93.8 Live Singapore
The station which is a part of MediaCorp, broadcasts new programmes to the audiences from 6:00am to midnight (UTC+08:00) daily. Before 2005, its name was NewsRadio 938. The channel plays Soft adult contemporary music till 6:00am, during non-functioning hours. 93.8LIVE was originally first on aired on 1 January 1996. The whole channel plays English contemporary.93.8LIVE is proud to be the news radio channel of MediaCorp covering the whole Singapore.
|Florence Lian||Angela Lim|
|Isadhora Mohamed||Bharati Jagdish|
|New Seow Ping||Daniel Martin|
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I think it is not helpful to compare our mothers with the younger generation of mums. We are living in a very different world with so much of challenges. With the rising expenses in Singapore, it would be a very difficult choice for couple to decide that one of the spouse stay to take care of the child or children. I personally believe mums are the best to care for their children. Like what Faith said she is playing part in moulding the next generation. It is difficult to put a price tag on this. So to alleviate the rising cost of living, we could give free outpatient health benefits to mum and receive annual top up to their medisave account and annual cash gift of $100 or more on Mother’s Day. We must show our appreciation to mums. Mums have needs too. They are not machines. All these benefits may be given to a stay at home mum with kids up to 12 years of age. Since we do want our mums to get back to work, we could have a fund for Mums to tap into where they could go for courses such as computer appreciation, image make-over and other courses for specific skills. Look at the big picture…we want Singaporeans to have babies and we want these babies to grow into individuals who would be responsible and contributing citizens. I think a stay at home mum can provide the environment for her children to grow, nurture and bloom. For that mums need not have to suffer so much. We can dip into the tax payer’s to help these group of mums who have been very silent far too long. It is about time we recognize stay at home mums. Think of it that these mums are helping us save all the social problems the government would have to deal with in the future if the next generation of citizens are brought up with no values and principles. I personally think mums can do the job of teaching these family values and principles. We cannot leave to our domestic helpers to do it. So i strongly urge the government look into the needs of stay at home mums
Hi there, I just posted a message here, and I thought it was a private message for the 93.8 DJ on Talk Back, where they were discussing the topic of unwed mothers this morning. I had inadvertently typed in my tel no. as well. If you choose to publish my message, appreciate if you could remove my tel no. please. Thank you!!