Apart from the weekly meet-the people session (MPS), Jurong GRC MP Ang Wei Neng brings himself to his residents by holding a “mobile MPS”...

In 1960, Mr Lee Kuan Yew said: “I have not the slightest doubt that I could govern much more effectively in [the people’s] interests.” With that...

Confession: I have defended the government, on many occasions. I have defended policies that seem backward and regressive to others (and even to myself);...

ANTANY PETER: The People’s Action Party has been ruling Singapore for the last 50 years. It is happy to rule forever by keeping the people in dark....

He’s the ultimate hero when it comes to deflection, Communications and Information Minister Yaacob Ibrahim. No wonder then, that he was appointed...

PAP HQ: The People’s Action Party (PAP) celebrates the 60th year of its founding this year. As the ruling party since Singapore attained self-government,...

ARIFFIN SHA: Here’s the transcript of a speech I made on July 5th 2014 at Hong Lim Park entitled ‘PM Lee, Do you hear the people sing?’   Time...

CAMDEN SEOW: Has the Straits Times been buying fake followers on Twitter? It appears that more than 120,000 of the Singapore state media’s followers...

Dr Chee Soon Juan spoke at the Australia Institute for International Affairs (AIIA), the oldest think-tank in Australia whose members comprise diplomats,...

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...