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The Straits Times Reports “Loch Ness Monster” Sighting

The Straits Times Finds Loch Ness Monster In a bid to stay relevant in the face of declining readership numbers, The Straits Times ran a story on Sep 12, 2014 with the headline. “Could this be an image of the Loch Ness monster?” To support their claim, they attached a picture...

Grace Fu Has A Radical Idea To Increase Women In The Workplace — By...

Minister of Community, Culture and Youth wants more female board members "This is not about giving preferential treatment to a specific gender", says MCCY chief Grace Fu, as she unveils her new initiative advocating for at least 20% of female directors to be on company boards by 2020. Unofficially titled the "20-20...

Should Singapore Be Worried As Mahathir Cosies Up To Indonesia?

Mahathir's Visit To Jakarta Says A Lot About The State Of Singapore-Malaysia Relations It wasn't as momentous as the recent Trump-Kim Summit, but this week's meeting between Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and Indonesian President Joko Widodo was certainly significant. Mr Widodo rolled out the red carpet for Dr Mahathir, who was...

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...

10 Things Teachers In Singapore Do That Aren’t Acknowledged Enough

10 Things Teachers Pay For, According To Experienced Educators Most of us have teachers who've given us something precious in our schooling years. Whether it's a funny cartoon pencil on Children's Day or motivational stickers for getting full marks on a worksheet. MOE's recent policy involving teachers having to pay for parking in...

9 Singaporean Ministers And Their Completely Plausible Alternate Career Paths

What would the Ministers do if they weren't Ministers? We see them on the TV, we read about them and they lead us. But have we ever wondered what they could have been if they weren't our leaders? MustShareNews take a look at what 9 Ministers could be if they weren't Ministers. 1....

Could the Aljunied GRC be the Four-Minute-Mile Feat For Opposition Parties In Singapore?

Before Aljunied GRC, no one thought it was possible The Group Representation Constituency (GRC) System was introduced in Singapore in 1988, for the purpose of ensuring that the minorities in Singapore are well-represented at the Parliament through the contesting of political parties in a group that consists of at least...

12 Reasons Why Low Thia Khiang Retiring As WP’s Secretary-General Makes Us Cry Until...

Low Thia Khiang Steps Down As Workers' Party's Secretary-General To Make Way For Pritam Singh Low Thia Khiang's legacy as the chief of Singapore's leading opposition party, will fondly be remembered by all his supporters. Source But how did Mr Low remain an opposition mainstay and a force to be reckoned with...

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:...

SICC Head Says Singaporeans Have Sense Of Entitlement, Netizens Respond

According to SICC head Victor Mills, Singaporeans think the Government owes them a living. Victor Mills is a 55-year-old Singapore citizen born in Northern Ireland. He was posted to Hong Kong, and then Singapore while working in an international bank during the 80's. As chief executive of the Singapore International...

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