Monday, April 6, 2020
Despite being a PAP member for over 16 years and resigned only last week, ex-PAP MP Halimah Yacobn told state media Straits Times in an interview that she is independent of the ruling party. Halimah...
The Singapore Government will be spending twice as much in budget for fireworks this National Day as compared to last year's. Boasting a 360° view of the pyrotechnics at the Padang and roof-top of seven...
According to a survey conducted by government-controlled institution, Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), Singaporeans find mainstream media sources from Mediacorp and Singapore Press Holdings most trustworthy among other news sources. On a scale from 1 (untrustworthy) to...
Government-endorsed presidential candidate Halimah Yacob who is an Indian Singaporean told state media reporters that it is not important what her race is in the coming Presidential Election reserved for the Malays. "Not a single person...
Calling an open election "risky", Minister for Communications and Information (MCI) Yaacob Ibrahim told students that Singaporeans are racist during election and that is why the next election has to be reserved for only the...
In his response to retirement questions in a public forum on the National Day Rally's speech, Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say said that he is introducing new options for Singaporeans to delay their CPF withdrawal...
Announced today (April 27th) in their press release, the ruling party PAP claimed that there is "no breach of law" behind their S$1.9 million vote-buying method. Earlier this week, PAP candidate Murali openly declared that...
Former Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong continued to launch a series of political attacks against the Opposition claiming they are irresponsible and that they do not care about fiscal policies and financial planning for the...
States Times Review predict that a maximum of only 19 seats can be won by the Opposition in the coming election, mainly because of 3 corner fights. States Times Review predict the 2015 electoral results based on...
It is yet another inconvenient truth: Lee Hsien Loong wants a tudung-wearing Muslim woman to be President so people around the world would praise him for being how "progressive" a Prime Minister he is. Just...