Thursday, February 27, 2020
Despite having the public transport operator at its worst performance in history charting train breakdowns as often as weekly, the CEO of SMRT Desmond Kuek took home a total of S$1.87 million in remuneration. According to...
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong openly admitted to conflict of interests today (Aug 1), saying that his case is "special" and so he is allowed to use the Parliament to address the allegations made by...
Former socio-civic website The Real Singapore (TRS) editor Yang Kai Heng was assaulted outside the Singapore Court this afternoon (March 8). According to the government-controlled media, an unknown man threw a stash of papers right...
After introducing a race-based election reserving the coming Presidential Election for only the Malays, the Singapore government now contradicts itself saying that the non-Malays can also contest so long as one "belong to the Malay...
After raising taxes on water prices, ERP, COE, electricity tariffs, cross-border taxes and the introduction of the new carbon tax, Medishield Life and CPF annuity, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong now said that he will...
In her Facebook post, PAP MP Lee Bee Wah revealed that she ordered her town council cleaners to stop cleaning in her constituency for 1 day so she can pick litter with her residents. The PAP...
Short of money to fund the construction of Terminal 5, the Singapore government has raised the airport tax by S$13.30 per passenger starting 1 July 2018. The Transport Ministry and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore...
According to a brief interview with a state media Straits Times reporter, Lee Hsien Yang's wife Lee Suet Fern said that the couple are leaving Singapore soon and are in the midst of preparation. When...
Singapore government trade union, NTUC, created 4 new executive-level positions to assist the . Two retiring PAP MPs, Ang Hin Kee and Yeo Guat Kwang, are earmarked for the new position known as "Assistant Directors-General". In...
Speaking in Parliament yesterday (Jan 9), Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen ruled that no civil lawsuits can be lodged against the Government even when the latter is at fault for National Service-related training leading to...