Delusional Sports Hub Management Gets Put In Its Place By Straits Times Journalist

Straits Times Calls Out Sports Hub Management On Their Lack Of Humility An improvement of Singapore's press freedom rating might be incoming Singapore's press freedom rating was at a dismal 150th out of 180 countries last year -- the worst ranking for a developed country. Since last year, The Straits Times (ST) has been...

In Singapore, Suicide Is The Leading Cause Of Death Among Millennials

High-stress environment means we should pay more attention to mental health issues.

This Student Proves That She’s Tougher This Year’s PSLE Math Paper

12-year-old doesn't let illness stop her from succeeding in PSLE Most kids would have sweet memories of their their school days, but Celeste Chang hardly remembers anything -- for she had to be withdrawn before completing Primary One, after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. In 2010, 6-year-old Celeste was found to have medulloblastoma--a kind...

PM Lee Is Probably Right About The Political Motives Behind Malaysia’s Pedra Branca Appeal

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Questions Political Motives Behind Malaysia's Pedra Branca Appeal Neighbours who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. Unlike most neighbours, Malaysia and Singapore have actually been fighting over piles of stones for almost 37 years. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's recently questioned Malaysia's political motivations behind...

Tottenham Hotspur Scores Major Brownie Points With Family Affected By Sabah Quake

Singapore Spurs Supporters' Club and AIA team up for a good cause When an earthquake struck the Malaysian state of Sabah on 5th June this year, many Singaporeans held their breath. Sabah is home to Mount Kinabalu, a favourite for some Singapore schools to hold overseas learning journeys. At the time of the earthquake,...

18-Year-Old Singaporean Silat Exponent Wins Gold, Sheds Tears On Podium

The Hero Who Cried Source On 14 June, upon stepping up on the podium as the Champion of the Pencak Silat Class F, Muhammad Nur Alfian Juma'en broke into tears after being overwhelmed by his feelings. Now known as the Hero who cried, we explain why Nur Alfian's tears and victory matters...

11 Singaporean Stories That Broke The Internet

11 Incidents That Shook The Online World In case you forgot, whatever makes it online, stays online forever. In recent history, many eyebrow-raising events have unfolded and sometimes they provoke the craziest reactions from our shores to the screens online. Here are 11 incidents (well preserved by the Internet) that...
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Serangoon’s “Uncle Bread” Calls It A Day To Heartwarming Tributes From All

Uncle Bread The ‘Everyday Hero’ For the past 55 years, Mr Foo Kee See, 78, has been a perennial figure in Serangoon Gardens and the Seletar Hills Estate, delivering bread, provisions and warm smiles to residents. He is affectionately referred to as "Uncle Bread" - truly an "everyday hero". However, from Wednesday...

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...

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