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In a wide-ranging, 70-minute interview with local media at the Istana on Wednesday (Jan14), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the Government is changing. Mr Lee gave his take on the approach to governing a more educated and expressive Singapore society, the evolution of the political system, the Singaporean-foreigner divide, and the need to press on with efforts to restructure the economy.

He also reflected on his 10-year tenure as Prime Minister and his three decades in politics so far, as well as how the electorate has changed over the years, particularly with the advent of social media.

Indonesia’s Aceh no longer looks like the site of one of the world’s worst natural disasters

Once the rising star of the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition’s largest party, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s 16-year saga in and out of courts for sodomy charges has kept Malaysia on a political edge and shone the international spotlight on the country.Here are some of the key events in his political career:

Mr Joko Widodo was inaugurated as Indonesia's seventh president on Oct 20. Here's a look at Mr Widodo's rise.

Challenges facing next-gen electronic road pricing 
system surmountable if right investments are made, says expert

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PM Lee on S'pore's journey over the past 50 years, and the way forward

In a wide-ranging, 70-minute interview with local media at the Istana on Wednesday (Jan14), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the Government is changing. Mr Lee gave his take on the approach to governing a more educated and expressive Singapore society, the evolution of the political system, the Singaporean-foreigner divide, and the need to press on with efforts to restructure the economy.

Opposition leader Anwar was once a rising political star

Once the rising star of the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition’s largest party, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s 16-year saga in and out of courts for sodomy charges has kept Malaysia on a political edge and shone the international spotlight on the country.Here are some of the key events in his political career:

Jokowi’s road to Presidency

Mr Joko Widodo was inaugurated as Indonesia's seventh president on Oct 20. Here's a look at Mr Widodo's rise.

When you are running through hell — keep running

Last month, TODAY executive photojournalist Wee Teck Hian completed an event some consider the holy grail of ultra-races: The North Face Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc. The 44-year-old was among 12 runners from Singapore, and 2,300 from 77 countries in total, who took part in the 168km race. Into its 12th year, the UTMB passes through France, Italy and Switzerland. Here, Wee recounts the highs and lows of his adventure.

COE prices over the years

Cat E COE prices reached a peak of almost S$100,000 in Jan 2013 – see how it evolved from S$20,000 in Jan 2010 till today

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