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The future is for Singaporeans to create and the Prime Minister has called on everyone to help chart a new, clear direction for the country and to help make the future they want happen.
Three Sundays ago, during the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was going around the tables at a break fast session in Teck Ghee when a Malay man stood up and said: "Hello, I'm Omar."
When Ms Le Ha Thanh Mai arrived here from Vietnam on a scholarship, she was 15 and did not know English. Six years on, she was held up as a success story of integration into Singaporean society by the Prime Minister.
The national conversation on the future of Singapore will be first and foremost about putting Singaporeans at the heart of the country's concerns, said Minister for Education Heng Swee Keat.
Growing instances of ugly Singaporean behaviour have troubled him, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong last night.
Singapore will soon have six universities offering full-time degree programmes, giving 40 per cent of each school cohort a shot at university education right here at home by 2020.
In a move that is bound to stir controversy, the Government is thinking of giving couples with young children priority when they book HDB flats.
The Government is already relying on the national reserves to boost social spending without having to raise taxes, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday.
Let your children enjoy their childhood. And there's no need to send your pre-schooler for tuition to prepare him for Primary 1.
Every day, Madam Chang Ka Fong, 87, makes it a point to turn up at Teck Ghee Community Club to play basketball, shooting 50 hoops each time.