Black Maserati Driver Caught In Reckless Road Rage Twice By Netizens

Maserati Road Rage Driver Hell hath no fury like a Maserati driver scorned. Or so this viral video appears to depict. A black sports car was captured going all fast and furious along Lorong Chuan on 7 Sep. Source The driver cut across two merging lanes and drove for a while on the opposite...

Commander Regrets Not Heeding AWOL NSF’s Call For Help

Financial Hardships Force Some To AWOL On Monday (10 Sep), Parliament learnt that 14% of NSFs convicted of AWOL did so because of financial difficulties. AWOL is the official term for being absent without official leave. As he explained these figures, Senior Minister of State for Defence Dr Maliki Osman also...

Norwegian Air To Stop Singapore To London Direct Flights By Jan 2019

Norwegian Air Pulls Out Of Singapore-London Route After A Year Close to a year after the glorious announcement of S$240 direct flights to London, Norwegian Air will be halting the service by early Jan 2019. Citing overly competitive costs due to fuel, the short-lived deal was truly too good to be...

ICA Seizes 5,066 Packets Of Chewing Tobacco At Woodlands Checkpoint

Chewing Tobacco Sachets Found In Every Car Gap Imaginable If you had to smuggle in more than 5,000 sachets of chewing tobacco into Singapore, where would you hide it? This 32-year-old Malaysian couldn't make up his mind and put it everywhere. And we mean everywhere. He was eventually caught by Immigration and Checkpoints...

12 Apple SG Job Openings That Will Kickstart Your Tech Career

Apple Singapore Hiring At Singapore East, Prompting Rumours Of A Second Store On Tuesday (Sep 11), Apple posted 12 job openings for its Singapore operations. Positions are available in a number of the tech giant's departments, among them creative, tech and operations. Interestingly, the 12 openings are available in "Singapore East"....

6 Men Jailed In 1993 Anti-Gay Raid At Tanjong Rhu, But Not For 377A

377A Wasn't Enforced In Tanjong Rhu, But 12 Men Were Put In Jail The debate over Section 377A of the Penal Code has ramped up again, with both sides making their case to the public and Parliament. One often-used argument by people in support of Section 377A is that the law...

Ministers’ Bonuses Averaged 4.1 Months In 2017, Called A “5-Year Low”

Ministers' Average Performance Bonus In 2017 Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong shared a written reply to Workers' Party's Mr Leon Perera about ministerial bonuses on Monday (10 Sep). He clarified that the average performance bonus of political office-holders was 4.1 months in 2017 -- the lowest it's been in 5 years. Bonuses...

Election Deposits To Be Lowered To $13,500, A Whopping 7% Discount

Election Deposits Can Also Be Paid Through Electronic Funds Transfer Our electricity and water prices may be on the rise, but Singaporeans now have a new reason to rejoice. The government has proposed lowering the election deposit by a whopping 7%, from $14,500 to $13,500! Independent candidates like Han Hui Hui and...

Singapore’s Divided Reaction To 377A Shows We’re Still Not Ready

Singapore Shows Clear Divide Over 377A Repeal Last Thursday’s (6 Sep) ruling by India’s Supreme Court saw Section 377 of their Penal Code being struck down. It removed India from the list of countries that explicitly outlawed intercourse between men. Soon after the landmark ruling, a prominent Singaporean diplomat, Tommy Koh, called for...