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Safety protocols must come to the fore at SMRT

I am appalled by the revelations that serious lapses and non-compliance with safety protocols at SMRT date as far back as 2002. The SMRT track incident which claimed two...

Sports Hub to host variety of events over coming months

We refer to the letter “National Stadium should hold other popular events” (March 1), and wish to thank Tom Chan Whye Shiung for his comments and feedback. As Singapore’s...

Help all groups meet challenges of going digital

It is heartening to see the Government’s efforts to introduce a comprehensive digital national identification system that citizens can use for an array of services (“Coming soon...

Make property cooling measures more potent

Since the last round of property cooling measures, in 2013, the market has remained benign at best. Although there is an increase in caveats lodged, the market may be in a...

Do away with ‘template’ responses, please

After reading the report “Public service has lost its heart, MPs say” (March 2), I would like to offer my view that those working on the frontlines of public service — who...

Safety protocols must come to the fore at SMRT

I am appalled by the revelations that serious lapses and non-compliance with safety protocols at SMRT date as far back as 2002. The SMRT track incident which claimed two...

Sports Hub to host variety of events over coming months

We refer to the letter “National Stadium should hold other popular events” (March 1), and wish to thank Tom Chan Whye Shiung for his comments and feedback. As Singapore’s...

Make property cooling measures more potent

Since the last round of property cooling measures, in 2013, the market has remained benign at best. Although there is an increase in caveats lodged, the market may be in a...