Narrowing gap between actions and intentions

Enforcement critical to prevent inconsiderate behaviour in eating places that can affect public health

There is again the challenge of keeping Singapore clean. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
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Singapore has long been a country of campaigns.

In the 55 years since its independence, national campaigns have gone from the boardroom (Remember the productivity campaigns of the 1980s featuring Teamy the Bee?) to the bedroom (the Stop At Two family planning campaign lasted well into that decade).

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