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Fine-tune appointment system at polyclinic

I refer to the letter, “Woodlands Polyclinic waiting time could’ve been managed better” (May 9). Tampines Polyclinic just underwent a renovation and, along with it, a revamp of...

HDB should help deal with Trivelis developer

To ensure the objectives and policies of public housing are preserved, the Housing and Development Board (HDB) should intervene directly with the developer of Trivelis, rather...

Smugglers of animals deserve harsher punishments

I am aghast at how smugglers, for the sake of profits, go to great lengths and subject some animals to inhumane conditions to avoid detection by the authorities.

Singapore has always been fundamentally secular

I disagree with the writer’s views in the letter “Don’t let secular fundamentalism be the norm” (May 15). I think Singapore is fundamentally secular.

Continue to promote family, but recognise others

A nation’s progress and maturity is not defined through the removal of laws to satisfy a group’s sexual rights (“Efforts of Pink Dot ambassadors should be lauded, not condemned”...

NUS medical school values integrity, compassion in doctors

We refer to Dr Patrick Kee’s letter “Doctors, society need injection of compassion” (May 11) and Dr Daniel Ng’s letter “Why is NUS medical school slipping in rankings?” (May 9).

Race, religion transcend sexuality

I agree with the writer of “Efforts of Pink Dot ambassadors should be lauded, not condemned” (May 13) that any name-calling and character assassinations are deplorable and...

Errant bosses should pay arrears via Labour Court

Errant bosses should pay arrears via Labour Court

HOME welcomes the news that more employers have been taken to task for salary-related offences (“645 employers taken to task for salary-related offences last year”; May 12,...

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