Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 26 Sep 2016 #pap #primeminister #leehsienloong #sports
The bottomline is that both organizations appear to have caved in to public pressure to put the blame on SOMEONE. It doesn’t matter who.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 21 Sep 2016 #chc #konghee #sunho #indonesia
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 16 Sep 2016 #labourmarket #haze #donation #f1
• SMRT staff dismissed for fatal track accident.
• Hard Truths on connecting with the 70%
• Conversation: Jiao Wey on CPF
• 6 fiction novels top tech leaders love to read
• Kong Hee allegedly called Sun Ho the next Whitney Houston. Looking at their lyrics, we agree completely.
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Sep 2016 #labourmarket #haze #donation #f1
• The Labour Market Report Explained…in Singlish…
• Haze- Saying something good about Jokowi
• 3 Ways Singaporeans Can Give Back to the Community That Doesn’t Involve Just Donating Money
• 10 Obscure Businesses In Singapore That Show Any Service Exists
• 8 Best Hotel Rooms To Catch The Singapore Grand Prix F1 Race
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 17 Aug 2016 #racism #leebeewah #singaporesports #olympics
• Not Everyone was Pleased by Joseph Schooling’s Olympic Gold
• SMRT gives racist cabbie stern warning
• MP Lee Bee Wah: Li Jiawei’s son is my ‘grandchild’
• Joe Augustin writes non-political note about the cancer that is credit-stealing upper management
• Former S’pore national shooter explains why foreign born athletes deserve our understanding
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 2 Aug 2016 #nus #orientationgames #sexualisation #transportwoes
• SMRT explains why LRT did not stop for three stations, but commuters still have some concerns
• Against the Grain: Extremism, terrorism and what we must do
• NAC Bin Centre costing $470K, mostly on consultation
• NUS Orientation Camps : Freedom Unleashed
• Err so why the silence on Calvin, minister?
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 1 Aug 2016 #nus #orientationgames #sexualisation #transportwoes
• Uncle Redbean: PRCs not FTs
• A Guide to Singaporean Driving
• NUS Running Scared : All Orientation Camps Cancelled
• NUS orientation: We need to talk about consent
• What does Trump, Brexit and NUS Freshman Orientation have in common ?
Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 27 Jul 2016 #nus #orientaiongames #sexualisation #agoreport2016
• SMRT Corporation – A Failed Privatisation
• AGO to G departments: Buck up! You lack proper financial controls and governance
• Social disintegration and the Racial Harmony Day wayang
• Smart students skip NUS orientation camps
• National University of Sex
If SMRT is nationalised, then SBS Transit would likely have to be nationalised too. If that happens, it means that the rail market is no longer contestable. No matter how well or badly the rail system is run, the operator will be the same statutory entity. But if SMRT and SBS Transit remain as private companies, the rail market remains contestable.