As Nepal struggles with the aftermath of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake and aftershocks that hit the capital Kathmandu on Saturday, let us take the time to remember that Singapore...
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Singapore is an ageing population, and some governments would call this a crisis situation.
I read with concern the commentary “Is Malaysia’s 1MDB a tragedy or farce” (April 11). Recent news reports have highlighted issues with Malaysia’s governance standards.
I am rather fortunate to lead a rather comfortable life in Singapore, but statistics have shown that globally, the rich have grown even richer over the years and the poor have...
I refer to the report “Singapore’s first electric taxi ‘now road-ready’” (April 25).
The report “Piracy losing its stigma here” (April 24) again resurrected the issue of whether unauthorised file sharing is tantamount to stealing.
I refer to the letter “Fear of backlash can censor debate” (April 24), which stated: “When individuals collectively demand the removal of support from something they consider...
I refer to the debate over cycling rules in Singapore (“Enforce dismount and push rules on bridges”, April 21; “Stricter rules needed for two-wheelers”, April 22).
We agree with Mr Kwan Jin Yao’s sentiment that it is important for education to prepare our students for their future (“S’pore can embrace risk in education with small changes”,...
Reading news reports about a ship capsizing and sinking in the Mediterranean Sea, killing hundreds, brought to mind the Sewol ferry tragedy in South Korea about a year ago,...