Monday, May 25, 2020
Singapore's elderly poor rushed to purchase all of Huawei phones on a S$54 promotion yesterday (Jul 26) in mere hours. All 27 stores across Singapore were still seeing long queues even after the stock ran...
Following news of the GDP crashing -3.4% in the latest quarterly performance, former army general and PAP Minister Ng Chee Meng sugarcoated the bad news claiming it is now good opportunities to "reshape the economy": "The...
Instead of delivering a quality public transport, the Ministry of Transport yesterday (Jul 20) asked for more money threatening that low fare prices result in low standards and poor rail reliability. The government wrote to...
In a press release to state media Straits Times over the status of the luxury jet, said to be owned by Malaysian 1MDB fugitive Jho Low, the Singapore Police stated that they are unable to...
In his Facebook post yesterday (Jul 12), millionaire minister Heng Swee Keat threw in the white flag saying that he has no new measures to deal with the economic downturn. Offering no new assistance except...
The Economic Development Board (EDB) today (Jul 31) declared that the Singapore government is now inviting more foreigners to work in Singapore and vowed to expedite visa applications for Employment Pass (EP). EP visa holders enjoy...
Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat boasted to Malaysian reporters claiming that his government has the money to help businesses and workers during the economic downturn. Announcing for the first time, the millionaire minister said the...
Law Minister K Shanmugam is engaging in dirty politics again, this time rallying behind a vindictive Facebook post from his fellow Nee Soon GRC PAP MP Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim. The PAP MP had earlier tried to...
According to his senior counsel lawyers, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has been "gravely injured" by an online news article criticising him. In the court documents, Lee Hsien Loong was said to be still under...
PAP Minister Chan Chun Sing took to Parliament advocating high paying jobs for foreigners only, claiming that "Singapore will be left behind" in the "global race": "Industries such as cyber security, artificial intelligence and big data...