Law Minister K Shanmugam warn LKYSPP scholars for disagreeing with Government

Law Minister K Shanmugam yesterday (Aug 28) warned government-funded academics at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP) over several recent disagreements...

PAP MPs and right-wing academics: Lee Hsien Loong is so brave and honourable

PAP MP Zaqy Mohamad gave a preview of the coming parliament enquiry by praising his party leader Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of being...

Ministry of Law: Fake news is a national security issue that interfere with our...

In the latest propaganda article by state media TodayOnline, the Ministry of Law said that fake news is a security issue that interfere with...

Right-wing academic: Singapore train system is reliable, Moovit survey is wrong

A recent public transport reliability survey conducted by mapping application company Moovit revealed that 54.3% of the 1,038 Singapore commuters surveyed experienced at least...

Former civil service head: Government no longer monopolise on information

In his lecture given at a local university, the former head of civil service Peter Ho criticised the current PAP administration saying that the...

Government survey: 87% of Singaporeans believe Straits Times is credible

Government-linked company, Blackbox Research, today (May 1) published a fake survey founding that the government-controlled media are more credible than online news sites. Straits...

LKY School dean beg Law Minister K Shanmugam for forgiveness to save his job

After receiving a harsh rebut from Law Minister K Shanmugam, the associate dean of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP) wrote an...

Straits Times: Work with Australian government to arrest States Times Review Alex Tan

As part of the government's next move to shut down independent news websites, state media Straits Times invited a right-wing academic from a little-known...

Singapore High Comm spread false news: Amos Yee jailed for hate speech, not political...

Unhappy with US financial news giant The Economist's damning report on the Singapore government, the High Commissioner for Singapore in London Foo Chi Hsia...

Right-wing economist academic: Train service improvements are not free

According to the Public Transport Council Chairman Richard Magus, the coming fare revision will be "affordable", and so is the new revised fare calculation...

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After sending the country into a lockdown, the coronavirus continue to spread in Singapore community with 106 cases newly reported. Unlinked cases jumped to...

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First, let's all use the right term: Singapore is now in a lockdown, not a "circuit breaker". (Lee Hsien Loong's English has always been...

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In response to States Times Review's reports on filthy living conditions at foreign worker dormitories, Manpower Minister Josephine Teo pushed the blame to local...