Daily SG: 29 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 29 May 2013
• Sometimes saying “goodbye” actually could be a good thing.
• MDA should give $50,000 a year to good, responsible news sites
• MDA’s new licensing framework may be misused for political reasons
• What the mainstream media is not telling you about the French opposition to same-sex marriage
• Politicising Primary Education in Singapore

Daily SG: 28 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 28 May 2013
• Praise – not politicise – Cannes prize
• Permanent Residents’ Windfall – At What Cost?
• NEA, Stall-Holders vs AHPETC — Cleaning High Areas at Food Centres
• New Lions Coach Bernd Stange: A Most Underwhelming Choice
• Questions remain on the curious case of Shane Todd

Daily SG: 27 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 27 May 2013
• Intern abuse: Was exposure the only recourse?
• Interns Beware!
• I Don’t Understand the Crossover Project!
• The public service cannot up its game without changing its fundamental mindset
• What does conflict of interest really mean?

Daily SG: 24 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 24 May 2013
• Todds: When grief overwhelmed
• Filipinos to celebrate their Independence Day at Hong Lim Park?
• Singapore’s Political Style: Take the Steam out of Protests
• The Adventures of DumDum: The Mystery of The Missing Cookies
• Seeing is believing

Daily SG: 23 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 23 May 2013
• More democracy for Singapore?
• Civil Servants Should Be Politically Neutral
• Separation of powers and roles lead to better governance
• Vintage Mahathr but don’t be deceived
• Satellite ERP, Another Myopic Non-Solution

Daily SG: 22 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 22 May 2013
• On Streaming In Primary Schools
• Todds Sabo-ed by their Own Expert Dr Adelstein
• The AIM of serving the public’s interests
• Hard to work for your money
• Poverty as Taboo in Singapore

Daily SG: 21 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 21 May 2013
• Righteousness and Justice for Whom
• Government’s silence on ethnic group’s involvement in politics
• The world’s eye on Shane Todd
• Are grassroots leaders really ‘voice of silent majority’?
• Tan Chuan Jin acted against discrimination in job opportunities

Daily SG: 20 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 20 May 2013
• 23-28 May: Traditional Wayang at Pulau Ubin with free boat ride
• Taking the Men in Suits and Wigs to court
• [Old Post] PAP Town Councils – What A Fiasco
• When there are so many ministers talking down a diploma or degree
• How many more chances do the law-breaking M’sian FTs want?
• The Kindness of Singaporeans

Daily SG: 17 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 17 May 2013
• Which is blacker: Pot or kettle?
• The fallout from AIM – in the people’s interest?
• Why has Singapore failed to prepare its citizens adequately for the knowledge economy?
• Todds the ugliest of Americans in SG and FT…
• Limited Term Ownership – COEs and Leaseholds
• Reminiscing Gelang Patah: Polling Day 2013

Daily SG: 16 May 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 16 May 2013
• Todds, even yr beloved, trusted FBI contradicts you
• Relating Bread Dough and Government Policy
• Who’s Politicizing the Governance of Constituencies?
• Town council software review and minister in parliament provide no answer
• 10 things I love about being a Singaporean PR
• Dear Singa, My Father Was The Most Courteous Principal. No, He Did Not Quit.