“When Parliament re-opens on 16 May, we will hear the President’s Address, and discuss strategies for creating a brighter future and a better Singapore for all.”- LHL . Read more here.
The Ministry of Law is proposing amendments to the Copyright Act that would enable content rights holders to protect their rights against pirate websites through judicial measures. Read the full details here.
As part of Singapore’s 50th anniversary celebrations next year, a Jubilee Baby Gift Pack will be given to newborns in 2015. The gift pack is intended to be ‘a meaningful, significant and tangible keepsake with heritage value’, and can consist of practical and commemorative items. Share your ideas and suggestions on what items can be included in the gift pack!
Seven in 10 Singaporeans surveyed in a REACH telephone poll supported initiatives announced in Budget 2014, with the same number agreeing that the Pioneer Generation Package would ensure affordable healthcare for Singaporeans aged 65 and above. Read the full details of the poll findings and share your views.
The Protection from Harassment Bill has been passed in Parliament. It will allow victims of harassment to seek redress quickly and inexpensively. Read more here and share your views.
Low to middle-income Singaporeans will get permanent subsidies to pay for MediShield Life premiums. Click here to find out more on the subsidies that will ensure affordable healthcare for all Singaporeans.
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In his wrap up of the three-day Budget debate, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said that while Singapore’s productivity levels have been dismal in the past few years, it has made good progress in closing the productivity gap with advance economies over the decades.
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