On Facebook

Should people be stopped from filming or taking photos of what is happening in the vicinity of a terror attack?

The public should be able to take videos and photos, but the authorities can jam the live transmission during a terrorist attack.

Simon Cheng

Yes! It's giving real-time information to those creating the terror situation and a wonderful advertisement for their cause.

This is not even up for debate.

Do not endanger those involved in defence.

Neil Bailey

Definitely so, in consideration of tactical intelligence which may affect the outcome of any response.

Ah Kee Kee

A writer says empty areas under viaducts should be transformed into affordable spaces for artists. What other support do artists need?

Allow buskers to perform at these spaces with proper traffic control measures in place.

We have many talented people in Singapore - singers, musicians, writers. We also have people who do beautiful paintings and pottery. Give them the spaces to perform, display and sell their works.

Raymond Anthony Fernando

The said tunnels, viaducts, drab grey walls can be turned into colourful vibrant murals/artwork.

Brenden Allan

Use more vacant areas to rent out to those with green fingers for growing vegetables, as a step towards a greener, eco-friendly nation.

Peter Tan

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 06, 2018, with the headline 'On Facebook'. Subscribe