LKY Asked SPH Editors Whether He Should Demolish 38 Oxley Road — But Why?

Founding Father Consults SPH On His Own House  In Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s statement on Monday (July 3), during the Parliament sitting on 38 Oxley Road, a truckload of new information was brought to light on the saga. Out of all the new revelations, one of the more peculiar...

A Layman’s Perspectives On Budget 2015

Thoughts about the 2015 Budget from a man on the street This year's Budget took on an interesting approach atypical of a potential General Election year, as previous GE year Budgets have had huge payouts. On the surface, there was a lot to cheer for, with help mainly going to the lower-income...

Workers’ Party Files Motions On Elected Presidency Yet Again, But Is It Still Relevant?

The Workers' Party Re-Files Proposal On Recognising Singapore's First President  Followers of the local politics scene may remember on 28 Aug, when The Workers' Party (WP) Chairman Sylvia Lim, filed for an adjournment motion to discuss the controversy regarding the recognition of Singapore’s first Elected President titled "Counting from President...

TOC Editor Notifies Police Over Vivian Balakrishnan’s Violation Of Cooling-Off Day

  According to Channel NewsAsia, Dr Vivian has said that the post was accidental, and is the result of a "bug". The Facebook post was originally uploaded on 4 Sept, and had been auto-posting since then. The tweet was sent out along with the Facebook post, since both social media...

7 Undeniable Reasons Why MyRepublic Is The SDP Of Telcos

MyRepublic bears quite a few similarities to a certain political party... In an interview with e27, CEO of prospective 4th telco MyRepublic, Malcolm Rodrigues, did not mince his words when talking about the existing telcos in Singapore, claiming that that they became too arrogant and comfortable. That got us to thinking, "Hmm,...

Mainstream Media Critique Of Government Survey Has Us Intrigued

Business Times article criticises REACH survey for lacking full data and having leading questions Colour us intrigued, because a publishing company with links to the Government has posted an article critical of a government survey! The REACH survey quizzed people's opinions of the Budget 2015. Unfortunately, like this other REACH survey relating to the...

10 Utterly Predictable Netizen Reactions To PM Lee’s Comments On Foreign Talent

PM Lee Hsien Loong's comments on FTs get slammed by netizens In an interview broadcast yesterday (2 Aug) night, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addressed different areas of concerns regarding the nation, but the drama got real when PM Lee talked about foreign talents in Singapore. Source PM Lee mentioned during the interview that the government...

4 Things Ministers Said Over The Weekend

A compilation of quotes from Sunday by various ministers Some of Singapore's Ministers and Ministers of State were busy appearing in public on this past Sunday (18 January), and they had some interesting things to say about various matters which we should all really pay attention to. On research and development Source Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee...

SingFirst Puts Up New Squiggly Line-Less Press Release (Among Other Things) On Facebook

SingFirst becomes the talk of the town With the bigger political parties taking up most of the space in mainstream media, we decided we should take a look at the smaller and lesser known opposition political parties. Social media is a good way to get your message across to the younger...

12 Classic Internet Reactions To The 2015 Budget

What do Singaporeans and FTs really think about the Budget? Budget 2015 was delivered by Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam yesterday (23 February). There were a whole host of initiatives presented; some of which were yay, some were nay, and others were meh. However, comments from netizens never fail to make us...

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