Infidelity is a top factor for more marriages breaking down. Has it become easier to be unfaithful? Could compulsory pre-marriage counselling help? The debate continued in the...
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Today marks International Women’s Day and women have lots to celebrate in terms of what we have achieved.
I read Dr Nazry Bahrawi’s commentary on public intellectuals with interest and have some suggestions to complement his. (“Time to scale ivory towers, moral high ground”; March 5)
Having studied at a local university, I have observed that students and even professors faced intimidation and retaliation when they attempted to discuss issues such as...
I refer to the report “NUS professor acknowledges ‘poor judgment’ in posts on sexuality” (March 6).
I agree with Mr Dave Yap about the quality of town council services. (“Higher S&CC must be justified by services provided”; March 5)
As more marriages fail within the first five years because of infidelity, perhaps we should reflect on our attitude towards marriage and our spouses. (“Adultery putting more...
Infidelity can be seen constantly on the big screen and the small screen. But when it happens to us, it hits us hard. (“Adultery putting more families at risk?”; VoicesTODAY)