How To Deal With A(nother) Train Breakdown

The best of #SMRTMovies We recently wrote an article commending SMRT on winning an international risk management award. But SMRT has once again outdone itself by having five train disruptions in a week. In a single week. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) was displeased upon hearing of the delays. "Unacceptable." -LTA But of course, why be...

11 Things You Never Knew About K. Shanmugam

Apart from the fact that he's the Law Minister, that is Not much is known about our Law Minister K. Shanmugam, except for the fact that he rarely cracks a smile. In an effort to encourage lifelong learning, we have compiled 11 fast facts about him that you probably never...

A Definitive Comparison Of Prices Between Singapore, New York, And Seoul

Singapore tops BBC list of world's most expensive cities Is there anything remotely surprising about the fact that Singapore, our beloved homeland, is an expensive city? Source Not really. So maybe we can't be the world's most liveable city, or the best place to retire; but now we can at least tell our...

A Look At The Courses You Can Enter With Your ‘A’ Level Results

JC students waited with bated breath at 2pm today (2 March) for their 'A' Level results ...and the sole statistic given in the press release? 91.4%, or 12,963 out of 14,185 students had at least three H2 passes with a pass in General Paper or Knowledge and Inquiry. This is also the highest pass statistic seen since...

Lee Hsien Loong Wishes All A-Level Students The Best of Luck

A-Level Results – the start of something new Today is the day. The fateful day when all Junior College students and private candidates receive their results after two years of hard work. At 2pm later in the day, students will be anticipating their results with bated breath. We all know how...

Tan Chuan-Jin Is Latest PAP Politician To Call In Sick

Manpower Minister is 4th to fall ill in two months MustShareNews has discovered a disturbing phenomenon: PAP politicians are dropping like flies. 2015 has barely gotten its game going; we've only just started in March. Yet, four politicians have had issues with their health in this short time period. We wonder...

TODAY Somehow Finds Writer Who AGREES With Petrol Price Hike

We wonder how hard TODAY had to look to find Carol Yuen So a certain Carol Yuen Ai Zhen recently wrote to TODAY (26 February) with an opinion piece titled "Reasons for petrol duty hikes sound". If you remember, Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said in his 2015 Budget speech on Monday...

SMRT Wins International Award Despite Train Breakdowns

SMRT wins award for "risk management", whatever that means Is the the first thing that comes into your mind when we say SMRT? Source And that mental image is completely appropriate. But for once, SMRT has made the news for something other than a train breakdown. Everyone's favourite SMRT Corporation has won an international award for...

13 Things To Do With Your Mandarin Oranges Before They Go Baaaaa-d

The last thing you want is to see your mandarin oranges rot :( 'Fess up – the glutton in you is most likely to be suffering from the aftermath of consuming an overload of pineapple tarts, bak kwa, and kueh bangkit. At the end of the yearly Great Mandarin Orange...

George Yeo Has Kept A Low Profile Since The 2011 Elections – Where Are...

George Yeo, keeping a low profile ever since 2011's defeat This post is part of a running series about the General Elections. It's been four years since our favourite Minister George Yeo left the political scene. Yeo was ousted in the 2011 General Election by the Low Thia Khiang led Workers' Party....

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