The Workers’ Party’s star may be on the rise in recent years but it must remember to keep both feet firmly planted on the ground, said party chief Low Thia Khiang.
Kindness mascot or not, Singa’s passion continues to be graciousness and kindness. He believes these are virtues that transcend politics. He is still thinking about his next step, but he has ruled out political reportage.
It is "regrettable" that the family of American researcher Shane Todd has decided to not to participate at the inquiry into his death, said Law and Foreign Minister K Shanmugam on Wednesday in a press conference.
A new leadership programme was launched to help civil servants become specialists in their respective fields.
Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said that engaging the public is key, as he called on public servants to support their frontline colleagues.
Singapore has improved on workplace safety and health, but the fatality rate still exceeds that of developed countries, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Monday.
Former Johor chief minister Abdul Ghani Othman’s visit to Singapore earlier this month was not an offence, said the Home Affairs and Foreign Affairs Ministries on Friday.
Coordinating chairman of the People's Action Party (PAP) town councils Teo Ho Pin on Thursday fired a new salvo in the ongoing town council debate, questioning the financial probity and transparency in the Workers' Party's relationship with its town council managing agent, FM Solutions and...
A dispute between the Workers' Party (WP) and the Ministry of National Development (MND) over how each party calculates the managing agent rates paid by the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC) shows no sign of letting up, with WP firing its latest salvo on Wednesday afternoon.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Wednesday that Singapore needed to continue to attract high-quality investments in the financial industry to create more and better jobs for Singaporeans.