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Don’t forget those who can’t use MSO app

It is good that the Municipal Services Office (MSO) is launching a mobile app for users to snap a picture of a problem and send it through. (“New MSO app being tested, may be...

Humour on the train is a welcome change

As reported in “SMRT unveils driver behind humorous announcements” (Dec 10, Channel NewsAsia), train captain Tan Ming Hui’s perky announcements are a welcome change to the usual...

Celebrate SG50 with 1961 image of racial unity

Celebrate SG50 with 1961 image of racial unity

As Singapore marches into its 50th year of independence, we should not only cherish the growth our country has achieved, but also the importance of remaining as one united...

Better to use existing pet adoption facilities

I have long supported the adoption of pets, rather than buying them from pet shops, but I was surprised by the report “Animal adoption centre may open at East Coast Park” (Dec 15).

Advance school bus fees act as seat reservation

I refer to the letter “Unfair for bus operators to charge for holiday months” (Dec 13). First, school bus operators have been collecting advance fees for December and January...

CPF Minimum Sum scheme must stay

I refer to the letter, “A middle path does not equal not taking a stand” (Dec 14, online), and in particular, the well-intended suggestion that we should not have the Central...

More clarity on taxi availability standards needed

I refer to the reports “Taxi drivers ‘need more help to meet LTA’s availability standards’”, “Two years on, some taxi operators still missing the mark” and “Stricter taxi...

Warehouse Club promotes unfair advantage

The debut of Warehouse Club seems a step in the wrong direction, as it promotes an unfair advantage. (“FairPrice’s Warehouse Club a way to serve community”; Dec 13) Who can...

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