The Singapore Herald saga
ON 28 May 1971, the publishing licence of independent newspaper the Singapore Herald was suspended by the government, which accused it of being involved in "black operations", of being funded by questionable foreign sources, of working up agitation against national policies and institutions, and of "taking on the government".
This is the Herald's side of the story, from articles printed in the last few issues of the paper.
(Articles are still being scanned-in and formatted. Links to them will be activated when they are ready and uploaded. Please return every week or so to see what's new.)