The Housing and Development Board (HDB) should not give out 24-hour licences to coffee shop operators without doing some surveys and considering the residents of flats nearby.
We refer to Mr Daud Wahid’s online letter, “Mozzie problem in Woodlands New Town” (May 9). We received two calls from him on potential mosquito breeding on April 13 and 25.
The statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Home Affairs, reported in “No offence was committed during former Johor chief’s visit, say ministries” (May...
Commercial banks charge customers a penalty of S$30 for post-dated cheques and other cheques with mistakes, to cover administrative costs.
I refer to the report, “Paper qualifications alone not a ticket to success: Heng” (May 18).
Several ministers emphasised recently that academic qualifications might not lead one to success and that there are other paths to achieve it.
I continue to read with dismay the ongoing plans to develop the Cross Island Line, which will cause habitat damage in the Central Catchment Nature Reserve.