Daily SG: 26 Oct 2015



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Defending Our Lion City

– Senang Diri: Urban legends abound on the Singapore Armed Forces’ true fighting capabilities
– theAARONLOY: Get the New No.4 Uniform for Free (Reservist NSmen)

Church Leaders Get Rich or Die Tryin

– City Harvest Church: Trial Verdict: A Statement From The Church Leaders
– Mothership.sg: Here was how Kong Hee said sorry to the City Harvest Church congregation
– Gerashen.com: 9 Reasons Why City Harvest Church Was the Devil To Me
– C3 Church Watch: Ex-C3 member speaks out about leaders behaviour towards CHC trial
– Blogging for Myself: Kong Hee says sorry to con-ready members
– My life with 2 Kings & 3 Prophets: I Am Still Holding On
– New Nation: City Harvest Church goers apologise to Kong Hee for causing him to be found guilty of fraud
– Limpeh Is Foreign Talent: Limpeh’s full Sun Ho/CHC TNP interview
– Transitioning.org: What lessons can we learn from City Harvest Church court trial?

Foreigners in our Midst

– TWC2: Operation and crutches without MC, MOM’s accident reporting system crippled

Transport Woes

– Everything Also Complain: Kampung spirit useful in rail failures
– Singapore in General: No amount of service recovery can ever be satisfactory: Khaw, on train breakdowns

Daily Disclosure

– Money Smart: 5 Deals at 7-11 That Aren’t a Rip-off
– SG Budget Babe: There’s A Better Proposal Gift Than A Diamond Ring
– The Smart Local: Here’s What NTUC Got Wrong About Minimum Wage
– PaSsu Diary: To Mr. Khaw BoonWan, What did you expect?

A Vote for Change

– WP: THE WORKERS’ PARTY CALLS FOR A COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY ON THE HEPATITIS C CLUSTER AT SGH
– Yahoo! News: MOH: We’ll convene Committe of Inquiry – if WP can prove hepatitis C allegations
– WP: Response to Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Press Secretary
– TR Emeritus: The myth of rational middle-ground voters, PAP will win all future elections

Uniquely Singapore

– Remember Singapore: The Heritage Bridges – Singapore River’s Grand Old Dames
– Yahoo! SG: 18 Cheapest Places to Drink Wine in Singapore


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