The pound and UK assets could fall further on PM candidates’ lack of Brexit...

The debate between the five men vying to be the UK’s next Prime Minister emphasizes that the pound and UK assets can be expected...

Indonesia’s Constitutional Court to hold hearing of Prabowo’s legal challenge against Jokowi’s Presidential Election...

Indonesia’s Constitutional Court has allowed the hearing of opposition former presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto’s lawsuit against his political opponent President Joko Widodo, who remains...

Malaysia’s Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali slams allegations of his involvement in sex video...

Malaysia’s Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali has vehemently denied the allegations surrounding his purported involvement in a sex video scandal, dismissing it as “a...

Jose Raymond questions the lack of information given to residents of Potong Pasir over...

On Monday (10 June), Jose Raymond of Singapore People’s Party took to his Facebook to seek answer on why the residents of Potong Pasir...

PM Lee’s Vietnamese “invasion” remarks “suggest an insolence” to Khmer Rouge massacre victims; politicians...

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s recent remarks on Vietnam’s intervention in Cambodia preceding the Khmer Rouge regime’s downfall “suggest an insolence” to over 1.6mil...

PM Lee commemorates 60th anniversary of autonomous Singapore’s first Cabinet swearing in

Self-governing Singapore’s first Cabinet was sworn in at City Hall on 5 June 1959 after the People’s Action Party (PAP) secured 43 of 51...

Vietnam’s envoy to Cambodia on PM Lee’s online remark: We have not forsaken lessons...

Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported yesterday (‘Singapore PM Stirs Flap in Cambodia by Bringing up Vietnam’s 1979 Invasion‘, 5 Jun) that the Cambodian officials...

Cambodian Govt to call up Singapore Ambassador over PM Lee’s controversial remarks

The Khmer Times reported today (6 Jun) that the Cambodia government would be calling up the Singapore Ambassador soon to discuss the controversial remark...

Diplomatic rift mounting between Cambodia and SG over PM Lee’s remark on FB

It has been reported that the Cambodia’s Defence Minister General Tea Banh and Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) legislator Hun Many have both openly rebutted...

Vietnam joins in to condemn PM Lee’s online remark

The VN Express reported today (5 Jun) that Ms Le Thi Thu Hang, spokeswoman for Vietnam’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said Vietnam “regrets” that...

French Minister of the Armed Forces to attend the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore this...

Florence Parly, Minister of the Armed Forces, will be in Singapore tomorrow (1 June) to attend the Shangri-La Dialogue, an international conference dedicated to...

Not about S. China Sea dispute anymore but working with China for ‘stable and...

MINDEF announced yesterday (29 May) that China and Singapore have agreed to revise a defence pact so as to “deepen defence ties and step...

Ng Eng Hen: Not about S. China Sea dispute anymore but working with China...

MINDEF announced yesterday (29 May) that China and Singapore have agreed to revise a defence pact so as to “deepen defence ties and step...

Singaporeans reveal that the Government has failed its duties to look after seniors in...

On Sunday (26 May), the People’s Voice Party (PVP) visited the Choa Chu Kang GRC and Pioneer SMC in order to get in touch...

PMO convenes Public Sector Data Security Review Committee, following recent cybersecurity breaches in public...

A Public Sector Data Security Review Committee has been convened by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) in the wake of several cybersecurity breaches involving...

Around 2.6mil Singaporeans eligible to vote in upcoming GE: Elections Department

A total of 2,594,740 Singaporeans are eligible to vote in the next General Election (GE), according to the Elections Department (ELD).The current figures mark...

Thai anti-junta party leader faces possible disqualification from election due to allegations of illegal...

BANGKOK, THAILAND — The billionaire leader of an upstart anti-junta party which scooped up millions of votes in Thailand’s disputed election last month faced...

Sleepless nights for many political candidates following their defeat in Indonesia’s most recent presidential...

by Andri Sulistyo with Kiki SirigarJAKARTA, INDONESIA — Political hopeful Yayat Abdurahman bet that he would be a winner among some 245,000 candidates in...

PM Lee: Online falsehoods to ‘manipulate opinions, influence elections’ will be checked

In a speech at the 29th Inter-Pacific Bar Association conference yesterday (25 Apr), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that online falsehoods attempting to...

How would we know whether or not the government is “doing things right” to...

While I understand the need for a strong and stable government, I would have to disagree with former Prime Minister, Mr Goh Chok Tong...

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