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Budget Debate 2015: Budget for 'fair, progressive system that is sustainable'

Tharman says approach is about empowering people and aspirations.

Budget Debate 2015: More benefits for lower-, mid-income now than a decade ago

Deliberate tilt towards these groups the result of ongoing push to make Singapore a fairer society: Tharman

NDP 2015 to recreate nation's first parade; free funpacks for 1.25m households

It will be back to the start for this year's National Day Parade, as the country celebrates 50 years of independence by recreating the nation's first parade.

Budget Debate 2015: 14 per cent of those who start off at the bottom end up at the top: Tharman

More than one in 10 young Singaporeans who start off in life in the lowest 20 per cent income group, end up in the top 20 per cent of the population later in life.

Budget Debate 2015: Seek change, with eye on the future: NTUC chief Lim Swee Say

This involves lifelong learning and seizing new opportunities.

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Mar 6, 2015 01:33 PM

Budget Debate 2015: Budget for 'fair, progressive system that is sustainable'

Tharman says approach is about empowering people and aspirations.

Mar 6, 2015 01:31 PM

Budget Debate 2015: Social mobility 'must be part of Singapore identity': Tharman

Society here is more fluid but keeping it that way will become tougher

Mar 6, 2015 01:29 PM

Budget Debate 2015: More benefits for lower-, mid-income now than a decade ago

Deliberate tilt towards these groups the result of ongoing push to make Singapore a fairer society: Tharman

Mar 5, 2015 06:17 PM

NDP 2015 to recreate nation's first parade; free funpacks for 1.25m households

It will be back to the start for this year's National Day Parade, as the country celebrates 50 years of independence by recreating the nation's first parade.

Mar 5, 2015 06:15 PM

Budget Debate 2015: 14 per cent of those who start off at the bottom end up at the top: Tharman

More than one in 10 young Singaporeans who start off in life in the lowest 20 per cent income group, end up in the top 20 per cent of the population later in life.

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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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