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MPs call for more guidance and flexibility on SkillsFuture

They also highlight need to ensure quality of courses and trainers.

MPs back Budget, but warn about spending

Programmes to help middle class must be sustainable, they say.

This still looks like an election Budget to me

When Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam's Budget statement last week did not crescendo in an announcement of cash handouts for every Singaporean, hopes for a 2015 General Election (GE) seemed to...

5 hot issues in the Budget pie: Close watch on record expenditure

With great resources comes great responsibility, say MPs who will turn the spotlight on the Government during the debates.

5 hot issues in the Budget pie: Exceptional now, but how to stay that way?

After a spirited parliamentary debate a decade ago, two integrated resorts - with long-taboo casinos - were given the nod to set up shop on Singapore's shores.

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Mar 4, 2015 02:49 PM

MPs call for more guidance and flexibility on SkillsFuture

They also highlight need to ensure quality of courses and trainers.

Mar 4, 2015 02:45 PM

MPs back Budget, but warn about spending

Programmes to help middle class must be sustainable, they say.

Mar 3, 2015 11:01 AM

NSP gets permit to publish newspaper

The opposition National Solidarity Party (NSP) has been given a permit to publish its newspaper, after a nine-month wrangle over information required for renewing the permit.

Mar 3, 2015 11:00 AM

Parliament 'needs more elected alternative voices'

Ex-NSP leader Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss explains why she chose to apply to join Chiam's SPP

Mar 2, 2015 10:58 PM

5 hot issues in the Budget pie: Close watch on record expenditure

With great resources comes great responsibility, say MPs who will turn the spotlight on the Government during the debates.

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Even at 80, you can learn with SkillsFuture Credit

Why must SkillsFuture be a formalised movement? The Government can then provide support and integrate efforts of key stakeholders.

Liak Teng Lit: 5 million people, 70,000 cleaners... that’s ridiculous!

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong ticked off Singaporeans earlier this month over the trash left after the Laneway music festival. Cue Mr Liak Teng Lit, 61, chairman of the Public Hygiene Council, which leads the Keep Singapore Clean Movement. The group chief executive of Alexandra Health System...

 

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