Friday, 08 Aug 2014
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has delivered four main points in his National Day Message 2014 today. He paid tribute to Singapore's pioneer generation and promised to strengthen our social safety nets by enhancing our healthcare and use of our CPF savings.
He also assured all Singaporeans that there will sufficient opportunities to fulfil our potential regardless of family backgrounds or circumstances. A strong economy is also integral to sustain Singapore's growth momentum and to improve physical and social infrastructure.
Wishing Singaporeans a Happy National Day, Mr Lee called upon all Singaporeans to come together to build a brighter future for all.
Our pioneers have worked hard to take Singapore from Third World to First. The Pioneer Generation Package is our way of saying a heartfelt 'thank you'.
Singapore has been 'my best home' for 35 out of the past 39 years.
Ng Eng Hen visits Tanglin Halt and Commonwealth, the neighbourhood he grew up in.
I wished that fellow Singaporeans rethink our position with an international perspective.
MPs laud the MLRC and government's commitment to protect Singaporeans.
Societies are still finding the right balance between freedom of speech and responsible online behaviour.
Dr Amy Khor shares her thoughts on President Tony Tan's address.
Malminderjit Singh, chairman of PAP Policy Forum said it is also memorable for its ability to achieve both economic and social agendas.
First time politician Edwin Tong, MP for Moulmein-Kallang GRC, involves his family in his grassroots activities.