10 Fires Broke Out In Singapore In One Month Alone, Is Singapore Getting Too...

10 fires that made the news in the last month Is it just me or does it seem like there is news of a fire breakout every few days? Just last month alone, there were at least 10 fire breakouts reported on the news. Flames lapped up houses, dormitories and...

Khaw Boon Wan Admits To Oversight In Columbarium Issue

The naive assumption made that led to public unhappiness Future residents of the Fernvale Lea HDB flats were previously enraged by the revelation of plans that a columbarium would be built near their housing estate. Who wouldn't feel cheated if such important information was in the finest of fine print? Source However, the...

Singaporean Footballers Kena Shoot For Not Dressing Properly At FAS Awards Ceremony

Upset Singaporean Writes In To Mainstream Media To Complain About Their Attires It's always important to dress appropriately no matter the event you're attending. This is especially so if said event - held at Marina Bay Sands nonetheless - was a formal awards ceremony dedicated to recognising outstanding achievements and showing...

7 Reasons Why Our National Stadium Has Been Nominated As World’s Best

Lee Hsien Loong outspends the Arabs Our beloved National Stadium finally makes the news for something other than its failed hybrid pitch. Believe it or not, the Stadium is running to be the Stadium of the Year 2014, a competition organised by website stadiumdb.com. Source To qualify for this competition, stadiums have to...

Desmond Kuek Talked About SMRT’s Cultural Issues Back In 2012, One Month After His...

Desmond Kuek Is Still Talking About Cultural Issues At SMRT, 5 Years Later On 16 Oct, SMRT CEO Desmond Kuek - alongside Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan and SMRT Chairman Seah Moon Ming - held a dialogue session with the media to address one of the biggest train faults this...

These Forgotten Images Of Singapore’s Past Will Make You Smile

Nostalgic Images Of Singapore From The 80s Singapore is transforming at bullet speed these days. A video uploaded by Guitar Music shows just how much things around us have changed since the 80s. The series of photographs taken by the tourist on his visit to Singapore shows the country’s incredible transformation,...

Chee Hong Tat Leaves Important Questions Unanswered In His Debate With Leon Perera

Senior Minister Of State Chee Hong Tat Teaches Us The Art Of Political Taichi The art of political tai chi, also known as dodging and deflecting the blame, is a crucial lifehack for most politicians, almost as elementary as knowing that 2 + 2 is 4. Senior Minister Of State Chee...

CNA Documentary Shows That The Class Divide Is Real In Singapore

The Class Divide Only Gets Worse In Our Schools "If you have the most expensive things, you're the most popular also." This is how one lower primary student feels about the rich and the poor in her school. So what exactly was "expensive" to the student? Smiggle pencil case, Smiggle bag, whatever...

Mainstream Media Critique Of Government Survey Has Us Intrigued

Business Times article criticises REACH survey for lacking full data and having leading questions Colour us intrigued, because a publishing company with links to the Government has posted an article critical of a government survey! The REACH survey quizzed people's opinions of the Budget 2015. Unfortunately, like this other REACH survey relating to the...

Retirement In Singapore Will Still Cost About $1,200 A Month

How Much Does It Cost To Retire In Singapore? Many millennials have a yolo attitude towards retiring. As a millennial myself, I enjoy spending my savings on things within my reach, rather than saving for something that is so far in the future that I can’t even envision it. Source Perhaps this...

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