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Singapore’s electoral boundaries committee formed ahead of next general election

This is typically the first step leading to a general election.

Heng Swee Keat will be Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister from May 1, PM Lee announces on Facebook

Tharman has also been appointed deputy chairman at sovereign wealth fund GIC.

Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande on Singapore parliament “offensive” playlist

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande have both held concerts in Singapore previously and the list did not suggest any of these artists would be banned from performing again.

A Budget 2019 measure to cut foreign labour in the service sector has drawn mixed reactions from Singaporeans: Survey

The survey found that reactions to the Government’s efforts to gradually reduce the number of foreigners in the service sector are mixed.

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan is ‘fully prepared’ for surgery, warns seniors ‘never to jump out of bed’

The 66-year-old wrote: "At our age, it’s important to get up, pump the heart, stand up, feel that you are steady before taking the first step."

Former Singapore presidential candidate plans new opposition party

A former member of Singapore’s ruling party and presidential candidate said on Friday he had applied to set up a new party.

Blogger Leong Sze Hian files defence and countersuit against PM Lee

Mr Leong is seeking compensation for damage to his reputation.

PAP sets stage for Heng Swee Keat to be Prime Minister

Mr Heng, 57, who is Finance Minister, is expected to be named deputy prime minister at some point next year.

PAP likely to announce line-up of top 4G leaders on Friday

PM Lee intends to hand over the premiership by the time he turns 70, which is in 2022.