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Singaporean Lets Tired Foreign Worker Rest On His Shoulder On The Way Home

Foreign Worker Rests On Man So far we have run stories on foreign workers helping locals out, retrieving balloons and saving toddlers alike. But it may seem that the affection isn't reciprocated, and locals don't treat foreign workers so well. So here's a story that will prove that wrong, and there are people in...
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Muar Bus Crash – Here’s How To Help Hospitalized Boy Who Lost Mother

Fund-Raising For Injured Student The world can be a pretty scary place - we never know when a tragedy could hit us or when we could lose a loved one. Even worse, we could spend the new year bedridden and in-and-out of the operating theatre, after what was supposed to be...
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Singapore’s Top Polytechnics And Private Institutes In 2016, Based On World Ranking

Thinking Of Heading To Poly? The batch that received their O-level results on Wednesday (Jan 11) are record breakers, reported Channel NewsAsia. According to results released by the Ministry of Education, a record 84.3% of students scored at least five O-level passes, the highest proportion since at least 1995. Source   Now the students...
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Yee Meng Yong – One-Handed Hawker Supports Family By Selling Delish Bak Chor Mee

Yee Meng Yong The "Everyday Hero" In another profile on an "Everyday Hero", we take a look at Mr Yee Meng Yong, 54, who owns Punggol Noodles at Lorong Ah Soo Market and Food Centre at Hougang Avenue 1, has worked tirelessly for 22 years to support his family -...

The Straits Times Tries To Liven Up E-Papers With “Harry Potter-Style” Animated Ads

ST's Animated Ads From depressed eggs to catching Fantastic Beasts, it’s obvious that we’re all obsessed with the next “in” thing. Which explains why every other company seems to be creating their own little arms race, with tech-savvy features as weapons and revenue as victory. Take The Straits Times' new...

Kiss 92 FM DJs Have Somehow Managed To Be Racist About Lack Of Sleep

Kiss 92 FM DJs Offend Listeners Hordes of people tune into morning radio shows as they drive to work. So you would think the DJs hosting these shows would be a little more sensitive about what they say "live", considering Singapore's multireligious, multiracial society? — Wrong. According to listener Raeesah Khan on...
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Serangoon’s “Uncle Bread” Calls It A Day To Heartwarming Tributes From All

Uncle Bread The ‘Everyday Hero’ For the past 55 years, Mr Foo Kee See, 78, has been a perennial figure in Serangoon Gardens and the Seletar Hills Estate, delivering bread, provisions and warm smiles to residents. He is affectionately referred to as "Uncle Bread" - truly an "everyday hero". However, from Wednesday...
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Singapore’s Top Junior Colleges In 2016 – Ranked By Cut-Off Point

Thinking Of Going To Junior College? Following the release of the GCE O-level results on Wednesday (Jan 11), the question looming over everyone’s head will be — where do they go from here? To offer some guidance to those thinking of enrolling in a junior college, here’s a list of Singapore’s top...
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Why President Tony Tan’s Visit To Cambodia Is So Important To Singapore

Tony Tan Is In Cambodia Singapore’s President Tony Tan Keng Yam is now in Cambodia, on an official state visit that ends on Wednesday (Jan 11). The last official state visit by a Singapore president to Cambodia was a whopping 14 years ago, when then President S R Nathan visited in 2003,...
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12 Halimah Yacob Facts That Show She Doesn’t Need The Reserved Presidency To Win...

Facts About Halimah Yacob Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob, 62, is a household name and it’s no surprise — she could very well become Singapore’s next president, and first female president. And it's all the more likely after Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim ruled himself out of the...