High Court strikes out Leong Sze Hian’s counterclaim against PM Lee’s suit due to...

The High Court has struck out blogger Leong Sze Hian's counterclaim against Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, due to Mr Leong's failure to disclose a “reasonable cause of action” in his counterclaim. PM Lee earlier...

Singapore-Malaysia Leaders’ Retreat: What’s at stake?

Putrajaya—"We have much to discuss. Look forward to a fruitful meeting with PM Mahathir tomorrow,” wrote Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in a Facebook post on April 8, Monday, the eve of the...

“Buffet-syndrome” explanation is “completely at odds with reality”: SDP Chairman

Singapore Democratic Party chairman Dr Paul Tambyah's finger was firmly on the pulse of the nation as he spoke about the three things he wishes the government would do this year, in a speech he...

PAP MP says he hasn’t encountered any couple citing high cost as a deterrent...

Ruling party parliamentarian Darryl David has irked Singaporeans after sharing in a recent interview that he hasn't encountered any couple citing high cost as a deterrent to starting a family and having children. Darryl, a Member...

“Nonsense,” says Calvin Cheng of advice by 4 doctors to wear masks at all...

Singapore -- Former NMP Calvin Cheng has taken to social media to weigh in on a memo released on Monday (Feb 10) by a group of four senior doctors. In a Facebook post yesterday (Feb...

Temasek subsidiary director continues to sit on Hyflux’s board even after Temasek pulled out...

During the protest against Hyflux's restructuring plans on Sat (30 Mar), a disgruntled retail investor, 62-year-old Mdm B Chua, told the Straits Times that she lost S$6,000 while her husband lost under S$100,000 of his investment...

PSP’s new candidates prove that humble beginnings have spurred them on to create change

In another press conference on Tuesday (Jun 23), Secretary-General of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) Dr Tan Cheng Bock announced another slate of candidates. The line-up of six consisted of: Dr Tan Meng Wah, Academic and...

SDP’s call to repeal Section 377A 12 years ago recirculates online

The Singapore Democratic Party's call to repeal Section 377A in 2007 is recirculating online, even though the statement was published 12 years ago. While Section 377A of the Singapore Penal Code – a British colonial-era...
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Why PM wants the status quo

By Augustine Low Singapore: First World, Cosmopolitan City, Shining Metropolis. But still a sampan. How incongruous that Singapore should still see itself as a sampan, after all that the country has achieved, and all the talk about...

MOF claims GST increase has nothing to do with cancellation of KL-Singapore HSR project

Speaking for the Ministry of Finance, Second Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong said in Parliament today that the prospect of the KL-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project being cancelled and the impending Goods and Services Tax (GST) hike are...
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