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Daily SG: 23 Apr 2013



Credit: Evacomics


“People can board the train, it is whether they choose to” – former SMRT CEO

– Lew Yan Liang 刘彦良: Reader Disagrees with me on “Free MRT rides may not work as expected”
– Prata Politics: Free SMRT Rides? Good Heart, Shitty Idea

National Conversation #oursgconv

– MummyMoo: The ‘Elitist Mentality’
– The Expository: The End of Meritocracy: Why the Singaporean System is in Danger
– Mums@Work Singapore: Featured Flexiwork Mum: The Mother with the scissors (and the part-time job)
– Money Smart: Why Singaporeans Aren’t Having Children (The Financial Reasons)
– Jentrified Citizen: Who says our kids can’t learn dialects and multi-languages at the same time?
– $1Million Personal Financial Diary: Better To Be An Academically Uninclined Female In Singapore?

The White Paper & the ‘Singaporean Core’

– Unbranded Bread n Butter: Gilbert Goh: The Riddle That Remains Unanswered

Housing

– Property Soul: Hidden dangers in mixed development and mature estate

Strangers in a Strange Land

– Breakfast Network: Will changing EP limits be enough?

Defending Our Lion City

– Senang Diri: Reactions to Coroner’s Inquiry into the death of Private Lee Rui Feng Dominique Sarron

Truth, Justice, and the Singapore Way

– TRE: Blogger files High Court application challenging statutory board’s legitimacy to sue for defamation

Church Leaders Get Rich or Die Tryin

– Breakfast Network: A coming storm
– New Nation: Some LOL comments made by City Harvest Church members

Section 377A (What is Section 377A?)

– incy wincy spider: What is Section 377A?
– I on Singapore: The Straits Times: Misrepresentations and anti-religious bias

Daily Disclosure

– Publichouse: Time to video record statements to police?
– Singapore Recalcitrant: Could this be a monumental gaffe?


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