Tan Cheng Bock’s Congratulatory Letter To Madam Halimah Contains A Hidden Warning For The...

TCB Congratulates Mdm Halimah On Her Victory, But Sends An Ominous Message As Well Despite being unable to run in the Presidential Elections this time around, Dr Tan Cheng Bock extended his congratulations to Mdm Halimah in a Facebook post on 13 Sept. However, his attempts at cordiality failed to...

St Hilda’s Secondary School Students Fight In Class As Adult Watches In The Background

Watching Adult Was An Intern Who Couldn't Manage The Situation UPDATE: According to TODAY, the man in the video is an "intern with an external agency", and "did not have the training or authority to manage the situation". Two boys from St Hilda's Secondary School were seen beating up another student in...

Singaporean Poet Alfian Sa’at Tracks Singapore’s Decline Into A “Sham Democracy”, From The GRC...

Halimah Yacob's Walkover To Presidency Means We're Living A Sham Democracy With the announcement of Madam Halimah Yacob's sole eligibility for Presidential Elections 2017, the fallout makes for very interesting viewing. Lots of ordinary citizens are making their voices known, from the use of #notmypresident to people blanking out their...

Wailing Woman In Garfield Shirt Begs For Money On Bus, But It Is Another...

Serial Beggar Hops From Bus To Bus In Search of Money When we see someone less fortunate, we often feel compelled to help them out of compassion. However, how do we tell if they genuinely need help or whether they are con artists? And, what happens when you reject such...

Malaysia’s Director-General Of Health Defends Healthcare, But Some Malaysians Say Otherwise

Malaysian Health Official Refutes Claims Of Unprofessional Hospital Conduct, But Malaysian Netizens Say Otherwise News of Singaporean Justinian Tan's accident leading to his death sparked huge controversy after his friends complained about the "appalling" behaviour displayed by Sultanah Aminah Hospital (HSA), which caused a rift and divided Malaysians and Singaporeans on...

Tony Tan Explains What Tony Tan Has Done As President In ST Interview, And...

Tony Tan Tells ST What He's Done As President Dr Tony Tan's term as President of Singapore is about to end soon, with the Nomination Day for the Presidential Election 2017 set for 13 Sept. In his 6 years as president, Dr Tan has overseen rather tumultuous events, such as...

The President Of Singapore Is Now On Facebook Messenger, Kinda

President Of Singapore is now on Facebook Earlier today while trawling for the latest scoops from reputable sources such as Facebook and Reddit, we came across something that caught our eye. Check it out: Seeing as how much controversy the upcoming Presidential Elections have stirred up, we found this to be the perfect opportunity to...

5 Facebook Projects That Will Enable You To Do Insane Things In The Future

Facebook Research Team's Groundbreaking Projects Facebook is widely considered to be a social network, but it has recently forayed into the research and development of science and hardware. At the recently concluded F8 Developers' Conference, several new projects were announced. While a great number of them are "experts-only" projects that revolve around...

Indian Lady Assaults Staff At Owndays — Here’s What Happened Before The Video

Woman attacks staff at Owndays A 45 year old woman was arrested after creating a ruckus at a local Owndays store at Tiong Bahru Plaza on Monday (April 3). A 6-minute video of the assault went viral on Facebook, gathering more than 7 million views as of Wednesday (April 4). https://www.facebook.com/gerald.teo.35/videos/10154495761318683/ What really...

LTA Allegedly Fines 17-Year-Boy $100 For Underpaying Bus Fare By 10 Cents

Public transport fines are getting higher, and less consistent UPDATED on April 11: Read LTA's response to the incident at the bottom of this story. An LTA officer reportedly slapped a 17-year-old boy with a $100 fine after the latter underpaid his bus fares by 10 cents. In a Facebook post that has now...

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