After navigating through a General Elections, being sworn in as Prime Minister, ordered a probe into his predecessor Najib Razak, Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has now taken a stab at Singapore’s People’s Action Party (PAP).
by Jose Raymond
The PAP’s Government Parliamentary Committee (GPC) for Transport has been conspicuously silent on the Public Transport Council’s (PTC) decision to scrap the $40 monthly unlimited travel pass for seniors above the age of 60.
By Jose Raymond
The Government’s lack of engagement and consultation with Singaporeans ahead of critical policy changes is disturbing, and bares its insecurity.
The Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation has raised more than $150,000 at its inaugural fund-raising Charity Gala dinner held at the Fort Canning Hotel on Saturday, 12 August.
There are Singaporean athletes representing the country across various sports who are only receiving $600 a year (or $50 a month on average) as training assistance grants (spexTAG) from government agency Sport Singapore under its High Performance Sports policy.
JSSL Singapore, a Singapore football academy which organises the JSSL Singapore International 7s football tournament, today announced a partnership with the Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation.
While we know that it will be two main teams battling for supremacy for the right to take control of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), what made heads turn when nominations closed on Saturday, 25 March at 6.00pm was the name of one Kumar Appavoo, who had submitted his nomination for one of the independent seats.
He served six terms as a Member of Parliament for Potong Pasir before venturing out to stand in a group representation constituency at the 2011 General Elections.
Footage from a closed circuit television (CCTV) has emerged on Youtube showing how a female hit squad duo attack North Korean Kim Jong-nam at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 on 13 February.
Two days after the official opening of the Syonan Gallery, the name is now no more.