Daily SG: 14 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 Dec 2012
• Punggol East – The Touchstone of PAP’s Waning Star
• Who will contest Punggol East SMC?
• Workers’ Party Yaw and PAP’s Palmer – Who is the Better Culprit?
• Wrong for PA to have named woman involved
• The Insider Story of a Online Pimp

Daily SG: 13 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 13 Dec 2012
• Differences between PAP’s and WP’s handling of MP’s extramarital affairs speaks volumes
• Punggol East SMC – Is the Workers’ Party the Only Choice?
• My Choice For Punggol-East: Nicole Seah!
• Respect is not lost for Michael Palmer.
• Shock Resignation of Speaker Michael Palmer – Another By-election in the Offing?

Daily SG: 12 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 12 Dec 2012
• How Fare Reviews Affect Public Transport Operators
• Essential services should never be privatized
• Public Transport Fare Hikes
• Good Game, Philip Pillai

Daily SG: 11 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 11 Dec 2012
• Nationalisation of the transport industry
• Forgetting Your Purpose
• “Singaporean First” and “Equal pay for equal work” cannot co-exist
• Expat Wife = Easiest Job in SG?

Daily SG: 10 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 10 Dec 2012
• Mr Lui Tuck Yew, the money is over here
• The China workers are rightly punished – HK Activists
• “大家小心这个坡人”
• Bub & Me: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum

Daily SG: 7 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 7 Dec 2012
• Furthering the case for nationalizing public transport
• SMRT did not brief FT drivers on labour law?
• The issue of active aging in Singapore
• The China workers are rightly punished
• Boy’s murder sparks death penalty debate in Taiwan

Daily SG: 6 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 6 Dec 2012
• SMRT Station Name Translation.. You’re Doing it WRONG!
• SMRT Strikeforce
• The fallacy of trading away workers’ rights for their economic benefits….

Daily SG: 5 Dec 2012

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 5 Dec 2012
• The THICK line between convenience and exploitation
• Result of over reliance of foreign workers
• Hawker centre patrons harassed & coerced to return trays