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Singapore is now pouring almost S$60 billion into Covid-19 measures, including a S$600 payout for all adult Singaporeans

S$600 in cash will be credited into the bank accounts of all Singaporeans aged 21 and above by April 14.

Singapore is spending another S$48b to deal with Covid-19’s aftermath, for a total of S$55b – here are the targetted areas

The Prime Minister, Cabinet ministers and other political office-holders - as well as the President - will be getting a 3-month pay cut.

WATCH: Lawrence Wong chokes up while thanking Singapore’s frontline workers battling the coronavirus outbreak

Emotions got the better of Lawrence Wong and he had to pause twice to compose himself.

All motorised PMDs banned on footpaths from April, maximum fines to be doubled

The maximum penalty for a first-time offender caught speeding on public paths will be raised to $2,000 and a six-month jail term.

Parliament: Use of fake news law against opposition politicians is ‘the consequence of their actions’, says Iswaran

Singapore's fake news law has been invoked 4 times since it came into effect on October 2 2019, out of which 3 cases involved opposition parties or their members.

Parliament to introduce facial recognition attendance tracking system for MPs

It will enable Parliament to determine how many, and which, MPs are present during any sitting in real time.

Steve Chia takes over from Chiam See Tong as Singapore People’s Party chief, Jose Raymond is chairman

The 48 year-old was elected secretary-general three weeks after Chiam stepped down from the post.