She does not want the Oxley home to turn into a shrine and believes that LKY would not have changed his mind or considered options other than demolition.
He will not be crowdfunding for fear of making people feel burdened, but added that those who are "adamant" on helping him can finance the news site.
On 6th Sep, Michael Toh Thiam Hock, a 69-year-old man, alleged on FB that the Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board had only transferred $15 into his POSB savings account for his retirement expenses in September. In his lengthy FB post, Toh…
On 6th Sep (Friday), a 32 year old woman was caught on camera in a road dispute in Chinatown. The incident purportedly happened along Upper Cross Street at 10.24pm. Two videos of the dispute were uploaded onto social media and had gone…
Netizens were not appeased.
TOC's editor, Terry Xu, has received a Writ of Summons and Statement of Claim after failing to take down false allegations against PM Lee and his office. Xu has 8 days to decide if he intends to contest the claim.
TOC has refused to comply to the letter of demand by the Prime Minister's Office. It believed that it was just reproducing what the Lee siblings have claimed and is prepared to face legal action.
On 25th Aug 2019, members of the People's Voice Party (PVP), Lim Tean, Mohamad Nassir Ismail and Leong Sze Hian shared their thoughts on Singapore's political scene in a public forum titled “ Will the Singapore Opposition Achieve a…
The SPP will be conducting a party conference next month to recruit new members. At the same time, Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss has just resigned from the party. Will she join a bigger team? What will happen to SPP?
The Online Citizen (TOC) has been accused of making false allegations about PM Lee and the Oxley saga. It has removed the post but will face legal action if it does not issue an apology soon.