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Teo Ser Luck in spotlight after Hong Lim Park comments

As police begin investigations into the disruption of a charity carnival at Hong Lim Park last Saturday, the carnival’s guest of honour, Minister of State for Trade and Industry Teo Ser Luck, has come under...

Stand against anarchists who disregard rights of others

On Saturday, several hundred protesters disrupted a charity carnival organised by YMCA at Hong Lim Park. Analyst Devadas Krishnadas weighs in in a Facebook post which is reproduced here.

THE SUPPER CLUB | S. ISWARAN

S. Iswaran: It’s about law and order, and social concerns

Next month, Parliament debates the Remote Gambling Bill. Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade and Industry S. Iswaran, 52, talks about why the Government wants to draw a line in the sand on online...

Doctors v doctors: What's ailing them

When doctors complain that their own profession is responsible for the escalating cost of health care, it is time to take notice.

Shattering myths about scholars, smarts and respect

Last week in Parliament, MPs spent hours dissecting what it means to become a society that is less obsessed with the paper chase and more concerned with lifelong learning.

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Sep 30, 2014 03:31 PM

Teo Ser Luck in spotlight after Hong Lim Park comments

As police begin investigations into the disruption of a charity carnival at Hong Lim Park last Saturday, the carnival’s guest of honour, Minister of State for Trade and Industry Teo Ser Luck, has come under scrutiny of a different kind.

Aug 29, 2014 09:04 PM

Of matching shirts and durian treats

For those wondering about the matching batik shirts that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Malaysia counterpart Najib Razak wore when they opened a fruit bazaar last Wednesday, here’s the story behind their co-ordinated look.

Aug 23, 2014 03:31 PM

Singapore hopes to work with new India government: PM Lee

Singapore hopes to work with India in the areas of urban and port development, water and sewage projects, as well as education and training, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday night.

Aug 17, 2014 11:27 PM

3 questions and answers on the Minimum Sum and retirement

The Central Provident Fund (CPF) Minimum Sum will be raised one more time, to $161,000 next year. But after that, there will be no more major increases, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day Rally speech on Sunday night. Here are three things about the Minimum Sum and...

Aug 17, 2014 11:04 PM

PM Lee pays tribute to Lee Kuan Yew's former driver

Mr Rahmat Yusak, who died two weeks ago aged 95, helped in his own way to drive Singapore forward.

Supperclub

S. Iswaran: It’s about law and order, and social concerns

Next month, Parliament debates the Remote Gambling Bill. Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade and Industry S. Iswaran, 52, talks about why the Government wants to draw a line in the sand on online gambling in the Supper Club interview. The official point man for all things F1 here also...

Doctors v doctors: What's ailing them

When doctors complain that their own profession is responsible for the escalating cost of health care, it is time to take notice.

 

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