SDP’s right After the PLSE results came out, I tot Mad Dog Chee had a relapse, when the SDP came out against streaming. I mean what could be a no-brainer than streaming? Don’t students learn faster when students of similar ability are taught in a group. Seems that SDP is right: Dividing pupils into classes of different abilities is a popular approach to improving standards, but research suggests that it leaves students a month behind those in mixed groups.
- Dear TRS, PRC couple dry humping in MRT train and did not give up seat to elderly
- Elections: Government is Scared because 1.2 Million People are in Poverty?
- Ex-HDB CEO: S'pore would be Perfect if It Has 10 Million People
- The PAP Does NOT Own the Votes of Uniformed Singaporeans!
- PM Lee: We will Hold the next General Election When the PAP is Prepared
- Singaporeans First Party in AMK GRC, a Master Stroke
- Local Nail Spa Scams Bahrain Couple of $1,259 for Simple Manicure
- Prepare yourselves Singaporeans, General Election is nearer than you think?
- More S'poreans Shopping at Discount Stores and Online as Cost of Living Increases
- Latest Attack on WP: Desmond Lee Questions WP's Leaders' Integrity
The pop icon Elton John will wed his partner of more than 20 years this weekend in England, reports said. The 67-year-old singer and the Canadian-born filmmaker David Furnish will tie the knot on Sunday at their home in Windsor, Berkshire, near London, several news reports said. The Daily Mirror said that some 50 friends and family were expected to attend, including David and Victoria Beckham.
The banks are raising their credit card interest rates to more than 24% per annum and cash advance interest to 28% per annum or more. And the perfect reason to do so: so long never raise, so it is a good justification to raise. No one is questioning whether 24% and 28% are very high interest rates to pay. Of course these rates are still low compared to the loan sharks. Would anyone be saying cheap, cheap, cheap?
Was recently back in Singapore after being based overseas for many years. Chanced upon and subscribed to the EDMW forum when I was abroad and read many rants about the Government’s ‘Foreign Talent’ policies. Felt then that people were complaining for the sake of complaining. Could not reconcile with all the anger and frustration until I landed back in my beloved Singapore.
Lawyers in Singapore have been taking advantage of migrant workers to make money off them, by representing them to claim compensation for workplace injuries, migrant worker groups have highlighted. The workers would commonly highlight that errant lawyers would charge high fees and there are some who would not follow up on their cases. There are even lawyers who have been complained of withholding the worker's compensation even when it has been paid. The issue has become so serious that both HOME and TWC2 have highlighted the issue to the Law Society. However, the Law Society denied having ever heard from them about the issue. It also did not seem to believe that errant lawyers exist within their midst.
Dr Poh Soo Kai’s commentary (“Singapore’s ‘Battle for Merger’ revisited”) in New Mandala on 3 Dec 2014 is a misleading account of Operation Coldstore, Singapore’s merger with Malaya, the Barisan Sosialis Singapura (Barisan) and his own role in that period. Dr Poh and other revisionists like Dr Thum Ping Tjin have alleged that Operation Coldstore was a political exercise meant to suppress what they claim to be legitimate, presumably peaceful, democratic opponents of the PAP government.
Dear TRS, Yesterday I found my mother crying after coming back from work, and she shared this letter with me. I was horrified and outraged that someone could write such a demeaning letter (See attached image). My mother is a senior staff nurse at a local hospital in Singapore who simply loves what she does.