NUS PROFESSOR: YOUNGSTERS, WORK HARD OR LOSE OUT TO CHINA

I am writing this note to you, my students who are graduating this year, as a final warning -- in case some of your also subscribe to this grand notion that there's more to life than work. Actually, it is indeed true that there is more to life than work. However, if you should step out into the working world thinking seeking this thing called work-life balance then I fear you might be setting yourself up for a perilous future.

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GOVT MUST INVESTIGATE ALL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGERS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

I am very disappointed with IDA and Ministry of Manpower's lack of updates in the recent spate of fake degree cases. Firstly, it looks like there are public servants in statutory boards who possess fake educational qualifications. Unless IDA can come out with a statement to refute this, Singaporeans will continue to assume that IDA allows foreigners with dubious characters to represent the organisation.

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ARNOLD'S STATEMENT ON PINOY EATING NON-HALAL FOOD AT OUTLET

It has come to our attention that a post has been circulating on social media which shows a customer having a meal together with something that is not on our menu. In lieu of this incident, we would like to officially state that we do not condone such actions and that the manager on duty did actually do what was required to rectify the matter.

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GRAVITY PAYMENTS BUSINESS FLOURISHING AFTER CEO TOOK PAYCUT TO PAY WORKERS BETTER

You might have heard a story from a few weeks ago about a CEO named Dan Price and his plan to raise the starting salary for his employees to $70,000 per year. He told his employees about the change at Gravity Payments, his credit card processing company, during their quarterly staff meeting. Needless to say, they were pretty excited about the news, giving him a standing ovation.

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PLEASE HELP LOOK FOR MISSING BOY FROM LOYANG PRI SCH

Our son, Ezeil Adam was reported missing since last night. We have made a police report and he’s on the search by the authorities, island wide. He was last seen 5:30pm by his classmates in Pasir Ris at block 104 on the 24th of April. He was wearing his Loyang Primary School school uniform (beige top and dark blue shorts) He has a black school backpack and wears a white spectacle. Police also did a screen check on his EZ Link card and his last tap location was Seletar Camp.

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THE PEAK SAGA: HRI KUMAR AND SELFISH RC MEMBERS BETRAYED US

I am a resident of The Peak at Toa Payoh. At first, I did not want to write this very personal and damaging article. But seeing the high handed methods of the RC and their insistence on serving their own interests before the residents, I knew that I had to expose them.

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TODDLER'S PARENTS NO MONEY TO INSTALL SAFETY GRILLE BUT HAVE MONEY TO FEED FIVE CATS

She also said that while thankful for the help rendered to her daughter, they were not well to do and was unable to offer the rescuers any gift or compensation due to their tight finances. Strangely, despite their financial difficulties, they have the spare cash to buy an iPad for their children. As you may be aware, an iPad is expensive and a luxury not many can afford.

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IDA: WE STAND BY NISHA AS SHE BELIEVED HER MBA WAS REAL

The IDA says that it is satisfied that applications consultant Nisha Padmanabhan did not deceive the agency by listing the MBA from Web-based Southern Pacific University, an alleged diploma mill, in her resume. The IDA added that Ms Padmanabhan's employment was not based on her MBA, as her position required only a bachelor's degree, and that it also considered her relevant skills and prior work experience.

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