5 Things Sports Hub Is Doing Wrong

On 30 June 2014, Singapore Sports Hub’s National Stadium opened its doors with much fanfare. After all, $1.3 billion was exhausted in its construction. However, a slew of mistakes soon surfaced. 1. Stadium capacity Back in her early heydays, the Grand Old Dame saw a capacity of 55,000 with Singapore’s population...

What We Know About Missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501: Day 2

About The Missing Flight QZ8501 On 28 December, AirAsia Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control at 07:24 SST(Singapore Standard Time, GMT +8), about an hour after leaving the tarmac from Surabaya, Indonesia. The plane was headed for Singapore as it went missing over the Java Sea. It was...

Chew Chor Meng Bounces Back With 190-Episode Dramedy Despite 6-Year Battle With Illness

When the going gets tough, the tough gets going How would you react if you were diagnosed with an incurable disease? While most would break down and lament about the injustice of life, veteran actor Chew Chor Meng was determined not to let his illness bring him down. The well-loved actor,...

Kit Chan Pits Against Other Industry Veterans

To most Singaporeans, Kit Chan is a household name, with many remembering her as the singer of National Day Parade (NDP) Song, ‘Home’. This talented songstress, also dubbed one of Singapore's most multi-faceted artistes, made her entry into the Taiwanese market with her 1994 album ‘Heartache’. Recently, 42-year-old Kit Chan disclosed...

12 Things We Should Blame The PAP For

Singaporeans are a whiny lot. We love to complain, and one of the things we love to complain about the most is our government. The PAP gets flamed for a lot of things that happen here. So we've decided to compile a list of things that you should be...

STB Advertises On The Guardian, Leaves Readers Unimpressed

Britons unconvinced by YourSingapore Various Singapore-themed "listicles" have been popping up on British newspaper The Guardian's website. Sponsored by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), these lists detail everything that the well-heeled tourist can expect from our island nation, from nightlife, to architecture, and the perennial favourite, food.  The articles are written by Singaporeans well-versed in...

Stray Cats Of Nee Soon South May Soon Become Homeless

  Dr Lee Bee Wah has taken actions with regards to the stray cats. Pest control will be called in to cull the cats, as a result of a poll done with residents without the knowledge of Cat Welfare Society. You can help make a difference by signing the petition...

Top 10 Searched Singaporean Travel Places in 2014 And How To Get There DIRT...

Travel is all about experiencing the new. It’s the only thing you pay for that makes you richer, but you don’t have to break your bank or burn a hole in your pocket just to see the world. Yahoo! Singapore just released the top 10 places Singaporeans searched for...

This Taxi Driver’s Voice Will Surprise You

This one passenger was in for a treat Dr Thomas Manhart boarded a Comfort Delgro cab on the afternoon of 20 November, assuming it would be just a typical journey. After learning that his passenger is a voice lecturer, the 63-year-old taxi driver let slip that he used to take singing lessons with...

Local Website Offers $1 Taxi Deal….With A Hidden Twist

A Singaporean "premium lifestyle membership club" has come up with an unbeatable deal – take a taxi to anywhere on the island, and the ride will only cost $1! Here's how the deal from RivaLife (yes, that's what they're called) works: Basically, take a photo of your taxi receipt, send it to...

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