Monday, May 25, 2020
Calling the fundraising event a "political event", the Singapore Police abused powers to ban the charity work aimed to raised funds for elderly poor Singaporeans collecting cardboards for a living. The event requires participants to collect...
Singapore's employment grew while unemployment rate also grew, according to the latest manpower report by the Ministry of Manpower. The main reason behind the seemingly contradicting statements is the increased employment of foreigners while more...
An overpaid Singapore judge passed an elitist comment claiming that all Singaporeans drive in the world's most expensive country, during his judgement over a traffic incident. Paid S$234,600 a year, fat cat District Judge John Ng...
In a blunder to explain POFMA actions on "fake news", Singapore's Ministry of Finance admitted to spending S$4 billion in the failed India Amaravati Project. The government-linked companies also incurred losses of only "a few...
In a press release on year-end bonuses, Singapore's business lobbyist group, the SNEF, told Singapore workers that the private sector cannot afford to pay like the government sector: "Private companies thinking of taking a cue from...
Running low on taxes after reckless spending on artificial waterfall and gardens, Singapore's PAP government is raising taxes by targeting to impose GST on online purchases. Singaporeans will have to pay 7% GST on online goods...
For the first time in history, the Lee Hsien Loong-appointed puppet President Halimah Yacob was informed of overseas investments made by GIC and Temasek Holdings. Posting on her Facebook page, President Halimah Yacob revealed that she...
A Singaporean has been detained for holding a legal protest at Hong Lim Park. Opposition politician and activist Gilbert Goh was held for questioning at the Cantonment Police Complex at 2pm today (Dec 6), for...
In response to a public backlash over wasting money on foreigners, Singapore's Ministry of Education admitted to spending undisclosed millions given to only Indian national students for certain scholarships and financial aid. The education ministry confessed...
A 17-year-old government-sponsored China national who was caught recording videos of women showering at NTU, appeared in court on Monday (Dec 2) to face charges for insulting the modesty of a 20-year-old. The Singapore state media...