If it weren’t for the student activists, we would probably still be singing “God Save the Queen” instead of “Majulah Singapura” today.
f Minister Khaw Boon Wan is trying to convince Singaporeans that transport fares needn’t factor in reliability, the recent spate of MRT and LRT disruptions aren’t helping.
In a post on his Facebook page, Workers’ Party NCMP, Gerald Giam called on Singaporeans to “pick up the gauntlet and take action”.
This little known law effectively shields the Government (SAF and SCDF included) from civil liability for the deaths of full time national servicemen, even when the SAF and SCDF are found to be negligent.
It’s no secret that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is the highest paid government leader in the world. But just how much is he paid?
Ultimately, when Malaysia prospers, so will Singapore. The least we can do as Singaporeans is to give the new opposition government a chance to lead.
Japan’s rail network transports the equivalent of the world’s population every year. Clean, efficient, and extremely reliable, it is the envy of the world. But what makes the Japanese model so efficient?
In a fast-paced economy like Singapore’s, attaining a degree is vital to securing employment with a reasonable income. It would seem absurd to suggest otherwise, especially in our highly competitive economy. Yet, that is what Minister Ong Ye Kung seems to have suggested.
What would Singapore look like today had we remained in the Malaysian Federation? Would we have been better or worse off? Here are 10 likely scenarios.