Opinion

38 Oxley Rd: Why now, not later?
By Leong Sze Hian Posted on by Leong Sze Hian 0

I refer to the articles “Indranee asks Lee Hsien Yang: Why the urgency to demolish Oxley Road house?” and “The possible options for 38, Oxley Road” (Straits Times, Jun 27). The latter states that “1. WHAT FINANCIAL INTEREST DOES LEE HSIEN LOONG HAVE IN Read More

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Personal consumption expenditure: S’pore 36%, Hong Kong 66% of GDP?
By Leong Sze Hian Posted on by Leong Sze Hian 0

I refer to the article “Singapore is falling behind Hong Kong, just do the math” (South China Morning Post, Jun 26). It states that “You divide the Singapore GDP figure by 3.4 million official Singapore citizens, ignoring the other 2.4 million inhabitants who Read More

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Inactive football clubs to close unless they rejoin S-League, or give up their cash machines
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

by Ten Leu-Jiun and Leong Sze Hian We refer to the article “Football: FAS going after inactive clubs with jackpot rooms” (Straits Times, Jun 25). It states that: “The new Football Association of Singapore (FAS) council has given the four inactive S-League clubs that Read More

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Did Lee Kuan Yew’s will “specifically accepts and acknowledges that demolition may not take place”?
By Leong Sze Hian Posted on by Leong Sze Hian 0

I refer to the article “Oxley Road dispute: Lee Kuan Yew’s final will ‘accepts’ Oxley house demolition may not take place, says Indranee Rajah” (Straits Times, Jun 23). The ST article reports on the comments made by Senior Minister of State for Law and Read More

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National Athletes receive $50 a month average from Sport Singapore?
By Terry Xu Posted on by Terry Xu 0

Based on the Singapore government agency Sport Singapore’s High Performance Sports (HPS) policy, there are national athletes who are receiving $600 a year or $50 a month on average under its SPEXTAG funding programme. This revelation was made today via a Facebook post by Read More

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Should Roy Ngerng seek a refund for defamation damages paid to PM Lee?
By Terry Xu Posted on by Terry Xu 0

A lingering question that some may have with the ongoing Lee family saga on social media is whether Mr Lee Hsien Loong, the current Prime Minister of Singapore, will sue his two siblings for making “unfortunate allegations” of him and the “absurd claim” that Read More

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Accusations of abuse of position and blurred lines between family and state, are matters of public interest, not 38 Oxley Road
By Ghui Posted on by Ghui 0

by Ghui I am heartened that some semblance of an open discussion is finally happening in relation to the 38 Oxley Road disagreement. DPM Teo Chee Hean yesterday issued a reply to a Straits Times article questioning the need for a Ministerial Committee Read More

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Lee Hsien Yang drops a series of bombshells on PM Lee and Ho Ching with documentary evidence, alleging abuse of powers
By Terry Xu Posted on by Terry Xu 0

Mr Lee Hsien Yang (LHY) has just dropped a huge bombshell on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong by presenting documentary evidence on his Facebook page, alleging that his wife, Ho Ching had obtained papers of late Lee Kuan Yew when he was admitted Read More

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Malay leaders and bodies need to be more proactive in attending to the gullible
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

by Ismail Kassim The arrest of two Aetos officers under the Internal Security Act (ISA) underscores the need for Malay leaders and bodies to be more proactive in preventing the gullible ones in their midst from falling into the sectarian religious trap. In Read More

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Why the Lee family saga can be good for Singapore
By The Online Citizen Posted on by The Online Citizen 0

by Dr Ong Hean Teik M Med (NUS), FRCP, FACC Many have expressed their view that the Lee family dispute is an embarrassment and bad for Singaporeans. In fact behind every cloud is a silver lining, and there may actually be a beautiful rainbow Read More

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