SINGAPORE — Vietnam and Cambodia have raised objections to comments by Singapore’s Prime Minister (PM) Lee Hsien Loong describing the 1978-1989 Indochina conflict as an “invasion”.
TOKYO — The World War II-related sites in Japan and Germany today show the stark contrast between how the two countries deal with their horrific war crimes. While Japan still suffers from an inability to confront its dark past squarely, Germany has been able to express repentance by publicly revealing
SINGAPORE — As such, they want opinions, satires and criticisms to be explicitly excluded from the law, Ong said.
SINGAPORE — The Workers’ Party (WP) argued against the proposed fake news law on Tuesday (7 May) with its Member of Parliament (MP) for Aljunied GRC Low Thia Khiang saying it is a ploy by the government to cement its “absolute power”.
SINGAPORE — The academic who sparred with Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam at a hearing last year said the impending fake news law would enable the government to "arbitrarily prosecute their critics".
The workforce quota for the services sector will be tightened as some segments remain “very labour-intensive”, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat announced on Monday (18 February) in his 2019 Budget statement.
A woman who is said to be linked to Platinium is sitting inside the car, according to eyewitness Derrick Tan. Police officers turned up at the premises of Platinium Dogs Club on Wednesday afternoon (2 January) with a woman, who is alleged to be linked to the controversial pet boarding facility, being
Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing has dismissed an attempt by Workers’ Party MP Png Eng Huat to compare the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council’s (AHTC) lawsuit with the Auditor General's Office's (AGO) findings of lapses in government agencies, saying the issues involved are “very different
The government plans to introduce an estate redevelopment scheme for flats that reach about 70 years old, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Sunday (19 August). Delivering his National Day Rally speech at the Institute of Technical Education Central, Lee said the Voluntary Early Redevelopment Scheme
Singapore will nominate hawker culture for its second UNESCO inscription, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced on Sunday (19 August).
There has been an average of one national service training-related death a year over the past two decades, Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen said on Thursday (17 May).
Facebook is concerned that Singapore appeared to be in “a rush” to introduce a law to combat fake news online, a senior executive of the social media giant told a parliamentary committee on Thursday (22 March).
Almost all national servicemen (NSFs) will undergo Basic Military Training (BMT) on Pulau Tekong upon enlistment, said Second Minister for Defence Ong Ye Kung on Friday (2 March).