Daily SG: 25 Feb 2014

Credit: Mr Brown

Budget 2014

– TOC: Budget 2014: The ground responds
– The Independent, SG: Voters acted, govt listened
– The Asian Parent: Budget 2014: More help with education costs for lower- and middle-income families
– Mothership: What does Budget 2014 mean for young Singaporeans?
– Today: Budget’s benefits and social issues come in one package
– Cheated Singaporean: Inadequacy of healthcare remains unaddressed in Budget 2014
– Musings From the Lion City: So What If They Are Gunning For Votes?
– The Heart Truths: Budget 2014: The Government Still Doesn’t Spend A Single Cent (Part 2)

Singapore’s World Class Public Transport

– Trace the moment: chill your teets
– My Singapore News: Anger mounting with more MRT disruptions
– The Heart Of The Matter: Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT) down again this morning
– Thebardstwocents: Can SMRT Follow Nintendo?
– New Nation: S’poreans apologise to SMRT CEO for causing his trains to frequently break down

Section 377A (What is Section 377A?)

– Sze Zeng: FAQs on Christian approach to public engagement
– Blogging for Myself: Rise of Islam and 377A
– Safe Singapore: Open letter to MOE and MOH/HPB
– MyQute: Why I am In Support Of Having Homosexuality Info Restored At Health Promo Board
– Ben Voda: Religions | Teachings | Humans

Little India Riot

– Anyhow Hantam: Resign, Please Resign Mr Police Commissioner
– Bertha Harian: Little India COI: The violence that night, according to the first responders

PA(P) vs AHPETC: Round 2

– Reflections on Change: AHPETC Needs To Change
– Likedatosocanmeh: PA’s staff costs increased 50 per cent, $74 million in 3 years

Daily Disclosure

– Salt: Why generosity isn’t the same as graciousness
– Loh and Behold: Is this a Raid on an Al-Qaeda Hideout?
– Sgpolitics.net: Greed without compassion: How the PAP government exploits Singaporeans economically

Uniquely Singapore

– The Lion Raw: The Colonial Bungalows of Seletar
– Ghetto Singapore: GD Coleman – Singapore’s First Architect
– The Long and Winding Road: The Gateway into the Lost World

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