Daily SG: 5 Mar 2014

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Singapore, the Most Expensive City in the World

– The Wall Street Journal: The World’s Most Expensive City Now Sits in Southeast Asia
– Money $mart: You Now Have The Right To Complain – Singapore Ranked the World’s Most Expensive City
– Benjamin Chiang: Comment: Singapore may be ‘most expensive city’ — but it’s important we know why
– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: Is Singapore really the most expensive city in the world to live in?
– L.A.M.: L.A.M. on why the Most Expensive City in the World in 2014 is Singapore
– My Singapore News: World’s most expensive city!
– Neurotic Ramblings of a Singaporean Couple: Five things more expensive in Australia than in SG
– The Little Things Yvonne and Janelle Do: Singapore named the world’s most expensive city
– Cheated Singaporean: Incompetence of PAP resulting in rising cost of living
– New Nation: S’poreans saddened super high cost of living finally caught up with ministers’ salaries

Section 377A (What is Section 377A?)

– [FB] Tania De Rozario: “Oppressive Liberals. Oppressive Liberals Everywhere!”
– Barry’s Blog: Stand up for Equality
– Blood Stained Singapore: NUS professor Khairudin Aljunied’s remarks about homosexuality were spot on

Little India Riot

– TOC: You made the problem worse: COI to ground commander
– Bertha Harian: Little India COI: Our Protocol Police
– The Independent, SG: Little India inquiry’s fearless duo

Educate Our Youth

– Guanyinmiao’s Musings: Changing How We Test
– Visakan Veerasamy: 0131 – future of education

We are against capital punishment

– We Believe in 2nd Chances: Certificates of Cooperation: Process needs to be clear

Daily Disclosure

– Singapore Public Law: Hopeful Steps on Harassment
– A Singaporean In Australia: Gutter Society
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Who let the dogs in? And let them become PRs?

Uniquely Singapore

– The Lion Raw: From the rooftop of People’s Park Complex
– Ghetto Singapore: Street Hawkers making a Comeback
– The Long and Winding Road: Last impressions

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