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...

K Shanmugam Praises Fandi & Sons For Prioritising National Service Over Football

Fandi Ahmad's Sons Completed National Service Before Pursuing Football Law Minister K Shanmugam has finally shared his thoughts on the Ben Davis debate. In a low-key sneaky way. Apparently, he had a key role in ensuring Fandi Ahmad's son - Ikhsan Fandi - was enlisted early to serve his National Service...

S’pore Justice System Is Sending Wrong Message With Lenient Sentence For NUS Student Molester

It could set a precedent for future sex offence cases.

Ex-NMP Calvin Cheng Allegedly Slams Kuik Shiao-Yin, Then Deletes Post

Calvin Cheng Appears To Mock Fellow NMP For Only Representing The Views Of A Select Few On Thursday (17 May), Nominated MP (NMP) Kuik Shiao-Yin delivered one of her best speeches in Parliament. https://mustsharenews.com/kuik-shiao-yin-youth/ She rightly captured the mood of younger Singaporeans who were frustrated with current attitudes towards dissent and disagreement. While...
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4 Easy Ways The Water Hike Could Have Been Made More Acceptable For Singaporeans

Water price hike displeases Singaporeans, but the fallout could have been handled better After it was announced that water prices were set to increase by 30% in two phases in the Budget 2017 speech, Singaporeans were up in arms and shared a collective view on the matter. A 30% increase is a...

Ngerng Cross-Examining Lee At The Supreme Court Was More Exciting Than Mayweather Vs Pacquiao

PM Lee Cross Examined By Roy Ngerng For 3 Gruelling Hours Source The clash between Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Roy Ngerng came to a head yesterday (1 July) at the Supreme Court. PM Lee gamely accepted the challenge to be cross-examined by Ngerng. Ngerng has no form of legal training...

Singaporeans Confront Mental Health Stigma In Poignant Experiment

Mental Health Stigma Is A Real Issue In Singapore Some people say love doesn't discriminate. Well, neither does mental health illness. A bunch of Singaporeans learnt this lesson in more ways than you'd expect in a meaningful experiment by Beyond The Label SG. The viral video has garnered 1.6k shares in just...

12 Classic Internet Reactions To The 2015 Budget

What do Singaporeans and FTs really think about the Budget? Budget 2015 was delivered by Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam yesterday (23 February). There were a whole host of initiatives presented; some of which were yay, some were nay, and others were meh. However, comments from netizens never fail to make us...

Tembusu Students’ Open Letter To Our 4th Prime Minister Proves Millennials Care About Singapore

Tembusu College Students From NUS Write A Heartfelt Open Letter To Our 4th Prime Minister If you thought that millennials don't care about the state of our nation, think again. An open letter addressed to the 4th Prime Minister of Singapore - widely touted to be one of these three candidates...

NTU Students’ Survey Reveals 1 In 4 Singaporeans Suffer From Depression

Young people reach out to battle depression One in four young Singaporeans show signs of depression. Yet half of people affected by depression are not even seeking any help. The reason for not getting help? Fear of ridicule. Some find hard it to reveal their depression because of stigma. But lately,...

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