12 Classic Internet Reactions To The 2015 Budget

What do Singaporeans and FTs really think about the Budget? Budget 2015 was delivered by Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam yesterday (23 February). There were a whole host of initiatives presented; some of which were yay, some were nay, and others were meh. However, comments from netizens never fail to make us...

17 Reactions To The 2015 Budget

Yay or Nay? Here are the reactions to this year's #SGBudget2015 ...in gifs, because there are too many words and numbers. Maybe you fell asleep while listening to Minister of Finance Tharman Shanmugaratnam's 3-hour speech. Well, all you want to know is whether the proposed changes are good for you, right? These...

Calvin Cheng Claims That TRS Readers Are Law-Breakers

Calvin Cheng has discovered why people commit crimes Calvin Cheng was a Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) for just two years: 18 July 2009 – 19 April 2011. However, he seems to have taken to the tag really well; his Facebook page URL is still http://www.facebook.com/calvinchengnmp, four years after having left the post. The fashion...

10 Actual Singapore Laws That Need To Be Removed Because 2017

These 10 laws make no sense whatsoever With the alcohol bills proving to be silly, we discuss 10 other laws so daft, you will be having an aneurysm afterwards. 1. The Medishield Life premiums law We've covered the new ridiculous law here, but in case you're allergic to clicking on links: you have to...

Minister S Iswaran Doesn’t Understand Why S’poreans Aren’t Happy About Thaipusam Incident

Second Home Minister calls for "calm" and "restraint" among S'poreans The Thaipusam saga rages on today, although Second Home Minister S Iswaran might have misunderstood the situation a little while talking to the media. He called on Singaporeans "to stand together against a breakdown in law and order", and insisted that the ban on...

PM Lee Arrows PHC Over Laneway Litter

Prime Minister ignores NEA when commenting about rubbish left behind after music festival Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made a post on his Facebook page today encouraging Singaporeans to pick up their own litter and turn Singapore from a "cleaned" city to a "truly clean city" by picking up their own litter and...

Why The Recent Surveys About The Alcohol Laws Make No Sense

Government-backed REACH conducts survey which goes against opinions online, what gives? Because one survey with leading questions about the alcohol ban and the inability to say no to them wasn't enough, another survey by REACH (Reaching Everyone for Active Citizenry @ Home, whoever came up with that acronym should be...

Why A Filipino-Written Musical About Singapore May Not Be A Bad Idea

A musical about Singapore's turbulent post-WWII years is being helmed by a Filipino composer ...and its cast mainly features Filipinos. We can hear the pitchforks being sharpened already, but before you angrily comment, hear the story out and reserve judgment until you've seen it. You've put the pitchfork down? Alright, read on. First off,...

8 Groups Who Won’t Be Affected By The Fare Hikes

Transport fare hikes won't affect entire population ...or so the Public Transport Council says. And they're actually right. The 2.8% increase in public transport fares will not affect 1.1 million commuters. Who exactly are these 1.1 million lucky buggers? We read between the lines and source out this mythical population. Senior...

Singaporean Muslim Woman Makes Heartwarming Plea For Christmas

Singapore Muslim writes viral letter to 200 churches in Singapore As Christmas sparkles into place, the limelight falls on one Singaporean Muslim woman who is spreading her own kind of festive joy. Noor Mastura wrote a letter to 200 churches reminding believers of the faith that Muslims are not so...

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