V. Sundramoorthy

Why Sundram should not move to Negri

By Tony Mariadass The stakes are high for Singapore’s V. Sundramoorthy, who is tipped to take charge of Negri Sembilan in the Premier League next...
Fairfield Methodist Secondary students clinging to a fence to avoid rising flood waters.

No singing and swinging in the rain

By Bernard Pereira This picture of students of Fairfield Methodist Scondary clinging to a fence to avoid rising flood waters around their school during heavy...
PM Lee Hsien Loong

The politics of OSC: What next?

By M Palaniyapan Our Singapore Conversation (OSC) wasn’t the government's first attempt to engage the ground and get feedback. The Feedback Unit was set up in 1985...
Catherine Lim

Catherine Lim and LKY

By Robert Yeo    The sentence, Speak Truth to Power, is a Quaker advice and it summed up what Catherine Lim did in a dinner talk...

The Rudd awakening

By P Francis News DESPITE fine spring weather across most of Australia on Friday, a tsunami of primary votes against the Labor Party caused a landslide...

Singapore: Cool and Uncool

By Augustine Low Everyone has an idea of what’s cool about Singapore and what isn’t. I’ll have a go at making my top two picks of...

Haze to return next year

By Amy Chew Corruption by Indonesian local governments and weak law enforcement are blamed by environmentalists for the recurring forest fires that spew noxious fumes...

Educate the educated

By Robin Low When I was studying in Singapore, I too had felt the stress of exams. I did what everyone else was doing --...

VW's resignation: some clues better than some truths

By Kumaran Pillai News Analysis The exit of Vincent Wijeysingha from the Singapore Democratic Party can be traced to the change in the party's political strategy...

Maslow's tyranny and Singapore's needs

By Nazry Bahrawi For his unwitting role in shaping Singapore, Abraham Maslow can be seen as the modern equivalent of Sang Nila Utama. Like the...
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