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OCT 2019
ISSUE 42

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PM Lee: The Government Will Look After The Workers Even As Industries Transition  

PM Lee: The Government Will Look After The Workers Even As Industries Transition

Speaking at the NTUC National Delegates’ Conference on Tuesday (15 Oct), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong reiterated that the government would advance the well-being of Singaporean workers even as industries transform, ensuring that no workers will be left behind.

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Application Fee To Be Waived For Singaporean's Applying For Their First Passport  

Application Fee To Be Waived For Singaporean's Applying For Their First Passport

The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) announced that from 1 January 2020, the first passport application fee for Singapore citizens would be waived, as long as the online application is submitted on or before the child’s first birthday.

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The Government Will Work Together With The Public To Build Singapore’s Landscape  

The Government Will Work Together With The Public To Build Singapore’s Landscape

Speaking at the MND Huddle 2019, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong emphasised the importance of strengthening partnerships with Singaporeans in building our future city. He also outlined several key aspects where MND will seek greater engagement from Singaporeans, in terms of planning the city, estate upgrading, developing green solutions, and activating our common spaces.

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REACH Chinese WhatsApp Feedback Chat Group  

REACH “Chinese WhatsApp Feedback Chat Group”

Interested to discuss national issues with fellow Singaporeans? Click here to join the REACH “Chinese WhatsApp Feedback Chat Group” and look out for ad-hoc forums on topics that matter.

有意加入民情联系组的华语 WhatsApp 群组吗?民情联系组会时不时在群组里提供讨论课题,让参与者进行交流,分享看法。

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Public Consultation

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Public Consultation on Recommendations submitted by the RERF Committee

The Ministry of Law and Ministry of Social and Family Development invite members of
the public to provide their feedback on a set of proposed recommendations to strengthen
the family justice system and offer better support for families.

The Public Consultation will end on 1 November 2019.

More information can be found here.

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