Chee Soon Juan Offers Listening Ear To Vulnerable Youths

Dr Chee Soon Juan extended a listening ear to vulnerable youths after learning they are committing suicide at an alarming rate. According to a report by the state media, suicides in Singapore increase by 10% as compared to the incidents last year. Statistics given by the Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) said 94 people aged between 10 and 29 had killed themselves in 2019. Those in need can email him or contact Samaritans of Singapore 1800-221-4444 and Singapore Association for Mental Health 1800-283-7019.

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Commentary: Who Checks The Judiciary?

Of late, we’ve been swarmed by several concerns on the ground concerning unchecked powers of unelected officials whose adverse decisions will affect us in a way we are unable to extract accountability from. Hence, how do we proceed as a Nation after this GE when political persecution of even LKY’s own family had just recurred and several other upcoming trials of Civil Activists Jolovan Wham, De Costa and Leong are set in October this year? What are we to make of the proceedings and can trust be regained in our Organs of State to do what’s right for the Country when all powers lead to the PAP cabinet?

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Khan Osman Sulaiman Guesses 90% Of 100,000 SGUnited Jobs Offered To Singaporeans Will Be Blue Collar Jobs

Singapore People's Party (SPP) politician Khan Osman Sulaiman uploaded an email he received from Sembawang Community Club. The screenshot of this email showed a list of available jobs for four companies: Beijing 101, Jollibee, Royal T Group and Royal Security. Based on the available job positions, Osman Sulaiman guessed the bulk of these 100,000 jobs offered to Singaporeans will be 90% blue collar jobs while S Pass or E Pass holders will probably get the white collar jobs.

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Reasons Why Sinkies Don’t Want To Have Kids in Singapore

10 years of education to survive in a education system that only encourages rote memorization and conformity without questioning. 2 years of NS to set us back in our career. 30 years of working in a environment that protects foreigners that allow them to get into cushy jobs without protection for Singaporeans.

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WFH Employees Exploited By Longer Working Hours Due To Endless Zoom Meetings

It has been few months since the culture of WFH - work from home started. I hope if Ministry of Manpower (MOM) is not too busy with foreign workers, they can spare some time to look into some of the situations we are currently facing. It is becoming a norm I have to attend zoom meetings for 6 to 7 hours a day, leaving me with 3 to 4 hours to complete assigned tasks despite already working more than 10 hours a day.

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Mother Looking For Malay Couple Who Saved Boy From Roadside

A car camera video showed a driver making a left turn along a road junction and encountered a boy suddenly running onto the left lane of the road. Fortunately an unidentified man came running to the rescue of the boy and safely removed him from traffic. The mother later saw a Malay couple holding on to her son. She was so overcome with shock and relief that she did not manage to say anything much to them except "May Allah bless you both." Now that the mother has composed herself, she is reaching out through social media to try to find this kindhearted Malay couple who saved her son.

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Despite Opposition Winning More Seats At GE2020, They Still Have More Grounds To Cover To Beat PAP

Although the WP has managed to capture another GRC owing to gutter politicking by the establishment, the PAP still controls an unacceptable 83 seats in Parliament which makes frequent adjustments to the Constitution entirely plausible without much dissent. The Sec-Gen of the WP though offered “Leader of the Opposition” title by the government in name, still has that unresolved PRPTC lawsuit hanging over his head as is his fellow MP Raeesah Khan who has been implicated in ongoing police investigations by an ardent PAP member.

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