The authorities in Singapore have not received any confirmation on "specific plans" to address the offensive content in 'Red Lines: Political Cartoons and the Struggle Against Censorship’, said the MCI press secretary.
"Red Lines: Political Cartoons and the Struggle Against Censorship" was banned in S'pore as it has "multiple objectionable images".
Leader of the House Indranee Rajah accused NCMP Leong Mun Wai of trying to "grandstand" as she reminded MPs to exercise their parliamentary privilege responsibly.
While work-from-home (WFH) arrangements are set to become a more mainstream option, the government will not be rushing into making "hasty legislation".
The studies by autonomous universities on Singapore topics is evidence that academics do not shy away from politically sensitive topics, said Minister Maliki Osman.
Just as individuals take a yearly flu shot, Singaporeans may also need to take a yearly booster shot as Singapore transits into the endemic phase of the pandemic, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung.
Two licensed trust companies with operations in Singapore were under “intense scrutiny” by MAS before they were named in the Pandora Papers.
The AGC is satisfied that forged statements by an investigation officer had no impact on the outcome of eight Coroner’s Inquiries, said Minister K Shanmugam.
Expanding the age range of the Appropriate Adult Scheme for Young Suspects may result in delays in police interviews, said MOS for Home Affairs Faishal Ibrahim.
The Workers' Party has set up a disciplinary panel to look into Sengkang MP Raeesah Khan's admission of lying in Parliament.
Consumers in Singapore may see a hike in electricity prices next year as energy prices increase globally, said Second Minister for Trade and Industry Tan See Leng.
It is not yet time to loosen dining restrictions to allow groups of up to five to dine in at F&B establishments, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung in Parliament on Monday (1 November).
The WP MP Raeesah Khan should not have “shared an account that contained untruths” in the House, said the WP’s chief Pritam Singh.
Sengkang MP Raeesah Khan admitted that she did not accompany an alleged rape victim to the police station as previously stated in the House and made a tearful apology.
A total of 1,500 healthcare workers have resigned in the first half of 2021, compared to about 2,000 annually before the pandemic, said SMS for Health Janil Puthucheary.
While Singapore has the resources to increase ICU capacity, it lacks the manpower to man the additional units effectively, said SMS for Health Janil Puthucheary.
The Singapore Parliament has repealed the Sedition Act, as key aspects of the Act have not been relevant in modern Singapore for a long time.
Ex Singapore Armed Force officers have “valuable experience" relevant to their senior management roles in the public service, said Education Minister Chan Chun Sing.
The Singapore National Paralympic Council is holding talks with private sponsors to boost cash awards.
Singapore on Monday (4 October) passed a controversial law to counter foreign interference after more than 10 hours of intense debate in Parliament.
Singapore is facing one of the “most serious threats” from foreign parties seeking to undermine the country, said Law and Home Affairs Minister Minister K Shanmugam on Monday (4 October).
The Law and Home Affairs Minister made his comments during the Parliamentary debate on the controversial FICA.
The government has always planned for the possibility of a "big surge" in COVID-19 cases, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung in Parliament on Monday (4 October).
The police will interview Workers' Party Member of Parliament Raeesah Khan over her claims in Parliament.