Sino-US relations & the Asia Pacific
11 January 2012 8:44 PM | 1 Comment
Dr Aaron Friedberg discussed how the changing dynamics of Sino-US relations will impact the Asia Pacific regionRead More
Press Conference on Ministerial Salary Review
04 January 2012 1:48 PM | 1 Comment
Committee recommends removal of Pension Scheme and 30% cut to Cabinet salaries.Read More
LTA shares findings of inspection of N-S & E-W lines
19 December 2011 1:43 AM | 3 Comments
Transport Minister shares the findings of visual inspection of the affected SMRT train tracks.Read More
LTA on 3rd MRT breakdown this week
18 December 2011 7:41 AM | 2 Comments
The disruption of the North-South Line on Thursday and Saturday exhibits "worrisome" similarities.Read More
SMRT responds to media on North-South Line breakdown
18 December 2011 5:26 AM | 2 Comments
Catch SMRT's press conference on its biggest service disruption on video here.Read More
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Political Parties discuss GerrymanderingPosted on February 28, 2011 | 4 CommentsPAP, RP, NSP and WP discuss the impact of the new electoral boundaries.
NSP responds to the Budget 2011Posted on February 21, 2011 | 1 CommentPAP failed to address the 'Growth at all cost' model, says Goh Meng Seng.
‘Kingmaker’ TOC to be GazettedPosted on January 11, 2011 | 9 CommentsThe PMO's move to gazette The Online Citizen as a political association has caused disquiet in the political circles, Donaldson Tan reports.
Sneak preview to General ElectionPosted on December 17, 2010 | 1 CommentSingapore's opposition leaders share their frank views on public policies at the TOC Face to Face Forum. Donaldson Tan reports. Podcast of forum's proceeding is available for listening.
Long term coalition cannot be based on anti-PAP or anti-LKY sentiments, says NSP Sec-GenPosted on October 4, 2010 | 3 Comments“What will happen when LKY dies or when PAP looses half its support?” Mr Goh Meng Seng asked at an electoral reform workshop. Donaldson Tan reports.
NSP responds to Singapore Budget 2010Posted on February 23, 2010 | 2 CommentsThe National Solidarity Party (NSP) appreciates the PAP Government efforts to invest in the productivity growth of Singapore, but we are also concerned whether the scheme would really benefit a majority of our Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs).