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PSP on their new CEC: We want the party to move forward

Singapore — The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has shared about their new Central Executive Committee (CEC) on Saturday (Apr 4). The party has reorganised the...

Francis Yuen takes over from Tan Cheng Bock as PSP party chief, CEC also...

Singapore -- Former Republic of Singapore Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Francis Yuen has been appointed the new secretary-general of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP),...

PSP’s CEC reconvenes; Six members re-elected along with six new members

Singapore -- Following the Progress Singapore Party’s 2nd party conference on Sunday morning (Mar 28), it elected 12 cadres from 26 nominations. The new Central...

PSP’s Wendy Low says it is only a matter of time before we elect...

Singapore -- In an interview with The Independent Singapore, Progress Singapore Party's head of Women’s Wing Wendy Low called for more women to be...

Old man hurt in fall as metal stool breaks because of poor maintenance at...

Singapore -- An old man fell and got hurt when the stool he was sitting on broke at the Mayflower Market. A visit to...

PSP Women’s Wing shares the story of single mother Joyce Lee

Singapore — In celebration of International Women's Day, the Progress Singapore Party's Women's Wing shared the story of single mother Joyce Lee, a working...

PSP’s Hazel Poa on local-foreign workforce balance, Leong Mun Wai on Singapore as a...

Singapore—Progress Singapore Party’s (PSP) Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) Hazel Poa said it is "disappointing" that the Budget did not present any new measures ...

‘Can we get a breakdown on those numbers?’ asks PSP’s Kumaran Pillai

Singapore — Progress Singapore Party's (PSP) Kumaran Pillai took to Facebook on Monday (Mar 1) to clarify his party's position. He made it clear...

Hyper-competition does not necessarily lead to better economic performance: PSP’s Kumaran Pillai

Singapore – Opposition Progress Singapore Party's (PSP) Kumaran Pillai took to social media to urge more investment in local talent as many feel they...

PSP to start free tuition for students from low-income families

Singapore — The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has just announced the launch of their InTuition Programme. PSP West Coast is pleased to launch the PSP...
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