Thursday, 19 Jun 2014
The party organ, Petir, was first published in April 1956. Over the years, Petir has evolved from a broadsheet format to a tabloid-sized newspaper, to a magazine look.
From the 1990s to the early 2010s, Petir was a bimonthly magazine. Today, it is published every quarterly and is also available online.
Flip through the photos below to see the evolution of Petir.
A look at how the party members' interpretation of the white-on-white uniform has changed over the years.
A look at how our membership cards have changed over the years.
Over the years, the party moved its headquarters several times.
Petir reproduces extracts from one of Lee Kuan Yew's essays to retrace the beginnings of the party since its formal inception 60 years ago.
PAP Party Resolution 2013 is the new way forward.
Women are the source of additional human capital for Singapore.
Women activists called upon the Government to address boldly key issues that worry senior citizens and more specifically older women.
Ideas about women becoming "game-changers" across various socio-economic, political and business spheres were raised.
Annual gathering is WW's signature event.