Daily SG: 29 Oct 2015



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Don’t Call Us “Strawberries”

– Jeraldine Phneah: Recently, my company did something very progressive
– crazyrandomchatter: Beware the rise of the durian generation
– Five Stars and a Moon: HR replies a Singaporean’s complaints abt Job Hunting

Belabouring Labour Issues

– The Middle Ground: Is Singapore’s tripartism a well-played game?
– SG Hard Truth: One Thing Singaporeans Don’t Know We Are Famous For

The Haze Is Back Again

– New Nation: Indonesia temporarily forgives S’poreans’ petulance, provides clean air, agreeable 27°C weather on Wednesday

Transport Woes

– My Singapore News: What is the problem with SMRT?

Daily Disclosure

– OffbeatPolitics: [Investigative Journalism] “Parkour” Saga: How credible are our local news sites?
– Another dot in the blogosphere?: Same old, same oil

Hep C Outbreak

– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: MoH: PM needs a minister who can communicate
– Singapore Recalcitrant: Can we have the truth?
– Likedatosocanmeh: Hepatitis C outbreak – why is the government afraid of convening a COI?

A Vote for Change

– Blogging For Myself: Poland’s elections: Huge lessons for us
– Masked Crusader: Meritocracy in Singapore—It Just Doesn’t Look Good
– WP: Set Up Committee to Address Persistent Perceptions of Racial Discrimination

Uniquely Singapore

– The Smart Local: KTM Shuttle Guide: Singapore To JB On An Old-School Train In Just 5 Minutes
– Memento: Frontier of Change: Boon Keng


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