Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen: Even in injuries or death, nobody can sue the...

Speaking in Parliament yesterday (Jan 9), Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen ruled that no civil lawsuits can be lodged against the Government even when...

Singaporean jailed 2 months for helping others taking IPPT tests

A 38-year-old Singaporean, Kho Puay Meng, was sentenced to 2 months jail today (Sep 13) for helping other National Service conscripts take their physical...

Olympic Gold Medalist Joseph Schooling: Singapore is “super hard” to live in and train

In an interview with AFP, Singapore's only Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling announced that he is leaving Singapore to train in US. The 21-year-old...

Singapore won first Olympic Gold medal with Singapore-born Singaporean

Singapore won its first Olypmpic Gold medal with Singapore-born Singaporean Joseph Schooling. The 21-year-old won the men's 100m butterfly final this morning at the...

Singapore conscripts allowed to “express interest” in vocations they prefer

Following conscription system of South Korea, the Singapore army finally allowed its conscripts to "express interest" in vocations which they prefer. However, the army...

New Zealand: Singapore’s NS evasion is not an extraditable offense

During a legal proceeding for a Singaporean-New Zealand dual citizen's pension appeal, a New Zealand tribunal stated that the evasion of National Service (NS)...

Study: Malays and Males are least likely to enter elite JCs

An inequality study conducted by a National University of Singapore sociologist and an economist from the University of Melbourne found that Malay and male...

Minister Josephine Teo: 26% more Singaporeans left Singapore in the past decade

According to Senior Minister of State Josephine Teo, more Singaporeans are leaving Singapore with the largest increase of 26% in the past 10 years....

SAF succumb to public pressure, waive off S$22,000 legal fees for deceased NSF family

The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and the two defendants who were demanding S$22,000 total of legal fees from the deceased NSF family will be...

High Court: Deceased NSF family not allowed to sue SAF despite safety breach

Despite having found breaching safety regulations, the Singapore High Court ruled that the family of the deceased National Serviceman (NSF), Private Dominique Sarron Lee, will not...

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Straits Times publish fake news on Malaysian PM’s resignation

Singapore state media Straits Times were found to be propagating fake news about the resignation of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. The Singapore government-controlled...

Minister Gan Kim Yong screw up: 5 days MC resulted in 20% spike of...

Health Minister Gan Kim Yong has screwed up the Wuhan virus handling again, this time with his 5 days MC regime creating a 20%...

Locals fearful of 30,000 China workers entering Singapore

Singaporeans and foreigner permanent residents have expressed fear of the Wuhan virus transmission worsening as the Singapore government continue to import 30,000 China workers...