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...

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...

Singapore Air Force boast about dropping 1-tonne bombs during training exercise

In a propaganda report by state media ChannelNewsAsia, the Singapore's air force (RSAF) spent an undisclosed amount dropping eight one-tonne bombs in a single...

MINDEF unapologetic over responsibility of NSF conscript’s death

According to the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF), a full-time national serviceman (NSF) conscript died while training in Australia's Shoalwater Bay on Friday (Sep 15)....

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...

Singapore government: We developed AI to detect fake news

According to propaganda state media TodayOnline, the Singapore government's Defence Science Organisation (DSO) has developed a computer program with artificial intelligence (AI) to detect...

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...

NSFs given useless certificates from WSQ

Full-time national service conscripts (NSFs) will be given useless certificates from the Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ), that accredit "skills" like "leadership", "teamwork" and "effective...

China expect apology from Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

Singapore diplomats deployed to Hong Kong on Friday (Nov 25) failed to retrieve the armoured vehicles that were confiscated for transiting at the Hong...

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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Minister Chan Chun Sing: Foreign investors scared of PAP loss

In his last election campaign message to Singaporeans, Minister Chan Chun Sing threatened Singaporeans that if the PAP lose this election, there will be...

Pro-PAP page run by Polish national taken down

Facebook has taken action against foreign interference in Singapore's elections, by taking down a pro-PAP page run by a Polish national. Critical Spectator page,...

MOE: Coronavirus infection found at 5 different schools, over 280 quarantined

Singapore's Ministry of Education today reported that the coronavirus infection had hit 5 different schools in a single day yesterday (Jul 7): "Four students and...