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8 Times SMRT Ltd (Feedback) Proved They Were The Heroes Of Singapore

Online vigilante group goes from zero to hero Starting out as a troll site to poke fun at SMRT’s train breakdowns, SMRT Ltd (Feedback) has since evolved into an online vigilante(h) group. Despite having the Protection from Harassment Act in place since late last year, it seems like our favourite...

Our SG50 National Day Parade, In Numbers

We take a look at some of the numbers from our SG50 National Day Parade Our nation celebrated its 50th birthday on Sunday (9 Aug). Politicians put aside their differences, and Singaporeans, regardless of race, language or religion came together to celebrate this joyous moment in history. This tiny little island...

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Yan Kay Kay [SM Spotlight 02]

SM Spotlight is a MustShareNews series where we put the spotlight on popular Singaporean social media celebrities. She's more than just a pretty face Does the name Yan Kay Kay ring a bell? Maybe you remember her as blogger queen Xiaxue's ex-BFF who was embroiled in the Xiaxue vs. Gushcloud saga. Or...

Milo Just Switched Up The Milo Game With MILO VAN MILO

Now you can enjoy Milo van Milo anywhere, anytime. Remember how excited you used to get when you saw the iconic green truck, with the word MILO emblazoned on it? They were almost the sole reason you dragged your lazy ass to the annual dreary school sports day. Source On other special...

Singtel Suffers From Mobile Data Breakdown. Again.

And Singaporeans' feathers have been ruffled once again So Singtel's data services are down. Source Former Nominated Member of Parliament Calvin Cheng called the Singtel outage "a tragic embarrassment". Source How can we be a Smart Nation without reliable data connectivity? Somebody CC Lee Hsien Loong please. Outraged netizens flood Facebook Source Source ERP is also technology, but...

The Holycrap.sg Debacle Is Exactly Why Singaporeans Aren’t Risk-Takers

These artistes are an example why Singaporeans are risk-averse You've probably heard of how home-grown family art collective Holycrap.sg had to take down their showcase at National Gallery Singapore's cafe and retail space Gallery & Co. https://www.facebook.com/282191788485602/photos/a.282199851818129.64516.282191788485602/979569858747788/?type=3&theater Now this incident has set tongues wagging with Singaporeans expressing disappointment and raising the question of...

20 Times LKY Was The Badass You Wished You Could Be

Young Lee Kuan Yew was probably the most badass person you'd ever meet Remember the times when Lee Kuan Yew was young and dangerous? Ok you probably don't. But, back in his prime, former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew was one of Singapore's most interesting people. He was Singapore's first Prime...

New York Times Pays Tribute To Singapore’s Sambal & All That Goes Into Making...

Singapore's Iconic Sambal Paste Makes It To The New York Times Singapore is well-known for its rich and flavourful food culture. Ask foodies and they will tell you that food is so good here because of all the chilli we use. And no dish relies on good chilli as sambal. Ahh,...

Subway Going For Halal Certification, Stops Selling Pork At All Outlets

Subway Confirms It Is Applying For Halal Certification, Stops Selling Pork At All Outlets On Wednesday (21 Mar), Subway Singapore confirmed that it is indeed gunning for Halal certification. The news shouldn't come as too much of a surprise, since MUIS hinted at it in January. MUIS is the agency that issues halal...

Hack Your Holidays In 2018: Use 9 Days Of Leave And Get 36 Days...

Only 4 long weekends in 2018 The Ministry of Manpower has confirmed the public holidays in Singapore for the year 2018. Unlike 2017, which had 7 long weekends, holidays that fall on either Monday or Friday are in short supply next year. Only 4 long weekends are forecasted, with one of...

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