Spare Khaw Boon Wan Because Balloons Are Actually To Blame For Train Breakdowns

Who to blame for MRT breakdowns? The next time the train breaks down, don’t be too quick to pin the blame on Khaw Boon Wan. Source For the culprit could very well be a balloon. No, we’re not joking. Source Balloons, especially the metallic shiny ones typically given on graduation ceremonies or birthdays, could disrupt...

10 One-Liners By 10 Singaporean Political Parties On Why You Should Vote For Them

NUSS Political Dialogue offered a chance for Singapore's parties to show their strength On Tuesday (18 Aug) night, all of Singapore's political parties were gathered to discuss topics and offer their views on Singapore and the policies that affect us. Organized by the National University of Singapore Society (NUSS), the dialogue...

Influence Asia Is The Awards Event Proving TV And Movie Stars Just Aren’t That...

Influence Asia is the new awards show that celebrates those people on social media The age of social media has truly taken over. We already know that the ease and accessibility of the Internet has given fame to some truly oddball characters. For example, Pewdiepie owns the most subscribed YouTube channel, which...

Netizens Feel Public Resources Are Being Misused To Fill Up Survey On The Lee...

Prime Minister’s Office Issues Survey To Public Servants The Public Service Division (PSD) has been conducting a poll among Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) officers about their take on the Lee Family Saga. Source PSD aimed to get a better idea of what public officers felt about the entire dispute -- claiming the...

It’s Official: Property In Opposition Wards Do Not Appreciate Less Than In PAP Wards

Study of property prices over the last decade shows that property in Opposition wards do not suffer Singaporeans have many reasons to vote for the People's Action Party (PAP) at every General Election. Apart from the PAP being possibly the only party credible enough to form a government, Singaporeans thinking about voting...

Maid Gets Repatriated After Speaking Up About CCTV Installed In Toilet To Monitor Her...

Employer watches maid's every move 27-year-old Filipino domestic helper Dewie came to Singapore to earn more money to raise her young children. But she soon decided to leave. It wasn’t the hard work that deterred her – for her children, she could put up with the physically demanding manual labour and repeated...

Will You Queue 8 Hours To See LKY? These People Did.

First day for the public to pay respects and the crowd turnout is huge Mr Lee Kuan Yew's body was moved from Sri Temasek today to Parliament House, where his body will lie till Sunday for the public to pay their respects. Even before the procession was due to start, thousands had...

Artist Whose Work Was Allegedly Stolen For SEA Games Carnival Will Not Sue

The Zen Master simply wants to meet the idea maker The first time artist Lee Wen (most known for his Yellow Man work) heard of a circular table tennis table being displayed at the SEA Games 2015 Carnival, film-maker Tan Pin Pin had tagged him on Facebook, believing that it was...

STB Advertises On The Guardian, Leaves Readers Unimpressed

Britons unconvinced by YourSingapore Various Singapore-themed "listicles" have been popping up on British newspaper The Guardian's website. Sponsored by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), these lists detail everything that the well-heeled tourist can expect from our island nation, from nightlife, to architecture, and the perennial favourite, food.  The articles are written by Singaporeans well-versed in...

Former MP Hopeful Roy Ngerng To Focus On “Putting Food On The Table” Instead...

Seems like Ngerng’s dream was over before it even came true Former MP hopeful Roy Ngerng’s dream of entering parliament was dashed when the Returning Officer announced PAP’s Ang Mo Kio GRC win, with 78.6% of votes. Ngerng, who seems to have thrown in the towel for now, said that he would...

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