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...

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...

4 Merged JCs To Bid Campuses Goodbye, 1.5 Years After MOE’s Shocking Decision

Merged JC Uniforms & Logos Ready For 2019 Launch Serangoon JC's sale of 30th anniversary merch, may not seem like a big deal to you. Source But this will probably be their last ever celebration -- as the school readies itself for a merger with Anderson JC next year. It's been almost a...

10 Outrageous NS Stories That Will Have You Reminiscing About Your Brothers-In-Arms: Part 2

Outrageous National Service Stories: Part 2 National Service -- the rite of passage that every Singaporean son has to undergo as they evolve from ah boys to men. Throughout the two years of serving the nation, blood and tears will be shed as budding soldiers forge impregnable bonds of friendships with...

Are Singaporeans Suffering From A LKY Hangover?

Duo arrested for illegal public assembly, netizens have no sympathy On 4 April, two men clad in identical red hoodies were arrested for holding up placards with the words "You can’t silence the people" and "Injustice" outside the Istana for half an hour, after requests from the police to stop...

6 Winners & Losers Of The Historic Trump-Kim Summit, Including Dennis Rodman

Trump-Kim Summit: Kim Emerges King But His People Are Still Starving In every game, there are winners and losers. Singapore bet $20 million on the summit, and we want to know the outcome of our gamble -- who won, who lost, and whether the summit was worth the jaw-dropping price tag. Winner:...

The Guardian Attacks Singaporean Way Of Life Through Bias Article

Article criticising Singapore's rule-oriented society After the Singapore Tourism Board (STB)'s attempts to advertise on The Guardian backfired spectacularly, it appears that the British news website decided to pander instead to the anti-Singapore Western crowd by publishing an article which chose to focus on the stereotypical Western beliefs about Singapore...

Balancing The Demands Of The Various Groups Of CPF Members

Why the CPF Review Panel will always have a horrible job This article originally appeared on DollarsAndSense.sg DollarsAndSense.sg weighs in with our views on why the CPF Review Panel has one of the most unenviable tasks in Singapore. Here is the one thing that the CPF Review Panel would have realized by...

Tiong Bahru Residents Fear Re-Zoning Will Worsen Noise & Parking Woes

Urban Redevelopment Authority's Move To Re-Zone Tiong Bahru Businesses Unpopular With Residents Tiong Bahru -- home to snaking lanes of hipster cafés, bakeries, post-colonial era buildings and streets named after philanthropists. Source We often forget that Singapore's first public housing estate is also home to actual residents. Given the influx of new businesses,...

Here’s Something About Rape In Singapore You Probably Never Knew

According to Singaporean law, wives and men cannot be raped A law somewhere in Singapore's penal code has caught our eye. A law that seems rather archaic, even if it was brought into effect a long time ago. And we were notified of that law with this tweet. https://twitter.com/thelocalrebel/status/647386362635685889 Still can't see it? How's this? Source Yep -- rape in...

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