In the latest episode of "On The Mic", we spoke with MP Louis Ng about the causes he's championing and what he's learnt about being in the government.
In this episode, I spoke with MP Louis Ng on his journey into politics, the causes he's championing and his reputation for being a "woke" politician.
Singapore has reached an in-principle agreement to form a travel bubble with Hong Kong, said Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung on Thursday (15 October).
In our latest episode of the On The Mic podcast, academics Cherian George and Donald Low spoke about their latest book “PAP vs PAP”.
The newly opened Changi Airport Connector is a 3.5km cycling and jogging path connecting East Coast Park to Changi Airport.
An adaptive and internally reformed PAP is in the interest of both the party and Singapore, say Singaporean academics Cherian George and Donald Low.
Enforcing a proposed ban on smoking in homes would be highly intrusive and raise privacy issues, said Minister of State for Sustainability and the Environment Amy Khor.
A one-off form of additional support for newborns will be introduced to help parents with their expenses amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The punishment framework for employers who illegally deploy their foreign domestic workers will be reviewed, said Minister of State for Manpower Gan Siow Huang in Parliament on Monday (5 October).
A 28-year-old man who was caught on video being tasered by the police along Esplanade Drive (21 August) has been arrested.
The move to allow visitors from Brunei and New Zealand to visit Singapore more freely is a step towards reviving Singapore’s aviation sector amid the COVID-19 pandemic, said Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung on Friday (21 August).
The Singapore government will provide an additional $187 million in financial relief for businesses in the country’s aviation sector.
The Singapore government on Monday (17 August) unveiled another $8 billion in financial support for workers and businesses as part of its response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Singapore government will be extending more help for local workers who have lost their jobs or fallen on hard times due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Singapore government will be extending its Jobs Support Scheme by up to seven months in an effort to protect jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
While news from China that the COVID-19 coronavirus had been detected in frozen food imported from two South American countries might have some here concerned, the SFA says there is nothing to worry about.
In this episode, I spoke with Janissa Ng of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) about the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on society and the environment.
Malaysia’s tigers could disappear within two years if the current trend is not reversed, according to the Worldwide Fund for Nature.
While the vote swing towards the opposition in Singapore's GE2020 was a surprise for many, it also marked a continuation of the demand for change expressed in GE2011, said analysts.
I spoke with Reform Party leader Kenneth Jeyaretnam on issues ranging from his party's green manifesto and the state of Singapore's opposition.
In Part 3 of our series of interviews with prospective GE2020 candidates, I spoke with Kumaran Pillai of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP).
Vivian Balakrishnan is a “serial over-spender” and has a “poor track record” as an MP, said several SDP candidates for Holland-Bukit Timah GRC on Sunday (5 July).
As part of our Singapore general election coverage, our guest this episode is Ravi Philemon, chief of the newly minted Red Dot United party.
Singapore's ruling People's Action Party has picked 35-year-old Xie Yao Quan as its replacement for Ivan Lim in its Jurong GRC election team.
Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam will remain as anchor minister for the PAP's Jurong GRC team heading into the General Election.