Covid-19 vaccination likely to begin in Singapore next year: A/Prof Kenneth Mak

Singapore -- The Ministry of Health's (MOH) Director of Medical Services, Associate Professor Kenneth Mak, has announced that Covid-19 vaccination will most likely be rolled out in Singapore from 2021. Speaking at a virtual press...

Ex-NUS associate professor: How can anyone survive on less than S$1,300?

Singapore -- Former National University of Singapore (NUS) Associate Professor Ho Ting Fei has asked, in the midst of the discussion on whether there should be a minimum wage in Singapore, how anyone can...

Shock over comment that low-wage workers “only need to worry about food and death”

Singapore -- Workers' Party (WP) member Jeraldine Phneah has called on the online community to be more compassionate to low-wage earners after coming across online comments trivialising the circumstances these workers face amid the...

Chee Soon Juan teaching chess to Bukit Batok children during holidays

Singapore -- Opposition Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) chief Chee Soon Juan is set to personally teach children in Bukit Batok SMC how to play chess, as part of a series of activities for young...

Koh Poh Koon’s stand against minimum wage is commonsensical: K Shanmugam

Singapore -- Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam has called People's Action Party colleague Koh Poh Koon's comments against a minimum wage "commonsensical" and said that S$1,300 should not be the goal for...

PSP’s Brad Bowyer on wage issue: Singapore is a country, not a company

Singapore—Progress Singapore Party (PSP) politician Brad Bowyer has weighed in on the minimum wage issue, which has been much in the news lately, with Leader of the Opposition and Workers’ Party head Pritam Singh...

Goh Chok Tong keeps in touch with new PAP MPs despite stepping down from...

Former Singapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong has made sure to keep in touch with the parliamentarians from his party even though he stepped down from electoral politics earlier this year. Although he retired from...

“What is holding back the PAP is within its own mind” say Cherian George...

Singapore—Academics Cherian George and Donald Low, who are based in Hong Kong, published a book entitled PAP vs PAP: The Party's struggle to adapt to a changing Singapore earlier this week. According to Professor Low, the...

PSP calls out the Straits Times for “misleading interpretation” of ASG Francis Yuen in...

The Progress Singapore Party has called out The Straits Times for misinterpreting and misquoting their Assistant Secretary General (ASG) Francis Yuen’s comments on minimum wage. In a Straits Times online report on Thursday (Oct 22),...

Ng Chee Meng says Sengkang GRC resident sought his help, thinking he was her...

Former ruling party parliamentarian Ng Chee Meng revealed on social media that a Sengkang GRC resident approached him when he was walking the ground in the estate recently, under the mistaken impression that he...
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