Overall, 52 per cent of Singaporeans polled said they supported the measures, but nearly four in 10 were unhappy about the increase in water prices, according to Government outreach portal REACH.
The Workers’ Party’s Sylvia Lim described part of the changes as "fundamentally flawed" and perpetuating an "extreme conflict of interest".
With the changes, town councils will have to adhere to higher standards of corporate governance and transparency.
For CEO succession planning, the Temasek board reviews and tracks a list of candidates, including those within the company as well as those outside, says Senior Minister of State for Finance Indranee Rajah.
"Help schemes must help," says the Speaker of the House, as she reflects on how some members were moved as they spoke of the plight and frustrations faced by Singaporeans.
The National Heritage Board will develop a blueprint inclusive of policy and legislative changes.
Both traditional and non-traditional sports will feature in upcoming academies, along with an Active Masters Programme for senior citizens.
The Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth looks to connect with all religious organisations via the SGSecure Community Network.
“Our target is for one in two polyclinics to implement mental health clinics by 2021,” says Senior Minister of State for Health Amy Khor.
This is part of a slew of efforts announced by the Health Ministry in Parliament on Thursday (Mar 9) to strengthen primary and community care services.