We thank Ms Liu I-Chun and Mr Nicholas Wang for their letters, “Price ceilings risk destroying Singapore’s hawker heritage” and “Know how hawkers work before evaluating tenders”...
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I refer to the report “LTA panel to look into rules on use of footpaths, cycling paths” (July 31). This is a pressing safety issue.
I refer to the report “LTA panel to look into rules on use of footpaths, cycling paths” (July 31) and applaud the effort to look into these rules.
It is disturbing that the writer of “Unequal benefits for single unwed mums a matter of deterrence” (Aug 3) appears to equate children born out of wedlock with criminal offences...
I disagree with the argument that benefits for single parents are an incentive for people to have children out of wedlock (“Unequal benefits for single unwed mums a matter of...
I disagree with the writer of “Unequal benefits for single unwed mums a matter of deterrence” (Aug 3).
The writer of the letter, “Religious values behind principles of secular democracy” (July 29, online), while worth commending for the salient point that religious views deserve...
I agree with the writer of “Unwed mums did make choices that led to their situation” (Aug 1), and I wish to add a point.
While I share the writer’s sentiments in “Closer look at productivity vital” (July 25) that productivity is vital, I doubt it can be defined entirely as input versus output.
I refer to the letter “Benefits review a lifeline for single unwed mothers, who need more help” (July 31).