SUREKHA A YADAV: Often in the lift that deposits me on my flat’s floor, I am quizzed by curious neighbours and their ilk on my Singaporean-ness. “Where...

CHUA CHIN LENG: I am not calling this the Singaporean Dream for good reason. Some Singaporeans have their dreams fulfilled and living very, very well...

In his 2014 National Day Rally, PM Lee Hsien Loong stressed that having relevant and deep skills rather than degrees can lead to good jobs that pay well....

The Singapore Police Force says it will work with the Ministry of Manpower to educate foreign workers here on Singapore’s law. This includes laws...

Redwire has its own Happy 10 Years message for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Here’s 5 reasons why we love you, PM Lee! Good luck in the next GE. And...

More Indian and Chinese businesses might be expanding to Singapore, going by the results of a survey by communications company, BT. 47 per cent of respondents...

In a joint statement, IDA and MOM confirmed that 3 of the 1,560 SingPass accounts compromised last month were used to make six fraudulent work pass applications. The...

Is MP for Ang Mo Kio GRC Inderjit Singh trying to be a maverick? His surprising rant against the ruling powers spans about 8 pages and 4400 words. For...

A long rant against the ruling powers in Singapore — of which he curiously happens to be a part of He’s unable to attend parliament sitting...

First generation Permanent Residents, New Citizens and women will soon get a shot at serving in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).   From the middle...

In 2008, Mr Lee Kuan Yew told the media that “without [foreigners], the jobs will not be there to begin with.” Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong reiterated...

Internet rules are necessary to restrain “pack behaviour” in social media and ensure civility between users, Singapore Prime Minister...

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are concerned about manpower and hope that the government’s restriction on foreign workers will be relaxed, noted...