Most businesses and social activities will be allowed to resume from Friday (June 19), the second phase of Singapore's reopening after the circuit breaker period, the authorities announced on Monday (June 15).
Things however came to a head when some members expressed their disagreement with the way talks are conducted, a source familiar with the matter told Fathership today (Apr 16).
Lim who is also the leader of People's Voice Party (PVP) may be on the brink of bankrtupcy if claims against him are successful.
"...Datuk Seri Najib is a victim of a scam, and misrepresentation by Jho Low and Nik Faisal" - Najib Razak's lawyer
Singapore is tackling these headwinds from a position of strength, Mr Heng said.
The Government should disclose how it decided on the amount to set aside in its contingency funds, Workers’ Party (WP) members said in
An app expected to be rolled out in the last quarter of 2020 plans to match donors with food to give away.
Landlords will have to dig into their pockets to provide SME tenants with more rental relief.
Employers have to compensate their employees for injuries sustained during work-from-home arrangements.
Why would China go to the trouble of capsizing the global order when it can simply take it over?
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook on Thursday (Jun 4) began labelling media organisations whose editorial calls may be under the influence of governments
The May 15 decision went unannounced to the public and appears to be the first major reversal of infrastructure policy by the three-month-old Perikatan Nasional government.
For a start, the scheme will apply only for business and official travel, for flights between Singapore and six provinces in China.
The huge spike in global unemployment and the rising trend of permanent remote working could buck the anti-globalisation shift.
More than 370,000 people around the world have died from Covid-19 and the toll is mounting.
The Govt will be setting up a new office to double to promote adoption of digital tools.
In the race towards a cure for Covid-19, repurposing drugs for other diseases may benefit patients afflicted with the coronavirus.
NSFs under the work-learn Cyber NSF scheme will now be able to pursue their part-time tertiary studies at NUS
Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, the Economic Development Board (EDB) has in the first four months of this year secured about S$13
Is Singapore prepared to have 2,500 babies born here every year grow up to be construction workers?
SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - Using the names of local brands and celebrities, scammers are targeting Singaporeans in an elaborate scheme to steal their personal data.
A rise in racial abuse linked to Covid-19 highlights a gap in human rights legislation: why is there no federal law punishing racist acts as a crime?
Finding a "Goldilocks position" to release the guidelines on campaigning and voting during the Covid-19 pandemic is the challenge facing the Elections Department (ELD).
Just six months ago, South Korean pop darling IU belted out her hits to a packed hall at The Star Theatre over two days.
SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - Polytechnic graduate Dian Afiqah Salaihuddin had planned to get a full-time job after graduation so she could save up for university.
Employers in Malaysia will be given a three-month grace period to make arrangements before enforcement starts on September 1.
YouTube's automated comment filters were deleting comments that contained two key Chinese language phrases.
The Israeli government awarded a $1.5 billion contract to build the world’s largest desalination plant, beating out China-based CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.
MCCY will be distributing free national flag to some S'pore households to rally the nation together against Covid-19. Application closes on 3 Jun.
The China Daily, an English-language paper owned by the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China, shared the illustration online on Monday.
China’s “bat woman” researcher warns that the deadly coronavirus surfacing now is “just the tip of the iceberg” in terms of what humans may soon face without a global …
Compared to Dr Tan, Lee Hsien Yang has a sterling background in managing big organisations - a trait PSP badly needs.
Does posting, even to a small group of friends, on social media mean that a user is forfeiting all expectation of privacy? Yes, Facebook argues.