Drivers can spend an hour hunting for somewhere to leave their vehicles, with 367,000 more spots needed
Saturday, 3 March 2012
Friday, 2 March 2012
“Do you want Singapore to spend $36,000,000 yearly to sponsor at least two thousand foreign scholars?
Singaporeans have also had enough!
The locust plague has spread from Hong Kong to Singapore.
We strongly request the PAP government to tighten the overly lax immigration policy!
Stop immigrants from ‘invading’ Singapore unrestricted!
Protect the rights of Singaporeans and defend local culture.
We strongly request NUS disciplinary committee to mete out the most severe punishment to ingrate MOE scholar Sun Xu!”
Wednesday, 29 February 2012
These are increasingly prickly questions for Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to ponder, after the dismissal of an opposition lawmaker two weeks ago threw up the potential of a third electoral fight for Singapore’s ruling establishment within a year.
Tuesday, 28 February 2012
A judge called Tony Chan Chun-chuen “thoroughly dishonest and untrustworthy” yesterday while explaining his decision to freeze the fung shui master’s assets and stop him from dodging a HK$130 million legal bill to the late billionaire Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum’s estate.
Monday, 27 February 2012
Mainland developers have started another round of large-scale price cuts after property sales slumped in January.
Taiwan denied reports Monday that Singapore is suspending its long-standing military cooperation with the island after news of a rare visit by Taiwan’s defense minister to the city state was made public.
17-year-old boy Tao Rukun (陶汝坤), whose father is a government official in the Audit Office of Hefei City, forced into 16-year-old girl Zhou Yan’s(周岩) house, and poured lighter fluid over Zhou Yan’s head then lit it on fire, resulting in over 30% burned area and disfigured face, neck and chest.