SINGAPORE — Nee Soon GRC Member of Parliament Louis Ng said on Tuesday (7 January) that he “won’t give up” in pushing for allowing cats in HDB flats.
SINGAPORE — The total amount lost to China officials impersonation scams was $18.8 million between January and November last year, rising from $12.8 million in 2017, said Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam.
SINGAPORE – The Education Ministry will complete a review of the practice of withholding original results slips for students with unpaid fees by next year.
SINGAPORE — When it comes to the issue of keeping cats in HDB flats, the government has to “strike a balance", said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong.
SINGAPORE — From 2016 to 2018, government healthcare providers treated an average of about 60,000 subsidised outpatients for mental disorders, said MOH.
SINGAPORE – The Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC) has not completed its deliberations, Chan Chun Sing, the Minister for Trade and Industry, said yesterday.
Minister for Communications and Information S Iswaran explained in Parliament the rationale behind certain rules concerning online political advertising.
SINGAPORE — The injury sustained by a full-time national serviceman during his static-line parachute training in Taiwan was the first such case since the course began in 1974.
SINGAPORE — There are an estimated 800 to 900 mynas roosting at hotspots near Yishun Avenue 3 based on a 2019 survey, said Minister of National Development Lawrence Wong on Monday (6 January).
SINGAPORE — The LTA has received 3,550 applications for its e-scooter trade-in grant for food delivery riders since the devices were banned from footpaths here.
Singapore's communications minister said on Monday it was a coincidence that the first few cases brought under a new fake news law were against political figures and parties. The law came into effect in October amid concern among rights groups and opposition politicians it could be used to silence
SINGAPORE — The number of accidents involving e-scooters on public paths has dropped “about 30 per cent” since the devices were banned from footpaths.
SINGAPORE — To date, 202 vice websites have been blocked by the police and the Infocomm Media Development Authority, said the Minister for Home Affairs and Law K Shanmugam on Tuesday (5 November).
SINGAPORE —Personal mobile device (PMD) retailers and sharing operators are frustrated over a ban of e-scooters along footpaths, as signatories for a petition calling for it to be reversed surged to over 14,000.
SINGAPORE — Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat appeared to fumble while defending a Parliamentary motion to censure the Workers’ Party (WP), even as WP chairperson Sylvia Lim labelled his motion relating to a High Court judgement on the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC) saga “premature”.
SINGAPORE — Dyson’s decision to scrap its plans for an electric car plant here were not due to Singapore’s lack of capabilities.
SINGAPORE – DPM Heng Swee Keat has asked WP MPs Sylvia Lim and Low Thia Khiang to recuse themselves from dealing with financial matters at AHTC.
SINGAPORE — The government has been working closely with online platforms such as Carousell and Instagram to stamp out the online sale of electronic vapourisers, said Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Health and Home Affairs Amrin Amin in Parliament on Tuesday (5 November).
SINGAPORE — Food delivery service provider GrabFood said customers may have to wait longer for their orders this week as the ban on the use of e-scooters on footpaths takes effect on Tuesday (5 November).
SINGAPORE — Any attempt to make a list of individuals and organisations who may be subject to foreign influence would be both “absurd” and “meaningless”, said Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam on Monday (4 November).
SINGAPORE — Owners of drones with a take-off weight of above 250g will be made to register their devices from 2 January next year, before they can be operated in Singapore.
SINGAPORE — Amid a rise in the number of accidents involving e-scooters, the government will ban their use on footpaths effective Tuesday (5 November).
SINGAPORE — Trying to navigate some town council websites is like stumbling upon an old blog you made in the 2000’s — wacky font sizes, wonky animations and thumbnails you won't know are hyperlinks until you actually click them.
SINGAPORE — Knowing how to identify “charlatans” is one of several important ways that would help young people to act responsibly and legally when pursuing political and social causes, said Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam in Parliament.