Amos Yee Found Guilty, But We Don’t Know The Sentence Yet

Third charge relating to LKY dropped Today (12 May), Amos Yee Pang Sang has been found guilty of hurting Christians' feelings, and posting an obscene image of Mr. Lee Kuan Yew with former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher. Amos' lawyer, Alfred Dodwell, has agreed to Amos going for probation, but it took...

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...

Guy Who Slapped Amos Yee To Spend Three Weeks In Jail

He slapped Amos to teach him a lesson, now he's being taught his own Source This guy, whose red shirt pretty much reflects his anger management issues, took the law into his own hands (literally). On the beautiful Thursday afternoon (30 Apr) before Labour Day, good ol' Singaporeans would be prepping for a...

PAP Will Probably Field These Two Candidates In The Upcoming General Election

Both men have left it to the PAP to decide if they will run It's probably really common knowledge by now that the General Elections are near. The different political parties have been doing their walkabouts, visiting the public and well, when two new faces were spotted in the Bishan-Toa...

Tower Transit Breaks The SBS/SMRT Monopoly On Public Bus Transport

The British firm is the first to win a bid under the government's new bus contracting model Today (8 May), the Land Transport Authority (LTA) awarded the first bus package for its new contracting model to Tower Transit, a company based in London but has an office in Singapore. Here are five...

Inter-school LGBT Support Group To Be Launched At Pink Dot

University students form LGBT support group Pink Dot returns to Hong Lim Park for the 7th year running this June 13 2015. The annual gathering of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community together with their supporters draws couple of unique highlights apart from the usual food, fun and...

New National Day Song Is A Step Up From 2013’s, Which Isn’t Saying Much

After the 2013 NDP song, even goats bleating would sound better The 2013 National Day Parade song was so terribad that Singapore needed a year to recover from the aural "experience" that was "One Singapore". Whoa-oh-oh-oh. Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh! Source There wasn't a National Day song in 2014, which is why you just can't seem to...

Alex Tan Changes STR’s Name After SPH Came Knocking

SPH takes issue with Alex Tan's usage of Straits Times Review In order to avoid legal issues with media company Singapore Press Holdings, Alex Tan has changed his website's name from Straits Times Review to... States Times Review. Oh. Wow. Here's the new picture for its Facebook page: Source Anyway, here's how the brief saga...

9 Things We Want To See On The Singapore-KL High Speed Rail

What if you could decide how you travel on the HSR? If you don't already know, a Singapore-KL High Speed Rail (HSR) is set to become a reality in the near future. Source And if you haven't got the rundown about what to expect, some quick facts are: The Singapore terminus will be...

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...

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