Malaysia Apologises To Vietnam Over Violent Fans During Suzuki Cup

Malaysian Football Fans Attack Vietnamese Fans During Semi-Finals The explosive behaviour of Malaysian football fans who attacked Vietnamese supporters during the AFF Suzuki Cup semi-final first leg at Shah Alam Stadium has forced an apology from Malaysia's sports minister Khairy Jamaluddin. Five people were arrested and at least one Vietnamese fan...

Don’t Play Play With PM Lee’s Warnings. Hacker Jailed For Defacing PMO Website

Hacker Entered Unauthorised Computer Code Into PM's Website A 28- year-old man has been sentenced to two months jail for defacing Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s office website during a spade of cyber attacks last year. Mohammad Azhar bin Tahir was found guilty of "unauthorised modification" of the website on 7...

SIA Agrees To Pay The Difference For Business Class Tickets Mistakenly Sold At Economy...

Travellers Rejoice As SIA Agrees To Pay The Price For Its Error Singapore Airlines has allowed roughly 900 passengers to fly business class while paying for economy class prices in Australia after an embarrassing computer error, it said in a statement. To ensure no disruption to our customers’ travel plans, Singapore...

10 Things You Can Buy In Singapore With RM10

As oil prices continue to tumble, our oil-exporting neighbour to the north experienced their largest two-day loss since the 1997-98 financial crisis. At 5pm on Monday (1 Nov), S$1 could buy RM2.63 – a 10 month high. With this recent development, we decided to see what visitors from the other side...

The Two Most Expensive Buildings In The World Are In Singapore

Singapore, The Land Of Expensive Stuff According to this list on Wikipedia, Singapore is home to not one, but two of the most expensive buildings in the world. Marina Bay Sands seems a fairly straightforward choice, with its infinity pool and iconic silhouette now etched in our memory. The appearance of Resorts World...

A Scientist Is Giving $1,000 Of Her Salary To Fund Aspiring Artists With Creative...

There's got to be a catch, right? Frustrated by her uninspiring job at A*STAR, a Singaporean scientist is giving away part of her salary as a grant for local art projects of any genre, including visual arts, music, film, and literature. The brainchild of Dr Eng Kai Er — who is also a dancer-choreographer...

Sports Hub Decides Fake Is Better (And Probably Cheaper Too)

Update as at 20 Dec: The Sports Hub has decided that the pitch at the National Stadium will be natural grass. However, rather than ripping up and replacing the existing turf, the new surface will simply be placed on top of it. Who Says Growing Grass Is Easy? It's been called "sandy", "unplayable", and...

‘Kampung Boy’ Fandi Ahmad Wants To Retire In Batam

Fandi issues Batam 'Come and Get me Plea' Singapore's best — and some say JB — is moving to Batam. Fandi Ahmad expects to retire from coaching in three to five years, and when he does, he's moving to Batam. Singapore’s first footballer millionaire is a kampung boy at heart, and explained that he likes...

Middle Earth Wants Singaporeans To Migrate

New Zealand <3 Singaporeans An article persuading Singaporeans to move to New Zealand has been making the rounds of social media. The page focuses on topics potential emigrants might have reservations about, assuring readers that life in the land of the Haka is same same, “New Zealand has bustling towns and cities” —but different— “It’s...

New LTA Taxi App Attempts To Draw The Crowd Away From Uber & GrabTaxi

War Of The Taxis Ever since Uber and GrabTaxi took over the island last month, cabbies have been in a bind. No one's booking their services, so the LTA has upped the ante with their [email protected] app. Perhaps it's great timing, or perhaps it's foresight—Uber has waived its booking fares...

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