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Large Crowd Queues For Commemorative $20 Notes, Got Enough For Everyone?

Large Crowd Queues For Commemorative $20 Notes, Got Enough For Everyone?

Singaporeans likes to join in long queues for almost anything. From Hello Kitty plush toys, A&W re-opening at Jewel, and launch of new Apple iPhones. The latest long queue that Singaporeans have been seen in is the launch of the commemorative $20 note that was released today, to mark the bicentennial celebrations for Singapore this year.

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Singaporean Asks Govt To Bring Back Live Parliamentary Sessions

Singaporean Asks Govt To Bring Back Live Parliamentary Sessions

Chee, in his reply to Leon Perera in their heated discussion about the Live telecasts, had said that there is no great demand for a live feed and that there is no need to look for imaginary problems when no problems exist and when the status quo has worked well so far. Quite how he came to this conclusion, no one knows.

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2.59m Singaporeans Eligible To Vote, 80,000 More Than In 2017

2.59m Singaporeans Eligible To Vote, 80,000 More Than In 2017

The number represents an increase of 80,000 eligible voters when the registers were last revised in 2017. It was not made known where the 80,000 new voters came from, but it is usually numbers of voters who had turned 21 since the last revision, or possibly newly minted Singaporeans who were given their citizenship since 2017.

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Dr Tan Cheng Bock Reveals Approved Logo For Progress Singapore Party, Promised To Serve Singaporeans

Dr Tan Cheng Bock's Progress Singapore Party has had its logo approved. It is in the shape of a palm tree with a person-like figure which signifies people at its core interest. The logo on the whole symbolizes growth, purpose, strength and life. With Dr Tan leading a new party, Singaporeans can have renewed hope that they will enact the changes that we have all wanted to see.

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Heng: Singaporeans Not Ready For Minorities Race PM

Heng: Singaporeans Not Ready For Minorities Race PM

Heng Swee Keat has gone on record as openly saying that Singaporeans are not ready to accept a minority raced candidate as their Prime Minister. This, despite 53 years of nation building, emphasizing the point that Singapore is a multi-racial society. And despite the fact that it was Heng's own party who decided a Malay President should be at the forefront of Singapore itself.

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15% Of SGreans Surveyed Finds Muslims Threatening

15% Of SGreans Surveyed Finds Muslims Threatening

Islamophobia is a real thing, and it has inched its way to Singapore. In a recent survey conducted by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) s part of a global study, it was found that while 70% of the Singaporeans surveyed said they believe people of different faiths can get along well when they stay close together, 15% of those surveyed said they found Muslims threatening.

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Most Singaporeans Are Sleep Deprived And Facing Most Stress At Work

Most Singaporeans Are Sleep Deprived And Facing Most Stress At Work

According to a survey by health service company Cigna had indicated what many Singaporeans have known, that they are the most stressed workers in the whole world, and are very sleep deprived. In the survey, nearly 92% of the Singaporeans surveyed said that they were stressed from work, and 13% of this group of workers said their stress was unimaginable.

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