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Rat-infested land is State land

We refer to the letter “Bukit Batok rat problem started with the dogs” (Dec 19). Jurong Town Council wishes to clarify that the land is State land, managed by the Housing and...

Pakistan has sacrificed greatly in war against terror

I refer to the article “Why students’ deaths might not change Islamabad’s terror policy” (Dec 18), which blames Pakistani intelligence agencies for the creation of the Taliban....

No excuse for lawyers who exploit migrant workers

I refer to the report “Unscrupulous lawyers targeting migrant workers, say NGOs” (Dec 19). In any profession in any industry, trust is a key element. It must be established...

CPF panel should review wage cap

I refer to the report “CPF Minimum Sum could differ, based on needs” (Dec 15).

Keppel Club should brief members on reported fraud

The report “Keppel Club assisting police with probe into ‘phantom’ memberships” (Dec 19) stated that the club’s management has broken its silence about the issue of about 1,000 ...

Bukit Batok rat problem started with the dogs

Bukit Batok rat problem started with the dogs

I refer to the report “Rats infest mound near Bukit Batok MRT Station” (Dec 18). The rats are the result of not solving the dog problem.

Training won’t solve issue of long hours for cabbies

It is good that more resources have been set aside to improve the service and safety standards of cabbies. I have a few concerns, though. (“S$2.5 million fund to help taxi...

A Smart way to help wheelchair users, carers

A Smart way to help wheelchair users, carers

Like most Singaporeans, I am thrilled by the vision the Prime Minister outlined at the launch of the Smart Nation initiative. (“S’pore must exploit IT advantage to stay ahead:...

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