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SingPost should go back to basics

Postal services are an essential need. But after Singapore Post (SingPost) was privatised, having been a government entity until then, profit became the sole motive.

Support religious leaders in upholding inclusiveness

I agree that Singaporeans cannot take for granted that our country is safe from Islamophobia (“Islamophobia in S’pore must be eliminated before it takes root”; April 8).

Little India needs more shared spaces, not fences

Little India needs more shared spaces, not fences

Since the Little India riots in December of 2013, there have been efforts by the Government to ease the crowds of predominantly South Asian foreign workers gathering in the area...

More Govt action needed to help tackle climate change

Climate experts have warned that this could be the next hottest year on record after two straight years. (“Planetary warming reaches new level of worrying extremes”; March 19).

Support religious leaders in upholding inclusiveness

I agree that Singaporeans cannot take for granted that our country is safe from Islamophobia (“Islamophobia in S’pore must be eliminated before it takes root”; April 8).

Little India needs more shared spaces, not fences

Little India needs more shared spaces, not fences

Since the Little India riots in December of 2013, there have been efforts by the Government to ease the crowds of predominantly South Asian foreign workers gathering in the area...

More Govt action needed to help tackle climate change

Climate experts have warned that this could be the next hottest year on record after two straight years. (“Planetary warming reaches new level of worrying extremes”; March 19).