State media SPH sued for copyright infringement

State media Singapore Press Holdings's chinese papers Shin Ming Ri Bao has been sued for using a copyright photo to feature in their headline...

The New Paper to terminate weekend circulation

After being banished to a free paper following it's merger with MyPaper in 2016, state media Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) today (Dec 19) announced...

80% find tray-return refund system a hassle

According to a survey by Chinese papers Shin Ming Ri Bao, 80% of the diners surveyed find the new tray-return refund system at the...

Law Minister K Shanmugam bickers with online critics

Unhappy with what he read on Facebook, Law Minister K Shanmugam took to social media and engaged in a back-and-forth quarrel with online critics....

Singapore government hold Singaporean hostage through NS

A Singaporean who wants to renounce his Singapore citizenship has been held hostage by the dictatorship government which refused to issue a police clearance...

Lee Hsien Loong: Singaporeans litter the Singapore river, my political will cleaned it up

Speaking at a state media anniversary dinner, dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong blamed Singaporeans for littering the country and dirtying the Singapore river. The...

Low Thia Kiang to make way for new Workers’ Party leader by 2018

Opposition Workers' Party leader, MP Low Thia Kiang, yesterday (Nov 3) announced that he will be making way for a new secretary general next...

Chan Chun Sing: I did not say I don’t want to be Prime Minister

When questioned point-blank by foreign reporters whether if he has ambition to be the next Prime Minister, Minister Chan Chun Sing tacitly admitted so...

Chan Chun Sing: Singaporeans pursuing causes harming social cohesion

Speaking to ruling party PAP grassroots leaders at the People's Association headquarters, Minister of State Chan Chun Sing claimed that Singaporeans who pursue different...

Minister Ong Ye Kung: Civil servants must cut red tape and innovate

Education Minister Ong Ye Kung who has never once worked in the private sector today (Oct 2) waxed lyrical about innovation and told some...

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States Times Review to shut down on Polling Day

States Times Review will shut down tomorrow on Polling Day. I have done enough for Singapore and it is up to Singaporeans to decide their...

Singapore airports to remain close in 2020, reopening in early 2021 pessimistic

Singapore is on track to break the 50,000 figure by the end of July, with daily reporting still in the hundreds. There are currently 45,298...

More arrests, more POFMA and more censorship

Following the increase in public criticism as seen in the PAP candidate Ivan Lim saga, Singapore's ruling party dictatorship looks set to impose stricter...