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Josh Robinson Petition Will Probably Fail After Minister Shanmugam Comments That He Shouldn’t Comment

Josh Robinson Petition Looks To Be Fruitless Following intense public indignation over paedophile Josh Robinson’s lenient 4-year jail sentence, a petition has been started calling for harsher punishment on the deviant. But the petition seemed destined to be fruitless, after Minister for Law and Home Affairs K. Shanmugam gave his two...

Woman Fractures Mother’s Nose Over Korean Drama Dispute

A 24-year-old jobless woman punched her mother twice, fracturing her nose in a dispute over a cancelling their subscription to a Korean drama cable channel on 5 October. Today, she was placed on nine months' supervised probation. Korean drama fan Narelle Olivia Phoon Rujun overheard her mother, Jessie Chew Yit...

10 Witty Netizen Responses To Blogger Roy Ngerng’s Application To Join Reform Party

Blogger Roy Ngerng applies to join Reform Party According to Reform Party (RP) Secretary-General Kenneth Jeyaretnam, blogger Roy Ngerng has expressed his interest in joining the party. Mr Ngerng has sent his application on Wednesday (5 Aug) and it will be reviewed by RP's committee. https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=12&v=DNH0ROHf-3E Mr Jeyaretnam mentioned that if Mr Ngerng's...

10 Contenders For The Song Of The Summer

We predict the hottest song of the hottest season Ah, summer. The time of sexy tans, bikinis and board shorts, and iced tea by the beach of melting while you read this. Man, how we love 'summer' here in Singapore. While summer has little meteorological effect on Singapore, the season usually brings along...

“Tree Failure” Is Singapore’s New Catchphrase After “Ponding”

Singapore's New Catchphrase We can always count on our politicians to bring us to new linguistic heights. "Ponding" is simply passé now, though it still has strong name recognition by the public. The new phrase of the moment is "tree failure". New Linguistic Horizons Bet you didn't know that such a term existed. So...

AHPETC Gets Slapped With Lawyers’ Letter From FMSS, Demanding $3.5 Million

Looks like the AHPETC saga isn't coming to an end anytime soon The potshots just keep coming for Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC). After the Ministry of National Development (MND) accused FM Solutions and Services (FMSS) of overcharging AHPETC for services rendered, FMSS themselves are demanding $3.5 million from the beleaguered town council. According to...

This Elderly Man Deserves An Oscar For Flinging Himself Onto A Stationary Car

Is it a case of accident scam? Yesterday (8 April), along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, an elderly man who stood by the roadside approached a car when it neared him. He then raised his arms, seemingly attempting to cross the road illegally. The driver slowed down and came to a...

8 Budget 2017 Initiatives Announced That Will Give Singaporeans Something To Cheer About

Budget 2017 Is Here We know, the Singapore Budget isn’t exactly a riveting topic. But we think every Singaporean should know a few things about it -- namely, what are the things that will benefit us? When It Happened The Budget Statement was delivered by Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat on Feb...

MOM Has Come Up With A Helpful Infographic To Help Us Differentiate Degrees

For the last time, unaccredited degrees are not fake degrees In the aftermath of the IDA saga, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has come up with an infographic making clear the differences between accredited degrees (the degrees we get from actual universities), degree mills (unaccredited degrees), and forged degrees (actual...

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