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Senior Minister Of State Edwin Tong Says SG Can Go To World Cup By 2034

Senior Minister Of State Edwin Tong Says SG Can Go To World Cup By 2034

This is the same Singapore football that has seen no gold medals ever in the SEA Games, where only South East Asian teams take part, or the same Singapore whose own professional league have been won by foreign invited teams in the past four years. Maybe his target should have been for Singapore football to win something first in the local leagues, or the regional Games. That already seems a hard task.

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Chan Chun Sing Says SG Must Do More To Attract More International Talent

Chan Chun Sing Says SG Must Do More To Attract More International Talent

Seems like Minister for Trade and Industry, Chan Chun Sing really have been living in his own PAP bubble all this time. At a point in Singapore's recent history where locals are up in arms over the number of foreign talent who have come in and taken over jobs while local Singaporeans struggle in their own country to get employment, here he is calling for Singapore to do more to attract foreign talent.

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KPMG One Of Many Local Firms Accused Of Using Internship Program To Hire FTs Full Time

KPMG One Of Many Local Firms Accused Of Using Internship Program To Hire FTs Full Time

A local Singaporean student have wrote in insisting how a big local company is abusing the internship program to actually use it as their stepping stone to actually hire foreign talents on a full time basis. The local student, who indicated that he is from the Singapore Management Univeristy (SMU), lifted the lid on how job snatchers enter Singapore on the pretext of doing their internships here, but are actually here on a trial.

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41 Year Old Man Became SG's First PMD Fire Fatality

41 Year Old Man Became SG's First PMD Fire Fatality

The Bukit Batok fire that took place on Thursday night at an HDB unit has claimed a life. 41 year old Mr Goh Keng Soon, who was initially rescued by SCDF officers when the fire broke out in his flat, succumbed to his injuries on Saturday morning. He had third degree burns on 40% of his body and died at SGH.

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PM Lee: SG Open To All Sexual Orientation, Come Work In SG

PM Lee: SG Open To All Sexual Orientation, Come Work In SG

PM Lee did not surprise anyone when he said he does not know what 377A's exact wording was, but emphasised that everyone, no matter their sexual orientation, are welcome to work in Singapore. Although he did say that the 377A will not be removed, he did say that everyone knows the rules in Singapore, and it should not stop them from coming over to work.

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PM Lee Says Singapore Has To Constantly Reinvents, But PAP Remains The Same

PM Lee Says Singapore Has To Constantly Reinvents, But PAP Remains The Same

During a dialogue at the Smart Nation Summit, which inexplicably included PM Lee as its Guest of Honour, being that he is 'smart', PM Lee reiterated that for Singapore to keep up and be relevant in this day and age, Singaporeans and their leaders need to constantly reinvent itself. He also pointedly said that the leaders of Singapore also need to reinvent.

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