Letter writer in PAP-controlled Today says WP has let voters down and alludes to wrongdoing in the set up of FMSS. He makes the sweeping statement that the fact that FMSS was formed shortly after GE 2011 “may indicate an intention to profit from an existing relationship with the WP.”
- PAP Chooses to Punish all Punggol East Residents just to 'Fix' the Opposition
- I Worry for my Grandchildren
- The Truth About PES F
- My CNY Converstaions with Relatives: Those who Only Read MSM are Blinded
- SMRT Goes Out of Their Way to Help Commuter Retrieve Lost $50
- Is TRS the Root Cause of Xenophobia in Singapore?
- PAP MP Tin Pei Ling is Pregnant
- Does Singapore Really Enjoy Surpluses Every Year or are we Actually in Debt?
- I Vote PAP for its Track Record – Not Goodies Dished Out
- Almost Half of all Flats Built in 2013 and 2014 are Private Condo Units
Many would not have missed noticing that of late there has been an outpouring of angry, hateful or even venomous statements against our dear leader who may be on his death bed. (The term "venomous" reminds me of the dear leader's personal description of Islam, a religion which commands more than 1.6 billion followers the world over) I am trying to understand why is this so.
Hong Kong's leader said on Tuesday that the government is looking to restrict the number of Chinese tourists entering the city, following a public backlash over the influx of mainland visitors. The announcement came after a leading travel body said official figures showed the volume of mainland visitors over the Lunar New Year period fell for the first time in almost 20 years - attributing the trend to the frosty reception they receive.
Minister Tan Chuan-Jin has somehow been able to find an elderly tissue paper seller who actually sells tissue paper for fun and to 'occupy herself'. Posting about his encounter on Facebook, Minister Tan said that he met the woman and chat to her but didnt get the sense that she needed assistance or that she did it because she had no money.
A PASSENGER who had a stash of alcohol bottles on a plane allegedly touched a woman and viewed pornographic material while pleasuring himself, a horrified Australian traveller claims. The shocking incident occurred on board Jetstar flight JQ12 from Narita, Japan, to the Gold Coast on December 6. Nathan Paterson, 29, is so furious about the way the airline dealt with the situation both during and after the flight, that he decided to warn the public about just how wrong things can go in the skies.
It was recently announced that the Ministry of Law had accepted recommendations to remove 8 UK law schools from the list of approved overseas law schools for Singapore Students. In response, the Law Society has said that such a move is "logical" given the fact that there are too many law graduates and not enough training contracts for them here.
A seven-month-old tiger fell to its death from a Chinese high-rise building, state media reported on Wednesday, apparently frightened by Lunar New Year fireworks. A couple driving home from a New Year’s dinner found the animal – which they initially thought was a large dog – next to the building in Pingdu in the eastern province of Shandong and called police, according to a report in the regional Peninsula City newspaper.
A college student has been charged with sexually assaulting 19-year-old woman after he allegedly attempted to recreate Fifty Shades of Grey. Mohammad Hossain, 19, is accused of tying up his victim, a fellow student, whipping and punching her before raping her in his dormitory at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Media calls for incomes’ transparency According to the Straits Times news report “Make foreigners, PRs count in income data” (Feb 26) – “It is worth noting that there remain significant gaps in national income data which should be plugged. First, there is a need to distinquish more sharply between citizens’ incomes and those of permanent residents (PRs) – and both must be made public..