Kelly Ng

The Big Read: Despite non-contest, PE2017 generated lots of heat – what comes next?

The Big Read: Despite non-contest,...

September 15

SINGAPORE — It was a week of firsts for Singapore — the first reserved election, culminating in a first woman President and the first Malay Head of State in 47 years.

SMC guidelines apply even for electronic MCs: MOH

SMC guidelines apply even for...

September 15

SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) has cautioned that the issuance of medical certificates (MCs), whether in a paper or electronic format, carries with it the ...

MPs laud Chuan-Jin for being righteous and compassionate

MPs laud Chuan-Jin for being...

September 12

SINGAPORE — As they congratulated Mr Tan Chuan-Jin on his new appointment, several Members of Parliament (MPs) lauded his work as a Cabinet Minister.

Amended Act aims to improve running of property management organisations

Amended Act aims to improve running...

September 12

SINGAPORE — Changes to the Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act were passed yesterday, with Second Minister for National Development Desmond Lee stressing the aim of...

Building owners may have to beef up security measures under new Bill

Building owners may have to beef up...

September 11

SINGAPORE — Owners of buildings that are iconic, see high human traffic or house essential services will be required to put in place measures to bolster security and guard...

New Speaker urges MPs to tap on collective wisdom of S’poreans

New Speaker urges MPs to tap on...

September 11

SINGAPORE — Newly-elected Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin yesterday urged Members of Parliament to engage Singaporeans and tap on their “collective wisdom” so that the House...

Race matters to voters, Govt had to make ‘judgment call’ for reserved election: Shanmugam

Race matters to voters, Govt had to...

September 09

SINGAPORE — While some segments of the population may have their reasons for opposing the reserved Presidential Election, it was a “judgment call” the Government had to make to...

Govt to toughen laws to safeguard religious harmony: Shanmugam

Govt to toughen laws to safeguard...

September 08

SINGAPORE — Laws enacted to maintain religious harmony will be tightened next year, including those forbidding religious leaders from promoting hatred and ill will among...