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Public housing not a certainty for Bayshore

We refer to the reports “URA seeking new ideas for Bayshore precinct makeover” (Jan 19) and “Residents, businesses welcome plans to add buzz to Bayshore” (Jan 20) in TODAY.

Retirement age should be scrapped

I refer to the report “Is there a need for retirement age in Singapore? Experts divided” (Jan 11).

Proxy can help activate PAssion Silver Concession Card

We thank Mr Tan Kok Tim for his feedback (“Allow family members to activate Silver Card of those with disabilities”, Jan 18).

Establish a pedestrian’s code of ethics

Cyclists and personal mobility device users will soon be regulated by laws on the proper usage of roads and paths. I believe that pedestrians should not be spared (“Jail, fines...

Unwise to depend on climbing stairs for exercise

The exhortation, in “Stand aside: Walking up and down escalators benefits health, brain age” (Jan 12), to climb escalators as a form of exercise should be taken with caution, as...

Cause for optimism about China’s economy

I do not share the pessimism over China’s economic outlook, in the commentary (“More economic uncertainty hanging over China”; Jan 3).

Proxy can help activate PAssion Silver Concession Card

We thank Mr Tan Kok Tim for his feedback (“Allow family members to activate Silver Card of those with disabilities”, Jan 18).

Retirement age should be scrapped

I refer to the report “Is there a need for retirement age in Singapore? Experts divided” (Jan 11).

Public housing not a certainty for Bayshore

We refer to the reports “URA seeking new ideas for Bayshore precinct makeover” (Jan 19) and “Residents, businesses welcome plans to add buzz to Bayshore” (Jan 20) in TODAY.

Establish a pedestrian’s code of ethics

Cyclists and personal mobility device users will soon be regulated by laws on the proper usage of roads and paths. I believe that pedestrians should not be spared (“Jail, fines...

Unwise to depend on climbing stairs for exercise

The exhortation, in “Stand aside: Walking up and down escalators benefits health, brain age” (Jan 12), to climb escalators as a form of exercise should be taken with caution, as...

Reflections of a parent on son’s O-Level feat

When the O-Level results were released last week, our son was unusually silent upon returning home before he revealed the truth about his performance (“Record 84.3% pass 5 or...

Cause for optimism about China’s economy

I do not share the pessimism over China’s economic outlook, in the commentary (“More economic uncertainty hanging over China”; Jan 3).