S'pore enters Phase 2 of pretending that the Coronavirus is over

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).

Backroom talks heat up among Opposition camps for GE; 3-way fights likely

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 Tean's uncertain future as pending claims against him amounts to S$1.3 million

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.

WP chief Pritam Singh urges more transparency on Singapore’s fiscal health, ground involvement in policy-making

The Government should disclose how it decided on the amount to set aside in its contingency funds, Workers’ Party (WP) members said in

China Doesn’t Want a New World Order. It Wants This One.

Why would China go to the trouble of capsizing the global order when it can simply take it over?

Facebook labels state-controlled media posts, will block ads

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook on Thursday (Jun 4) began labelling media organisations whose editorial calls may be under the influence of governments

Malaysia hands 5G spectrum to little-known firm controlled by politically linked tycoon

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.

Chinese newspaper prints cartoon depicting Australia as ‘yes man’ to United States

The China Daily, an English-language paper owned by the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China, shared the illustration online on Monday.

Progress Singapore Party: Time for Lee Hsien Yang to take the reins?

Compared to Dr Tan, Lee Hsien Yang has a sterling background in managing big organisations - a trait PSP badly needs.

You have no privacy on Facebook, even if your post is set to "friends-only"

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.