- Charles Chong’s million-dollar surplus claim in General Election 2015
- Why legislate that when the opposition wins – 100% of the operating fund must be transferred to the sinking fund?
- Incidents of students being approached by strangers in van, spur warnings sent to parents
- AWARE calls for a budget for gender equality
- Discrepancies between CPF Minimum Sum increase vs inflation rates?
- SPF warns public of phishing website seeking to obtain sensitive personal data
- URA releases flash estimate of price index for private residential property
- More arrested for oil heist and additional charges filed
- HDB: 700 cases of dislodged tiles in the first half of January
- 2018 MOE Kindergarten open house and registration exercise
- Minimum sum continues to increase to $181,000 while PMETs are being retrenched
- What happened to the investigation on corruption at Ang Mo Kio town council?
- Service disruption along East West Line on Monday morning with no official announcement from SMRT
- Agencies reacting to Toa Payoh residents' grievances after months of complaints
- Why do we give HDB “citizen top-up” money, to new citizens?
- Where art thou, #masagos?
- "Fake news"?: Allegations made by Minister of Law and Home Affairs against TOC over the past years
- SDP: Indranee gave excuses, not reasons, on Keppel corruption probe
- ST vs Today: Only one tell you Poly full-time jobs is at 52.8%?
- K Shanmugam: Taiwanese auxiliary police officers to be stationed at land checkpoints
Tag Archives: malaysia
Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 11:02 amThe Malaysian authorities should end their prosecution of a local activist for her role in showing a documentary film without censorship board approval, Human Rights Watch said today. Malaysia’s Federal Court has heard Lena Hendry’s challenge Read MoreMore...
Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:11 pm Despite being a working day, some 400 Singaporeans travelled across the border to Malaysian on Friday to catch a screening of the award winning film, “To Singapore, With Love”, at the Freedom Film Festival Read MoreMore...
“Her films made us less lonely,” says Alfian Sa’at. Read More…More...
Malaysia cleans up the mess – S’pore takes the credit. Gerald Giam. Read More…More...
Malaysian, Indonesian and S’porean authorities involved in intelligence. Read More…More...