Friday, February 21, 2020
Oxford professor Dr Philip Kreager has just published a letter responding to PAP MP Charles Chong's accusations that the Oxford University is "subverting" Singapore's parliamentary process. Dismissing PAP MP Charles Chong as a conspiracy theorist...
Another rich man is in the spotlight this week for road hogging a sheltered walkway and refusing to give way to others. According to driver Eugene Ow, the Mercedes Benz parked at sheltered walkway during a...
Cashless. Tray return deposit. The first "Smart Nation" hawker centre is failing and hawker owners are leaving. According to a state media interview with a hawker stall owner at Yishun Park Hawker Centre, one-time customers are...
At around 10pm in his meet-the-people-session (MPS) yesterday (Apr 16), Jurong GRC MP Tan Wu Meng was punched by an angry resident. The 32-year-old man was said to be in the queue when he rushed...
Singapore's controversial tongue-twisting Law Minister had to make a clarification again today (Feb 14) after the government's state media misquoted him again. According to state media TodayOnline, Minister K Shanmugam said "there are passages in...
Due to widespread dissatisfaction with the government, a pet project launched by PAP MP Rahayu Mahzam and Minister Ong Ye Kung have been shot down by their constituents in Bukit Batok. The two PAP MPs...
A new study by financial consultant Nomad Capitalist found that the Singapore passport is only ranked 20th most powerful, contrary to local state media's claims. According to the study, Singapore citizenship ranks poorly because of...
In his New Year Day message on Sunday (Dec 31), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong claimed that 2017 has been a good year because of the election of Halimah Yacob - calling it a "strengthening...
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's New Yew Day message took headlines again with many speculating that his cancerous-looking bump on his right arm may be evidence that karma has again struck the two-time cancer survivor....
State media Singapore Press Holdings's chinese papers Shin Ming Ri Bao has been sued for using a copyright photo to feature in their headline news. Photographer Kel Tan left a comment on Shin Ming Ri...