From: Quek Chee Seng Dear Editors, As a Singaporean, I have a 2 questions for ICA: (1) Is ICA still an agency that Singaporeans can trust if you cannot...

  Catherine Lim- I had thought to keep quiet during this period of political transition while watching events unfold. But what is happening currently...

I write for Redwire Times Singapore when I’m not drunk. I still do when I am drunk. And this whole constructive debate has left a very bitter aftertaste...

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Worker’s Party Chief squared off in parliament over constructive politics in Singapore. Here’s the transcript of...

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...

More than a hundred people and 6 organisations have signed an open letter to the Singapore government calling for responsible treatment of those arrested...

Five teenagers, believed to be behind the vandalism at the rooftop of a Toa Payoh HDB block, were charged in court on Saturday. They were arrested on...

“It becomes like pack behaviour. You scold, you swear, you curse. All the wrong instincts get fed and in a group, there’s a certain group dynamic and...

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

PAP Town Councils Coordinating Chairman Dr Teo Ho Pin says there was “no breach of security measures”, the town council involved says it has...

Some 600 people attended the May Day Rally at Hong Lim Park yesterday – a far cry from the 4000 that showed up for the same demonstration last year....

Let’s face it, for some time already there’s been a rising wave of xenophobia creeping into Singaporean society. The fury sparked by the Filipino National...