Alfian Sa’at Says Singapore Police Force’s Rebuttal To Ex-GIC Chief Economist Is Childish

Alfian Sa’at Says Singapore Police Force Is Childish The Singapore Police Force (SPF) hasn’t been having it easy of late. Unnecessary police reports over trivial matters aren’t the only things troubling the police these days -- online criticism has also been thrown their way. When former Government of Singapore Investment Corporation chief...

“Unofficial NDP Song” Is A Hit As It Doesn’t Sound Like Propaganda

Unofficial National Day Theme Song After the backlash against this year's National Day Parade theme song, many had become resigned to not having a catchy new tune to sing along to while commemorating the nation’s 52nd birthday. Read our story about how the 2017 NDP song got more dislikes than...

Human Rights Lawyer Apologises For Saying Ministers, Judges Only Care About Money

Human Rights Lawyer Apologises For His Comments Human rights lawyer Eugene Thuraisingam, 41, who represented the now-deceased drug trafficker Muhammad Ridzuan Md Ali, made harsh comments about the judiciary when his client was executed, and has now apologised to the court for his statements, as they were in contempt of...

Don Quijote Orchard To Open: 11 Items From Japan’s Branches We Hope To See

Japanese Megastore Comes To Singapore In November It seems that anything from Japan will be popular in Singapore, as we have gone bonkers over food like cheese tarts and ramen, stores like Uniqlo, Daiso and Tokyu Hands, games like Pokemon Go and Japanese movies like Death Note, Your Name and...

SMRT Twitter Stays Silent For 4 Days Amid Complaints Of More Breakdowns

SMRT Twitter Doesn't Mention Any Disruptions, But They Happen After a slew cases of trains slowing down due to "new signalling system checks" over the past 2 weeks, SMRT's prolific breakdown rate has, unfortunately, shown no signs of slowing down. The last "official" disruption recognised by the train operator on its Twitter page was on...

Social Worker Slammed While Helping Cancer-Stricken Mother Answers Our Questions

Social Worker Answers Our Questions The story of 32-year-old Ms Vivian Pan and her quest to seek assistance for a cancer-stricken mother has erupted into another social media war, and we have got the latest from the social worker at the centre of it. Read our story about the controversy surrounding...

Badass Uncle Sees Snake, Continues Eating His Morning Bee Hoon And Kopi

Uncle Unfazed By Wildlife  Imagine you are enjoying a lazy Monday morning at the neighbourhood kopi tiam, eating your favourite bee hoon with a refreshing cup of coffee when you spot a snake just a few metres away. Source For the most of us, that would signal the end of a peaceful morning. Not...

6 Police Reports Singaporeans Attempted To Make That Wasted Police Time

Are Singaporeans Police Report-Happy? Perhaps Singapore is too safe. In other countries, the police are busy chasing after drug dealers and terrorists. In Singapore, the police are busy chasing after cats and monitoring mall advertisements. We've had many instances lately where our police officers have been called upon to handle cases that aren't...

SUSS Unveils New “Simple” Logo, But Netizens Say It Looks Childish

SUSS’s New Logo Earlier in March this year, the Singapore Institute of Management University (SIM) was renamed as Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) as part of its rebranding as Singapore's 6th Autonomous University. The university now begins life afresh and a new name isn’t the only thing the school can...

“Friends With Ministers” Social Worker Says Single Mother Has Cancer, But Wants Cash Not...

Cancer-Stricken Mother Seeks Help (Update: The social worker at the centre of this story has spoken out in an exclusive interview with MustShareNews. Read our interview with the social worker.) A Lianhe Waobao article published on Monday (June 5) night also revealed more details about this saga.) A social worker who sought...