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How ‘exposed’ are you when you visit TR Emeritus? (revisited)

How ‘exposed’ are you when you visit TR Emeritus? (revisited)

Since the multiple complaints, the team at TR Emeritus (TRE) has been swarmed with emails and comments expressing concerns over the privacy of our readers and questioning the possibility of TRE ‘selling’ our readers out. We would like to take this opportunity to address these concerns once and for all, by explaining the... 

1984 Parliamentary debate revisited: Dr Toh lambasted Cabinet Minister on trying to defer CPF withdrawal age

1984 Parliamentary debate revisited: Dr Toh lambasted Cabinet Minister on trying to defer CPF withdrawal age

On 29 Jun 1984, the Minister for Health, Howe Yoon Chong, proposed to move the Motion in parliament that the House approved the recommendations of the Committee on the Problems of the Aged. The recommendations were contained in a Blue Paper prepared by the Committee under the Ministry of Health in Feb 1984. The most controversial... 

1983 Parliamentary debate revisited: Dr Toh blasted Goh Chok Tong on Medisave scheme

1983 Parliamentary debate revisited: Dr Toh blasted Goh Chok Tong on Medisave scheme

On 30 Aug 1983, the Minister of Defence and Second Minister for Health, Goh Chok Tong, proposed to move the Motion in parliament that the House approved in principle the Medisave Scheme which would enable Singaporeans to set aside their own savings to meet future hospitalisation expenses. Dr Toh Chin Chye totally disagreed with... 



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