The public service? Politicised? Surely not?!
This week: Karl Liew pleads guilty, and Lawrence Wong says the public service shouldn't be politicised, which definitely hasn't already happened definitely no more questions
More Lee family feud side drama
This week: Further action might be taken against Progress Singapore Party NCMP Leong Mun Wai over a Facebook post, and human rights lawyer M Ravi is given a five-year suspension.
Harassment and human rights reports
This week: Yet another investigation into human rights lawyer M Ravi, and Singapore doesn't look that great in human rights reports...
Who uses an awards ceremony for kids to kpkb about their rival? 😒
This week: Teo Chee Hean "hijacks" the Edusave Awards, questions are asked about senior leadership at SPH Media, and MOM sticks to mediation-first approach against workplace discrimination.
This Lee family soap opera just won’t end
This week: Here we go again with the Lee family feud.
"This response doesn't work? Let's double down."
This week: Deterrence isn't working out when it comes to drugs, so the government wants more deterrence.
Budgets, KPIs, and conflicts of interest
This week: the government offers increased grants for first-time buyers of HDB resale flats, but could that push up the price?
Evidence and accountability
This week: The government might appeal a court decision that granted a man $20,000 in damages for wrongful imprisonment.
Inadequate information, inadequate understanding
This week: A commentary asking the questions lots of Singaporeans have about the decision not to prosecute former senior management of KOM for their roles in a ginormous bribery scandal vanishes off the Singapore Law Watch website.
Wrongful imprisonment and questions about Singapore and Myanmar
This week: Catching up on the news of a man being awarded $20,000 for wrongful imprisonment, and on a report that implicates Singapore in Myanmar's weapons production.