Daily SG: 9 Mar 2017



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Technology Bytes

– Tech In Asia: This Singaporean startup just built a smart pet monitor

Women for Human Rights

– Asian Correspondent: Amnesty names 6 women leading human rights activism in Southeast Asia

Daily Disclosure

– e27: The Vulcan Post religion article was problematic and should not be tolerated
– Run Eat Gossip: Wild Boars of Pasir Ris

Singapore Sports Scene

– The Online Citizen: Success of Joseph Schooling and lack of support to families behind athletes, should spur reconsideration of foreign sports talent scheme

Meet The Parents

– The Online Citizen: Open strollers to be allowed on board public buses starting from 2 April

Bread and Butter

– A Singaporean Stocks Investor: Food inflation in Malaysia and Singapore.
– MothershipSG: Your char kway teow’s future looks bright, as govt unveils new plans to support hawkers
– Singsaver: 12 Ways Singaporean Households Can Save Money on Water Bills

Singapore Food Paradise

– Ordinary Patrons: Sweets for my sweet at Brunetti Tanglin Mall
– Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow: Teppanyaki Hamburg Nihonbashi Keisuke Bettei, Tanjong Pagar: First Hamburg Restaurant in Singapore (With Salad Buffet and Free-Flow of Eggs of All Styles)


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