SMRT And SBS’s Offer Of Free Public Transport Brings Out Salty Commuters

SBS and SMRT pulling out all the stops to get people to celebrate #SG50 Atonement for SMRT's numerous breakdowns is finally arriving. In what appears to be a desperate bid at getting Singaporeans into the #SG50 spirit, SMRT, together with SBS Transit, will be offering free rides on all their services...

Top 10 Fashion Fails And Wins At The Star Awards 2015

The best part of Star Awards? These 10 fashion choices Never mind not being able to afford most of these gowns and suits worn by the stars we know and love at last night's awards. We've scrutinised their #OOTDs and gleefully compiled the best (and the worst) for your viewing...

A Saxophonist Totally Didn’t Recognize Lee Hsien Loong At The ASEAN Summit

PM Lee is completely chill about not being recognized ASEAN leaders are currently in Malaysia for the 26th ASEAN summit, where deals will be made, treaties signed, and traditional musical performances applauded. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong found some time to speak to a performer while waiting for a meeting to...

3 Things You Need To Know About MyRepublic’s Unlimited 4G Data Trial Program

MyRepublic offers 1000 free SIM cards for unlimited 4G data Singaporeans will soon know what it feels like to have unlimited 4G mobile data -- albeit in a limited area spanning the Jurong Lake district. 1000 free SIM cards will be given out by MyRepublic for use in a heterogeneous network (HetNet) trial starting...

10 Weird Items You Can Buy On Qoo10 Singapore

All the weird and unusual from Qoo10 Qoo10 markets itself as Singapore’s No.1 Shopping website. A joint venture with e-commerce giant e-Bay, Qoo10 operates in five countries with seven localized versions. With such a big spread of items to be found, it’s only natural that some of the more unusual stuff...

Singtel To Waive Data Charges On Labour Day, The Internet Reacts

Labour Day is now improved with data fee waivers for Singtel subscribers This just in -- Singtel has apologised for the mobile data disruptions which occurred on 22 April (Wednesday) on their Facebook page, and an SMS was sent to all its subscribers informing them of data fee waivers on Labour Day...

6 Reasons Why Singapore Is Supposedly The 24th Happiest Country In The World

Some netizens think they only surveyed private property residents Singapore tops a lot of things, and apparently, happiness is the latest addition to our long list of accolades. Singapore ranks 24th in the world (2012-2014) in the 2015 World Happiness Report. MustShareNews analyses the report and comes up with our own...

3 People Whose Degrees Are More Questionable Than Amos Yee’s Hairstyle

This is what you need to know about the degree mill saga Since the first case of alleged degree mills surfaced, netizens have been hard at work digging up more cases of people with papers from such dubious sources. Degree mills are unaccredited institutions which give out degrees for a fee. We covered...

3 Facts The Mums And Maids Video Doesn’t Tell You

We tell you what's missing from TWC2's controversial video Non-governmental organisation Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) and Oglivy & Mather (O&M) uploaded a risky 2 minute (#IGiveADayOff) video campaigning for the basic rights of Foreign Domestic Workers. Wait, why are you reading this if you haven't already watched it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUxkOSkD8Rc Welcome back. Video breakdown Source First impressions:...

Kenneth Jeyaretnam Demands For Tanjong Pagar By-Election

The man says it's unconstitutional to dawdle for more than 3 months In a blog post first published 13 April, Reform Party chief Kenneth Jeyaretnam expressed and explained the pressing need to call for a by-election in Tanjong Pagar. MustShareNews breaks his blog post down into 5 bite-sized points. 1. The death...