Lee Kuan Yew was a pioneer Singaporean who braced himself early on in life to face history's tumultuous tides full-on.
Singaporeans want to honour Mr Lee's legacy and elevate this modern country that he had built to greater heights.
Singapore is respected on the global stage because of the outstanding quality of its pioneer leaders.
Singapura dihormati di pentas dunia kerana mutu kecemerlangan pemimpin perintis. Cabarannya adalah untuk Singapura terus melahirkan kepimpinan sedemikian demi memastikan Singapura kekal relevan, kata PM Lee...
Dr Lam Pin Min shares his learning points from the Sengkang West columbarium saga and his work in the constituency.
Petir speaks to three core members of Tampines East meet-the-people session (MPS) team who are dedicated to helping fellow residents gain access to social services.
Women's Wing chair spells out the key direction for women activists in the lead up to the next general election.
More affordable housing, work-life balance and educational opportunities were the regular hot topics at the PPF 6th Council's inaugural dialogue.
Mr Lee Kuan Yew has left us peacefully but his spirit should live on, in all of us Singaporeans. The Singapore that he left behind is his greatest legacy to all of us.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's interview with the TIME magazine earlier this month.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at annual Ho Rih Hwa Leadership talks about the challenges Singapore will face over the next 50 years.
“We may be a small country; but we must have big dreams or otherwise we perish. Let us continue joining hands to achieve better lives for all Singaporeans.”
Ministry of Manpower (MOM) announced on 8 July, Wednesday a slew of measures to enhance support for Singaporean professionals.
A new book which examines the history of past Singapore elections has been published by Dr Chiang Hai Ding, a former member of Parliament and historian.
Comrade Sonny Wee, has served the community since 2005. The little things he does at the grassroots will eventually make a difference in someone’s life.
From January 2015, the Government has increased support to more than 10,000 low-income families through the early childhood education subsidies, Kindergarten Fee Assistance Scheme.