Lee Hsien Loong to send SAF soldiers to Iraq to please United States

Without Parliament approval, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong committed to send SAF soldiers to Iraq. An unknown number of Singapore Armed Force (SAF) soldiers will...

NS man who completed NS jailed 1.5 month for NS evasion

A 25 year old NS man who completed his full time National Service (NS) obligation last year was today (Feb 11) jailed 1.5 month...

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...

LTA: China train manufacturer have “top quality” even though they screwed up

Singapore's Land Transport Authority (LTA) defended their decision to continue engaging China manufacturer, Sifang, awarding them S$800 million of contracts even after the first...

New Zealand-Singapore dual citizen: National Service is a waste of time

A 19-year-old New Zealand-Singapore dual citizen is demanded by the Singapore government to serve National Service or face jail sentence up to 2 years....

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)...

SMRT post five-fold profits despite increase in train breakdowns

In their latest Q3-2016 financial report, private public transport operator SMRT posted a S$36.9 million profit. Compared to the previous year, this profit registered...

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...

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...

Singapore government: We shall finally pay insurance for NSFs

In an announcement made by Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen, the Singapore government has finally decided to pay for basic life and personal accident...

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Lee Hsien Loong: Situation under control, increase cases are just “a bit”

In his state media address, corrupted dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong criticised other countries and claimed the situation in Singapore is "under control": "Countries...

Lee Hsien Loong: School are open to help the poor

In a state media interview, dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong defended his decision not to close schools by claiming he is doing it...

732 cases in Singapore, SingPost mailman infected

The Ministry of Health reported another 49 new cases in Singapore, bringing the total to 732 past the seven hundredth mark. A new cluster...