Appreciating Our Cleaners – The Unsung Heros

We are doing what is right – to show that we care and appreciate everyone…and to look forward to what we can do together as a community. Speech by Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC & Chairman of Nee Soon Town Council at the Nee Soon GRC Cleaners’ Appreciation Dinner, Sunday, 8 May 2016. Minister K Shanmugam, Fellow Parliamentary Colleagues, Friends and Nee Soon Town Council team. Thank you for joining us at this evening’s Nee Soon GRC Cleaners Appreciation Dinner.....

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PIC scheme needs urgent strengthening

Speech by Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC at the Second Reading of the Income Tax (Amendment No. 2) Bill [Bill No. 16/2016]. Introduction Madam, I stand in support of this Bill. I will focus my speech on the Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme or PIC scheme. The PIC scheme was introduced to encourage productivity and innovation activities in Singapore. It provides support to businesses that make investments to improve their productivity.....

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Being a Parent is Everything

Speech by Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC at the Second Reading of the Child Development Co-Savings (Amendment) Bill [Bill No. 17/2016]. Introduction Madam, I stand in full support of this Bill, a Bill which starts a new chapter in our journey in parenthood and a Bill which brings about a fundamental change in our parenthood policies, a much needed fundamental change. I also stand in full support of this Bill because it is not only about the dollars and cents but also the hours,....

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Singapore will not ease stance on drugs for safety of citizens

( Video source: Home Team News) Singapore Statement at the UNGASS 2016 Plenary Session – Speech by Mr K Shanmugam, Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law (first appeared in the website of the Ministry of Home Affairs) ​ Mr President, Singapore is happy to be a participant at United Nations General Assembly Special Session on the World Drug Problem (UNGASS) 2016. Building a Safe Society for Our People 2. To discuss the global drug problem,....

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