725 in the previous year, the Singapore Department of Statistics said.... Read more
21d
Reuters
Fewer babies born in Singapore last year despite incentivesannounced on Wednesday, despite generous government incentives to boost fertili
Reuters / Posted 21 days ago
announced on Wednesday, despite generous government incentives to boost fertility in the city-state. A total of 33,167 Singaporeans were born in 2016, compared to 33,725 in the previous year, the Singapore Department of Statistics said.... Read more
21d
Channel NewsAsia
Singapore's population size remains stable at 5.61m, with fewer non-residentsSINGAPORE: There was little change in Singapore’s population size from 2016 to
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 21 days ago
SINGAPORE: There was little change in Singapore’s population size from 2016 to 2017. The total population size remained stable at 5.61 million as of June this year compared to 5.6 million the previous year. This is because of a fall in the... Read more
22d
Channel NewsAsia
Singaporean in IS video has been fighting on frontlines in Iraq and Syrianame. Between 1997 and 2009, he was in and out of jail and was also on drug sup
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
name. Between 1997 and 2009, he was in and out of jail and was also on drug supervision regimes. He did not hold down any stable work and took up odd jobs. He did not show any obvious signs of being religiously inclined. Nor did he show any... Read more
25d
Channel NewsAsia
On the Record: Janice Koh, former NMP and actressfront. I think that we have evolved in terms of providing resources and funding
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
front. I think that we have evolved in terms of providing resources and funding for the arts and it continues to be fairly stable and hopefully growing, but in terms of freedom of expression, I feel that that has not moved forward very much at all... Read more
27d
Channel NewsAsia
Singapore-China ties are ‘more than stable’: PM Lee Hsien LoongSingapore and China, which faced hiccups last year, are in a good state. “I th
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 days ago
Singapore and China, which faced hiccups last year, are in a good state. “I think bilateral relations are more than stable, they are in a good state. We had some issues to deal with last year, but this year there have been many exchanges,”... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Singaporeans protest against uncontested presidential election The election of Halimah Yacob as the country’s first woman president had led
Eye Witness News / Posted 1 months ago
The election of Halimah Yacob as the country’s first woman president had led to some dismay over how other some candidates were rejected. Singapore’s new President Halimah Yacob (R)... Read more
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EuroNews
Singaporeans protest against uncontested presidential election By Fathin Ungku SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Hundreds of Singaporeans, most dressed
EuroNews / Posted 1 months ago
By Fathin Ungku SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Hundreds of Singaporeans, most dressed in black, held a silent protest on Saturday against an uncontested presidential election this week in which... Read more
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Reuters
Singaporeans protest against uncontested presidential electionSINGAPORE (Reuters) - Hundreds of Singaporeans, most dressed in black, held a s
Reuters / Posted 1 months ago
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Hundreds of Singaporeans, most dressed in black, held a silent protest on Saturday against an uncontested presidential election this week in which applications from four candidates were rejected. Political protests are rare in... Read more
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