Tan Chuan-Jin’s Pre-Owned Books Are Available For Charity — At $500 Or More

Parliament Speaker Tan Chuan-Jin Offers Signed Book Of Choice For Donors That Contribute $500 And Above For charity, of course. You won't be directly paying $500 just to get a second-hand book owned by the Speaker of Parliament, because that's kinda unreasonable. Instead, you'll be helping raise funds for less privileged students...

This SG50 Project About Neighbourhood Playgrounds Is Finally Worth Your Time

Playgrounds finally get their deserved time in the limelight SG50 has been propping up everywhere we go. From car stickers to marathons to concerts put up in the name of SG50, some brands are just over-using the campaign. Source Restaurants are also giving out SG50 promotions or changing their menus to accommodate...

Man Accuses Police Of Hitting Him And Causing Head Injuries

UPDATE (7 April) The police are currently in the process of investigation. They verified that a spot-check had indeed been carried out at a "public entertainment outlet" in Bras Basah Road, and that a 41-year-old man had been arrested. A policeman took Tan's statement at around noon at Tan Tock Seng Hospital...

Missing S’porean Teen With Autism Found Within An Hour Of Facebook Appeal

Look out for him around the Bukit Merah area.

Singapore Biennale-Worthy Art Installation In Yishun Dismantled After Town Council Says It’s A Fire...

Why Yishun Again? Another day, another Yishun story. The constant stream of bizarre occurrences like grisly murders and cat abuse have made the northern neighbourhood infamous, and even got us thinking of building a wall to keep Yishun out. We’ve scratched our heads but still can’t figure out why everything and...

Insensitive Comments From Flippant Filipino Edz Ello May Not Be All That Bad

Filipino nurse sentenced to jail after comments spark outrage Ello Ed Mundsel Bello has finally been sentenced to 4 months jail, after his insensitive remarks posted on Facebook had been deemed to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility. As he meted out the sentence, District Judge Siva Shanmugam had described the comments...

Malay Volunteers Held CNY Event And Helped With Spring Cleaning For Woodlands Residents

Malay Volunteers Spread CNY Festivities Among 300 Residents In Woodlands On the first day of Chinese New Year (16 Feb), around 75 Malay volunteers in decided to spread the festive joy with over 300 residents by organising a makan session.  Source The event was held at Block 802, Woodlands Street 81 and many of...

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