PM Lee Is Confident MERS Will Hit SG, But More Confident That We’re Ready

We're more ready for a Singapore MERS outbreak than you think It'll be no surprise when the mask trend starts to surface again. Source According to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, here's 2 reasons why: 1) MERS has hit our neighbours, Malaysia and the Philippines. Source We're right in the middle of the June school...

Turns Out Joseph Schooling Has The Blues – Chelsea Blues, That Is

More reason for #SGPride: Joseph Schooling gets interviewed by Chelsea FC's website #OneTeamSG swimmer Joseph Schooling has been hogging the headlines recently -- he's won a whopping eight gold medals in the past few days alone, breaking all kinds of records along the way, and also demonstrated his inability to throw...

Singaporean Drug Dealers Are Now Sending Mass SMSes, Selling All Manners Of Drugs

When the underworld meets tech Malevolent drug dealers are seeking a greater outreach to sell their devious candy -- and they may now be sending mass SMSes peddling their wares. And boy, do they have a lot of candy. Ecstasy, heroin, cannabis (or weed) and amphetamines are just some of the...

Twitter Officially Opens Its Gorgeous Singapore HQ

Lucasfilm first, and now Twitter; who's going to be next? It might be common knowledge that Lucasfilm has an office in Singapore. Yup, the same Lucasfilm that produces movies like Star Wars and Indiana Jones. That made for some bragging rights; but now, Singapore can add one more to that growing list. Enter...

Zouk Eyes Clarke Quay And Risks Being Drowned In A Place Already Flooded With...

Zouk Considers Relocation To Clarke Quay Famous Singapore nightclub Zouk has told media that it is in talks over a relocation to Clarke Quay. Zouk says that there is no deal finalised yet, but there has been speculation that the club would move to Clarke Quay after entertainment firm Lifebrandz shut...

NTU Scholar Found Dead Under Hall Block, Cause Of Death Unconfirmed

Death befalls Pulau NTU again A year 4 student from China studying in the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) was found dead on the ground floor of Hall 10 (Block 51) on Sunday (7 June). She had been living on the 3rd floor of the...

Singapore Scores More Gold As NUS Clinches Top Spot In Asian University Ranking

NUS Retains Top Spot, NTU Climbs Up To Fourth Place National University of Singapore (NUS) retained top spot for a second year straight as Nanyang Technological University (NTU) moved up three places to be ranked fourth in an annual ranking of Asian Universities. Hong Kong University came in second, followed...

Sabah Quake: Bodies Of Missing Tanjong Katong Primary Student And Teacher Found

 Two Missing Singaporeans Amongst Those Perished, MOE The bodies of the remaining student and teacher from Tanjong Katong Primary School have been identified, MOE said on Wednesday. https://www.facebook.com/moesingapore/posts/10153887742842004?pnref=story Student Navdeep Singh and physical education teacher Mohammad Ghazi were the two remaining Singaporeans missing following the earthquake that hit the Malaysian state of...

AVA Releases Lab Results: Maggi Noodles Are Safe For Consumption

Turns out Maggi noodles are as safe as Singapore In an earlier report we published, we wrote that AVA had ordered Singapore importers to suspend sales of Maggi noodles made in India after some tests showed higher than permissible levels of lead in them. AVA then decided to conduct their...

Fear Of MERS Forces Singaporeans To Cancel South Korean Trips This June Holidays

Holiday Makers, Schools Cancel on South Korea Because Of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) In the wake of the seventh MERS death in South Korea since May, some Singaporeans are choosing to unpack their bags and change travel plans. Travel agencies reported that some customers chose to cancel or postpone their...

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