Category Archives: MISC

Covid-19: Singapore’s wealthy most sia suay in the world, especially our leeders

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CNA misleading Covid-19 stats corrected 2 days later

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Govt should POFMA CNA for publishing misleading table

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Did CNA or Today publish fake news?

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AirAsia profitable, Scoot blames losses on business cycle

SIA will not  hold Scoot’s management accountable for losses.  Instead, billions will be spent on acquiring new planes to help management turn a profit.  (“Scoot taking 16 new fuel-efficient Airbus 321neos to add capacity and grow profits“) ST: “In the … Continue reading

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Sinking feeling about Sinkapore Press Holdings

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Why Singapore’s MRT disruptions will continue to worsen

Phillip Ang <phillipang63> to zuraidah.ibrah., andrew.london, mukul.munish, tracey.furniss, keith.wkchan Hi Zuraida I refer to SCMP article, “How many Singapore MRT bosses does it take to fix a broken culture?“. As a Singaporean, I believe you should know the answer. 😉 … Continue reading

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Silver lining for retrenched SPH journalists, help stop SPH running down our country

Dear retrenched journalists Things happen for a reason and all is not doom and gloom. For those of you with a conscience, you must be finally relieved to be free from engaging in propaganda and helping your political master PAP … Continue reading

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Failing Singapore Propaganda Holdings may be privatized if economic conditions worsen

Singapore Propaganda Holdings (SPH) is in deep shit and may go the privatization route, similar to other failures such as NOL, Tiger Airways, Chartered Semiconductor, SMRT, etc. But SPH is worse, considering it is no ordinary business but a monopoly … Continue reading

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After HDB playgrounds, will overhead bridges also double up as clothes lines?

Singapore’s landscape is fast changing with overhead bridges now put to very good use. . What will they think of next?

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