Mr Khaw Boon Wan, the new Transport Minister, has said that Singapore’s MRT lines are no longer new and that more can be done through maintenance and reinvestment in the...
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I refer to the letter “S$5.4m SMRT fine: Money would be better used servicing trains” (Sept 28) and would ask what happens when the money runs out. Would we need to wait for...
The bullying incident at Shuqun Secondary School is indeed cause for concern (“School statements not enough to stop bullying”; Sept 26). This may not have been an isolated case,...
We refer to the letters “Luxury car drive may send wrong message to children” (Sept 29), “Luxury-car drive may do kids more harm than good” and “Books more helpful than luxury...
I have been observing the Certificate of Entitlement trend and am surprised that prices continue to be high despite the increased COE supply.
I think all of us have had enough of the haze after two months of the irritating, unhealthy environment.
We continue to suffer from the scourge of the haze caused by illegal fires in Indonesia. The boom in the lucrative palm-oil industry has led to large-scale use of the...
The writers of “Luxury-car drive may do kids more harm than good” and “Books more helpful than luxury cars” (both Sept 30) are reading too much into the issue.
I refer to the letter, “Hourly PSI readings would allow for better decision-making” (Sept 28). Neither an hourly Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) reading nor a three-hour reading...
I refer to the report “Less privileged children get driven around in luxury cars” (Sept 28).