Lui Tuck Yew’s Retiring, So Kevryn Lim Is The Logical Choice For Transport Minister

Transport Minister's quitting, but we already have a ready-made replacement ...and she comes with her own issues. So today (11 Aug), Minister of Transport Lui Tuck Yew has announced that he will not stand for re-election in the upcoming General Election, bring an utterly uneventful 4 years as Transport Minister to a...

Stars From Around The World Wished Singapore A Very Happy SG50

An end to the long SG50 celebration weekend The long weekend (7 August - 10 August) was filled with festivals, carnivals and other attractions in lieu of Singapore's 50th birthday (SG50). Different festivities were organized for us to enjoy the joyous occasion of reaching our mark of independence. Perhaps the worst part of the celebration is...

Could the Aljunied GRC be the Four-Minute-Mile Feat For Opposition Parties In Singapore?

Before Aljunied GRC, no one thought it was possible The Group Representation Constituency (GRC) System was introduced in Singapore in 1988, for the purpose of ensuring that the minorities in Singapore are well-represented at the Parliament through the contesting of political parties in a group that consists of at least...

39 Reasons That Make Singapore Home

Whether you live in a bungalow in Bukit Timah, a condo in Tampines or a HDB flat in Jurong, there is sure to be something in your neighbourhood that is special and distinct to you. As a tribute to 50 years of nation building, here is a list of...

10 Moments That Make Us Remember Our Collective Singaporean Identity

It’s hard to peg the Singaporean identity to anything specific; it isn’t all about the food or the diversity in culture that we have grown so used to. We used to call ourselves a young nation but this year, we’ve reached the grand age of 50 and it feels...

6 General Election Developments We Can Expect After National Day

The real electoral contest will begin after the nation's birthday Tomorrow (7 Aug) marks the first day of our long SG50 weekend, and it is the weekend that Singaporeans will travel celebrate as one. It is probably also the last weekend that we get to witness the show of oneness between all...

10 Witty Netizen Responses To Blogger Roy Ngerng’s Application To Join Reform Party

Blogger Roy Ngerng applies to join Reform Party According to Reform Party (RP) Secretary-General Kenneth Jeyaretnam, blogger Roy Ngerng has expressed his interest in joining the party. Mr Ngerng has sent his application on Wednesday (5 Aug) and it will be reviewed by RP's committee. https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=12&v=DNH0ROHf-3E Mr Jeyaretnam mentioned that if Mr Ngerng's...

Retaining Aljunied GRC Seems To Be On The Top Of Workers’ Party’s To-Do-List

Low Thia Khiang set to contest at Aljunied GRC for GE2015 Last night (5 Aug), the Secretary-General of the Workers' Party (WP), Low Thia Khiang confirmed with the media at his Meet the People session that he will be standing at the Aljunied Group Representation Constituency (GRC) in the coming...

5 Reasons Why Roy Ngerng Wants To Run For The Upcoming Election And What...

Roy Ngerng is considering to run for upcoming election For me, government is not where the best people are. Government is where the people who want to better Singapore are. It should not be about making money. It should not be about having power. It is about making Singapore a...

The Icing Room Clarifies About The Icing On Their (Bengawan Solo) Cake

The Icing Room staff were seen frosting kueh lapis from Bengawan Solo Staff from The Icing Room – which is owned by Breadtalk – at Nex were seen spreading frosting on kueh lapis from their competitor, Bengawan Solo. Netizen Sandra Lim managed to capture the incident and uploaded it on Facebook which...