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PM Lee heads to SGH for “full-check up” after taking ill during the National Day Rally
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More than 2 hours into the National Day Rally, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong – who appeared droopy and exhausted – physically stumbled before signalling for medical attention. In the live broadcast, he could be seen falling towards the right of the rostrum Read More

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PM accuses Dr Chee of being a racist for failing to remove comments on his Facebook
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During a door-stop interview after Dr Chee’s “cycle-about” this morning, a ST reporter posed a puzzling question to him. “Dr Chee, this morning PM spoke about some racist comments that were posted on your Facebook wall and how there were no filter or Read More

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DPM’s promise for a clean campaign broken: PAP Smear in full swing
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On Nomination day, DPM Tharman and Dr Paul Tambyah were spotted chatting and shaking hands. In an interview with TOC, Dr Paul revealed that during the conversation, the DPM gave him his word to have a clean campaign. Just over three days since Read More

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Dr Lee refers her brother as a “dishonorable son” and accuses him of abusing power to ‘build a dynasty’
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From a scintillating revelation of e-mail exchanges between Dr Lee Wei Ling, daughter of  the late Lee Kuan Yew and Ivan Frenandaz, an editor from the Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), it does seem that Dr Lee had less than pleasant things to say about not Read More

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Lee Hsien Loong’s two challenges to voters and the opposition
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By Reperio Simon Watching Lee Hsien Loong at his lunch time rally on 8 September, I deduced that he has issued two challenges. The first challenge was to voters, the second was to the opposition parties. His challenge to the opposition parties: “Don’t go into Read More

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A mandate for SG100, but with a compelling vision?
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By Howard Lee “I called this general election to seek your mandate to take Singapore beyond SG50, into its next half century. You will be deciding who will govern Singapore for the next 5 years. More than that, you will be choosing the Read More

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Roy Ngerng in the witness box – trial titbits
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• High Court Judge Justice Lee Seiu Kin started the second day of the hearing for damages to be awarded to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong by telling the accused, blogger Roy Ngerng, about what he can do in the witness box where Read More

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Ngerng out to hurt PM, twist the knife: Davinder Singh
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Blogger Roy Ngerng spent Thursday in the witness box as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s lawyer Davinder Singh carried out a precise, methodical cross-examination, claiming that Ngerng’s expressions of remorse and apology were “false”. It was the second gruelling day of cross-examinations in Read More

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Lee Hsien Loong vs Roy Ngerng – trial titbits
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• The queue to the courtroom where the hearing for damaged to be awarded to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his defamation suit against Roy Ngerng was filled by about 8.30am. By the time the trial started at 10am, half of those Read More

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PM Lee to Roy Ngerng: “We are not here to play games”
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Blogger Roy Ngerng and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong traded barbs in court on Wednesday, with the latter getting increasingly and visibly exasperated by Ngerng’s long list of questions during over seven hours of cross-examination. Lee took the stand on the first day of Read More

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