Nicole Seah, The Youngest Politician Of The 2011 Elections – Where Are They Now:...

Nicole Seah, the youngest politician at the 2011 elections This post is part of a running series about the General Elections. Nicole Rebecca Seah was Singapore's youngest politician at the eventful 2011 General Elections, aged just 24 then. She contested the Marine Parade GRC under the National Solidarity Party (NSP). Seah resigned...

7 Things Workers’ Party Talked About In Parliament

The more interesting debate topics collated here The 2015 Committee of Supply (COS) debate took place from 5-13 March. The COS debate usually occurs after the Finance Minister outlines the Budget for the year, and lasts for seven or more days. Without having to read through all the speeches on the Workers' Party...

16 Must-See Photographs Of The Old Singapore

The National Archives of Singapore with their pretty pictures According to a Facebook post by PM Lee, the National Archives of Singapore has uploaded a collection of photographs and documents that require tagging and transcribing. MustShareNews dug into the collection and unearthed these 16 photographs of familiar objects, places, and people. 1. Lee...

Netizens Flame Lui Tuck Yew Over 91.3% Public Transport Satisfaction

Lui cites some ghost survey to prove point about increased commuter satisfaction Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew recently commented that a wild Public Transport Customer Satisfaction Survey done by SIM University found out that 91.3% of commuters were satisfied with public transport in 2014. Given the unreliability of public transport...

Timeless Quotes From Our 12 Beloved Ministers

The good, bad and questionable quotes from our lovely ministers 1. Lee Hsien Loong Source On Singaporeans being fickle:  "When people say they don't want a nanny state they are, in fact, in a conflicted state of mind.  On the one hand, they want to do whatever they want and not be stopped....

Remembering Chiam See Tong: 80 Years Strong

His contribution to opposition politics was immense Chiam See Tong turns 80 today (12 March). Singapore's younger generation might not know much about this brave political figure, but MustShareNews would like to pay tribute to him with this post, in the hope that more acknowledge what he has done for Singapore. Background Source Chiam See...

11 Hilarious Name Suggestions For Our Navy’s New Ship

Republic of Singapore Navy's name crowdsourcing attempt works out just as expected So our Navy posted a call on Facebook asking for suggestions on what their new ship should be called. Source But of course, our netizens didn't miss this chance to come up with some absolutely ridiculous yet hilarious suggestions. 1. Never break down Source Never...

How Are Our Ministers’ Salaries Calculated?

Kaching! Kaching! Kaching! Ever wondered how those multi-million dollar ministerial salaries are calculated? Well, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean has spilled the beans in the 2015 Committee of Supply (COS) debate in Parliament. The background The government drew up some ground rules as to how a minister's salary should be like....

19 Forgotten Political Prisoners Of The Past

19 people worth remembering but sadly, nearly forgotten These 19 people were all imprisoned, some for Operation Coldstore, others for their art. However, they have one major similarity: our school history books have forgotten all about them. In remembrance of these people, many who were detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA), here...

12 Weird Items People Sell On Carousell

Carousell: the place to chuck all weird and unwanted items Online home-grown shopping site Carousell has been a big hit, with over eight million listings and funding from Rakuten. Although it's a great place to source for cheap clothing or any other item you may ever possibly need in your life,...

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