Singapore’s private education system is having a reboot. What are the problems plaguing the system and what new measures are in place to correct it?
Despite government initiatives to boost Singapore’s birth rate, the baby shortage in Singapore continues. What is causing this and what innovative approaches can the government take?
There has been a public outcry over Singapore’s Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority’s (AVA) decision to cull 24 chickens. Many citizens believe that the culling was unnecessary.
The Malaysian government has submitted an application to review the International Court of Justice judgment that awarded Singapore the island of Pedra Branca nine years ago. The timing of the application suggests the move may be motivated by the upcoming general elections.
Singapore’s job market has taken a hit because of the global economic slowdown. However, as Singapore’s economy looks to stabilise and restructure, the job market will need to have significant adjustments.
Singapore’s leisure spaces are under threat as more golf courses are being acquired for infrastructure and housing projects. Instead of removing leisure spaces, why not use the opportunity to innovate and make Singapore a housing pioneer?
Since launching the initiative in 2014, the city-state has made tremendous progress in its mission to become the world’s first smart nation by 2030. The fintech sector is leading the charge.
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Can Singapore’s style of honest and pragmatic politics continue to carry the city-state into next generation, or is there a need to change the principles that have steered the country to success thus far?
Facebook0TwitterReddit0LinkedinemailOnly one of Singapore’s attorneys-general was older than Lucien Wong when he recently took office. Rightly or wrongly, his age has become a talking point,…