Yishun Park Hawker Centre Faces Crisis As Almost 1 Out Of 5 Stalls Leave...

Yishun Park Hawker Centre Crisis: Hawkers Cite Inaccessibility, Automated Tray Return System & Revenue Problems Yishun Park Hawker Centre --  a next-gen hawker with basically every odd stacked in their favour. Source Home to 43 hawker stalls in a spanking new building, equipped with a smart tray return system, a dedicated app for cashless...

Team Predictions For Lawyer M. Ravi’s Great AMK Run

Plaintiff: M. Ravi; Defendant: PM Lee Hsien Loong So activist lawyer M. Ravi has just announced that he will be running in the next General Election as an independent candidate, meaning that he will not stand with any political party. He also proclaimed that his campaign would have a "Singaporeans...

5 Ways To Best Remember Singapore’s History

The best way to commemorate our founding fathers could be a decision you make The future of remembering our little red dot's past is very much alive, and not only in Parliament. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong, and other experts wish for the public to...

What Really Went Down In Operation Cold Store

Explained: Operation Cold Store A report released on 25 January by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) listed the events that were most and least remembered by Singaporeans. Controversial events like the discovery of a Marxist Conspiracy plot, and Operation Cold Store were least remembered. Since an ancient Chinese proverb instructs us to...

ICYMI: 4 Stories You Missed This Week — 15 June to 18 June

What have you missed for the week from MustShareNews? 15 June Pink Dot is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rally that celebrates our freedom to love. This year, the rally was attended a record number of 28,000 people. MustShareNews went down to the rally for the first time at Hong Lim...

Gurmit Singh’s Daughter Sparks Debate In Parliament, Amidst Other Minor Issues

Not A Hung Parliament But A Dumb Parliament The current session of Singapore’s 12th parliament has just been adjourned. While everyone was paying attention to the Sim Lim Square saga, I was busy noticing what else our esteemed leaders of this little red dot seemed to be concerned about. One question Dr Chia Shi-Lu...

Singapore’s Education System Only Needs Some Tweaks, Rather Than A Entire Overhaul

The Singapore education system is still "unfixed" -- but is fixing required? The debate over education in Singapore has been raging for as long as anyone can remember. Recently, Dr Tony Wagner, an expert-in-residence at Harvard University’s Innovation Lab, suggested that Singapore's education system would only develop good test-takers and not innovators...

4 Ways MINDEF’s Stance On Ben Davis Affects The Future Of Singapore Sports

How MINDEF's Unwavering Stance On National Service Impacts Singapore Sports So everybody probably knows Ben Davis, who recently signed a 2-year contract with the Premier League Fulham Football Club, has had his National Service (NS) deferment request rejected. The Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) released 2 statements explaining why it had rejected...

CPF Board Hopes To Teach Students About CPF Earlier, So It’s Less Cheem When...

CPF Board hopes students will "develop an appreciation for CPF" at an earlier stage.

Foodpanda’s Masked Delivery Man Crisis Is A Lesson In How Not To PR

Foodpanda's Public Relations Crisis With Their Masked Delivery Man Was he a Foodpanda delivery man or was he not? That question was on everybody's mind this week as the food delivery company put out conflicting information about a supposed deliveryman making hoax deliveries. The saga began earlier this week, when some Singaporeans...

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