Assistant news editor Nicholas Yong argues that the MTF is undermining its own message on living with COVID.
Despite their gut-wrenching Suzuki Cup exit on Christmas Day, Singapore have regained belief and fan support in their road back to respectability, says Chia Han Keong.
The denial by Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai that she was subject to sexual assault in a media interview has raised more questions.
Loh Kean Yew lifted an entire nation by seizing his opportunity for a monumental achievement, something which the Singapore football team must do to get fans on their side.
Two wins so far have fuelled a healthy dose of optimism, but veteran sports journalist Chia Han Keong remains wary.
Implementing the workplace discrimination would lessen misperceptions about race among Singaporeans, media industry veteran PN Balji argued.
Two images pop up every time I think about GE2020 – for very different reasons. One shows Leader of the Opposition Pritam Singh talking to the camera on the last day of election campaigning and the other is that of Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, fumbling his speech on Nomination Day.
Veteran journalist PN Balji asks why no one in government spotted the flaw in Vivian Balakrishnan's promise that TraceTogether data would only be used for contact tracing.
I thought with the fourth generation leaders at the helm, the PAP would conduct the GE more sensibly with refreshing strategies, away from gutter politics of the past. But it was disappointing to see them rely on old methods which I felt made the campaign toxic.
Cherian George and Donald Low argue that the Sengkang Dividend from GE2020 can only be realised if leaders and citizens step forward to support a more participatory and deliberative democracy.
Despite the regulations in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic, young writer Sean Lim still enjoyed the build-up to this year's election.
Cherian George and Donald Low reflect on a negative campaign that could leave many Singaporeans disaffected and the country less prepared for the post-pandemic challenges ahead.
Veteran journalist PN Balji argues that pride played the biggest part in former Workers' Party chief Low Thia Khiang's decision to step down.
Veteran journalist Bertha Henson argues that the PAP shouldn’t just throw around this “need for strong and clear mandate’’. What does it mean by it?
A first-time voter says he believes that each General Election allows Singaporeans to make a stand about the type of social contract we want.
A meatier political broadcast will go far to educate residents on the importance of town council work which, after all, collects service and conservancy fees from them.
Singapore Democratic Party’s (SDP) Chee Soon Juan could have done better, says first-time voter Sean Lim.