Raeesah Khan wants a more progressive Islam in S'pore - and she wants the Govt to step in

Raising Muslim issues in an open secular setting adds to the bad perception of Islam by non-Muslims.

Netizens slam Raeesah Khan for her lack of political maturity in Parliament

One netizen wanted to remind Raeesah Khan that the parliament is not a kopitiam for gossips.

Self-proclaimed political analyst behind obscene S'pore Telegram group

Andy Wong Ming Jun is also a prime mover driver recently featured on TodayOnline.

Time for a mental health emergency hotline?

We know that when there’s a fire, we call 995. When you need the police, you call 999. But when you've got a mental health problem, who do you call?

1 in 5 youths in Singapore has experienced a mental disorder in their lifetime

The same study found one in 43 of those aged 18 and up has had a psychotic disorder in their lifetime - schizophrenia most common.

TOC snubs demand of apology by son of elderly woman with dementia who was allegedly "bullied" by police officers

The deadline for the apology was on July 12 but TOC has refused to accede to the demand.

Data shows for every 1 foreign PMET added, about 3 more S'poreans PMET hired

Of the 1.7 million workers in PMET roles in 2019, 61.7 per cent were Singapore citizens, 14.6 per cent were Singapore PRs and 23.7 per cent were foreigners.