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Milk Formula Companies Pay For Hospitals’ D&D Events — And Prices Are Going Up

Perks For Hospitals To Provide Certain Milk Formula Brands To Infants In 2004, a 900g tin of milk formula would have set you back by $25.54 on average. Fast forward 10 years, and the price of the exact, same tin has increased by a whopping 120%. Why is there such a jaw-dropping...

Maserati Ex-Distributor Reveals Why He Quit, Says Selling Cars In Singapore Is Expensive

Why Hong Seh Motors Quit As Maserati Distributor When news broke last month (April 6) that Maseratis will be imported by Ital Auto instead of Hong Seh Motors, many were astonished that veteran high-end car distributors Hong Seh were giving up on the premium vehicles -- but a letter posted...

Minister Josephine Teo Says Milk Is Milk, Netizens Say She’s Missing The Point

Josephine Teo Doesn't Want Consumers To Be Milked The buzzword in Singapore this past week has been: milk. The steep prices of milk powder, the misleading marketing of milk powder, and the nutritional value and range of brands of milk powder. Well, it's about time for our favourite female minister to...

Gain IQ Stands For “Intestinal Quality”, Shows That Milk Powder Marketing Is Out Of...

Misleading Marketing For Milk Powder Singapore boasts having one of the costliest milk powders in the world -- and that’s not something we should be proud of. In March, The Straits Times reported that the average price of a 900g tin of milk powder rose by 120% over the last decade...

MRT Countdown Timers May Or May Not Be Useful To Commuters, But Could They...

Could New Video Panels On Trains Serve Commercial Purpose? If you haven't heard about the "cool" new features on the SMRT trains by now -- this video is for you. So SMRT upgraded their trains and now they have screens to show the next stops and countdown before the doors close 👍🏻...

Singapore’s Not Exactly The Most Expensive City In The World, Says The BBC

Is Singapore Really The Most Expensive City? Ever since Singapore was deemed the “most expensive city in the world” four years ago, it’s actually been given that “honour” for four consecutive years, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU’s) Worldwide Cost of Living report. But is it really that bad?...

Try Not To Collect Too Much Rainwater, Cause There’s A Tax For That Too

Waterborne Fees Levied On Rainwater Don’t rub your eyes, because there’s nothing wrong with the title of the article. You might think that rainwater can be collected and used at your every whim and fancy, but the Public Housing Board (PUB) is here to quash that belief. That’s right, *whispers* the PUB...

Yishun Woman’s Water Bill Is Just $3 A Month — Here’s How She Does...

Woman Pays Only $3 Monthly For Water Just when you thought you've seen every bit of news you've seen about Yishun, positive or negative, one just comes by and slips under your radar. Meet Madam Rachel Loh, who can teach us all a thing or two about saving water amid the...

Khaw Boon Wan’s Remarks On “Sharing Costs” Seem To Indicate That Yet Another Transport...

Khaw Boon Wan Indicates That Transport Fares Will Go Up Jia lat. Bus and MRT fares are going up again. At least that’s what we gleaned from Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan’s speech during the Committee of Supply debate in Parliament on Wednesday (March 8). Remember, a 30% hike in water prices...

Video Rant On 3K Salary Not Being Enough For A “Good Man” Sums Up...

Cost Of Living In Singapore A local TV production on Channel 8 hit a little too close to home after one of its characters delved into a comprehensive explanation of what makes a "good man" in Singapore. The brunt of the 2-minute clip in Season 2 of drama series 118 was...

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