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Unfair, contradictory treatment of DBSS flats

I read the report “Tying HDB flat prices to market conditions a fair practice: Minister” (Feb 8) and take this opportunity to ask about the double standards in the treatment of...

Reskilling not the only factor in a successful job hunt

I read the letter “Reskilling before finding a new job is risky” (Feb 11) with mixed feelings. While I can empathise with those who are unsuccessful in their job hunt after...

Why are chickens elsewhere in S’pore not culled too?

I refer to the letter “Free-roaming chickens culled for public health reasons, not noise” (Feb 14). So, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority is anticipating bird flu and has...

Wise move by Malaysian PM to play ‘China card’

I refer to the commentary “Playing ‘China card’ in Malaysia a high-risk gamble” (Jan 31). Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s critics are overstating their accusations that...

Spend more on hawker centres to widen their appeal

About 20 hawker centres will be built by 2027, and the Hawker Centre 3.0 Committee made good recommendations for upgrading them. Centralised dishwashing was one of the ideas (“...

Tackle issues relating to green vehicles

I am encouraged by recent government efforts to promote the usage of green vehicles (“Singapore not meeting its air quality targets: Masagos”; Jan 26, online).

Unfair, contradictory treatment of DBSS flats

I read the report “Tying HDB flat prices to market conditions a fair practice: Minister” (Feb 8) and take this opportunity to ask about the double standards in the treatment of...

Why are chickens elsewhere in S’pore not culled too?

I refer to the letter “Free-roaming chickens culled for public health reasons, not noise” (Feb 14). So, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority is anticipating bird flu and has...

Wise move by Malaysian PM to play ‘China card’

I refer to the commentary “Playing ‘China card’ in Malaysia a high-risk gamble” (Jan 31). Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s critics are overstating their accusations that...

Spend more on hawker centres to widen their appeal

About 20 hawker centres will be built by 2027, and the Hawker Centre 3.0 Committee made good recommendations for upgrading them. Centralised dishwashing was one of the ideas (“...

Tackle issues relating to green vehicles

I am encouraged by recent government efforts to promote the usage of green vehicles (“Singapore not meeting its air quality targets: Masagos”; Jan 26, online).

AVA manages free-roaming chickens for public health, safety

AVA manages free-roaming chickens for public health, safety

We thank all Voices writers who shared their views on the management of free-roaming chickens and take this opportunity to clarify the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority position.