Police probing Facebook post of Singapore flag shown being ripped apart

By The Online Citizen On 18th August 2018

4 days after a Facebook post disrespecting the Singapore flag went viral, the police have commenced investigations on this matter. The Facebook post in question showed a black T-shirt with a graphi...

Clarifying viral video alleging PAP MP owning luxury car, and MPs playing golf without paid membership

By The Online Citizen On 17th August 2018

A video of a white Bentley Continental GT car parked along with other luxury cars went viral after the poster alleges that the cars belong to Members of Parliament from People's Action Party and speci...

Gradual easing of dry and warm conditions in the next fortnight

By The Online Citizen On 17th August 2018

Gradual easing of dry and warm conditions with increased showers forecast in second fortnight of August. Singaporeans may expect 5-7 days of late morning and early afternoon thundery showers, and 2 o...

NZ bans foreigners from buying properties to make housing more affordable for Kiwis

By The Online Citizen On 16th August 2018

The BBC reported today (16 Aug) that New Zealand's parliament has banned non-resident foreigners from buying existing homes in the country....

What are the implications of PM Lee steering clear of Ministers’ pay and leadership succession?

By The Online Citizen On 18th August 2018

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has announced that he will speak on four issues that are on people’s minds at the National Day rally tomorrow (Sunday 19 August). They are all bread and butter issu...

MP who owns Bentley strongly believes in meritocracy and still upset being denied Math prize in P5

By The Online Citizen On 18th August 2018

It was reported that the white Bentley...

Why is the 151st media ‘relentlessly attacking’ Malaysia?

By The Online Citizen On 17th August 2018

Why is it that there seems to have so many “negative articles” about Malaysia in the media? I refer to the article “...

If amendment to presidential election is to showcase commitment to minority representation, then why not a minority candidate for scholarships?

By The Online Citizen On 17th August 2018

The Singapore government has always maintained that minority interests and racial harmony are of utmost important. It is this justification that the government has used in changing the criteria for th...