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Huawei Assured Consumers Of Continued Updates & Services, But How Will S'poreans React?

Huawei announced that users who have already bought its products will not be affected following its ban. It will continue to provide security updates and after sales services to its consumers. It did not forget to remind fans of its "substantial contributions" to the tech industry and users all over the world. Will Singaporeans remain indifferent or rush to sell their phones?

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DPM Heng: We Have No Nepotism In Temasek And GIC

DPM Heng: We Have No Nepotism In Temasek And GIC

Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat, in a reply to a Swedish journalist who pressed him on how Singapore prevents nepotism associated with a one-party government, have strongly rebutted claims that nepotism exists, and cited the examples of Temasek and GIC.

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Lee Hsien Yang Offered $20k To Help Activist Jolovan Wham In His Court Appeal

Singapore activist Jolovan Wham has expressed gratitude towards Lee Hsien Yang for offering $20,000. Wham is appealing against the High Court which found him guilty of scandalising the judiciary. He previously insinuated that Malaysia's judges were more independent than Singapore's. What will LHL have to say to this now that his brother is helping an activist he is so against? How will this feud unfold?

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Shanmugam Defends Video He Made With "Ah Lian"

Shanmugam Defends Video He Made With "Ah Lian"

Minister Shanmugam have come out to defend his heavily criticised viral video that he made with "Ah Lian", played by actress Michelle Chong. The video was released just a few days before the Fake News Bill was read and subsequently approved in Parliament, and the video was branded by netizens as the PAP's way to justify why Fake News Law is necessary.

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PAP Getting Full On Ready For GE, Search For Next Candidates Have Started

PAP Getting Full On Ready For GE, Search For Next Candidates Have Started

The PAP have been reported in their mouthpiece, the Straits Times as having started their selection process for the next generation of Yes men and women to take on the role of PAP candidates in the coming General Election. In case Singaporeans are still in the dark, lately, there has been an increase in the door-to-door visits done by MPs to their residents houses, signalling the beginning of showing their faces for the coming Elections.

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Dr Tan Cheng Bock's First Meet The People Session Drew Massive Crowd, Proves That He Remains Popular Among Singaporeans

More than 200 people showed up at Dr Tan Cheng Bock's first Meet the People Session last week. Dr Tan is leading his new political party called the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), and has evidently garnered the attention and support of many Singaporeans. He was grateful for the turnout and announced that his party will officially be launched in June. The Pappies should be scared of what is coming soon!

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BMW Driver Caught Swapping Licence Plates In Malaysia Petrol Station

BMW Driver Caught Swapping Licence Plates In Malaysia Petrol Station

A man was caught red handed and shamed on photos circulated online over the weekend, that showed him swapping the licence plate of his gold-plated BMW at a petrol station in Malaysia. Online comments speculated that he did that to avoid paying fines or possibly even to avoid getting identified for traffic offences that he was going to commit over in Malaysia.

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