SMRT’s Social Media Accounts Are Suspiciously Quiet On Recent Train Disturbances

Train services disrupted just after a few weeks after The Great SMRT Breakdown Have you ever wondered what would happen if the MRT stops working for the entire day? Commuters in the North-South Line were delayed due to a train fault on Tuesday (4 August) morning. On Friday (31 July), there was another...

5 Mistakes That The Workers’ Party Committed During The Last 4 Years

Workers' Party may not be very Parliamentary-like This post is part of a running series about the General Elections. The Workers' Party (WP) is currently the most successful opposition party in Singapore, currently possessing a total of 7 elected seats in the Parliament. In view of the coming General Elections, MustShareNews attempts to help...

Here’s Yet Another Viral Hashtag That Only True Blue Singaporeans Will Understand

10 #5WordSingaporeStories tweets that hit too close for Singaporeans National Day is almost upon us, and to mark the occasion, Twitter has decided to attach emojis behind the hashtags "SG50" and "Singapore". The emojis were announced yesterday morning (3 Aug), and were launched by the blogfather himself, mrbrown. Source Look at that SG50 emoji. JUST LOOK...

Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew Provides Evidence To Math Theory Through Fare Reductions

Freebies and Elections share an amazing correlation Today (3 August), Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew announced that Singaporeans can look forward to a a transport (buses and trains) fare reduction of up to 1.9% at the end of 2015. Source Aside from the reduction of transport fares, Minister Lui may also have...

10 Utterly Predictable Netizen Reactions To PM Lee’s Comments On Foreign Talent

PM Lee Hsien Loong's comments on FTs get slammed by netizens In an interview broadcast yesterday (2 Aug) night, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addressed different areas of concerns regarding the nation, but the drama got real when PM Lee talked about foreign talents in Singapore. Source PM Lee mentioned during the interview that the government...

12 Last Minute SG50 Deals To Check Out During The NDP Weekend

The Government really really really wants us to stay in Singapore The coming National Day (9 August) will mark Singapore's 50th year as an independent sovereign state. The Singapore Government is going all out in keeping Singaporeans in Singapore to commemorate Singapore's jubilee by offering us tasty treats. Apart from celebrating the...

12 General Election Happenings That You Missed Over The Weekend

For some reason, this weekend was particularly exciting in the political scene We are 5 weeks to September (the projected month of General Election), political updates are coming in at such a fast rate, the average human being can't possibly be expected to absorb everything. For starters, we have 10 political parties...

Meet The 3 Singaporeans Who Made It Into The First Season Of MasterChef Asia

3 contestants are representing Singapore for MasterChef Asia Season 1 MasterChef is a cooking competition that invites amateur chefs to do their best to impress professional chefs and win a shot at a book deal before fading into oblivion. MasterChef USA is a cooking competition that invites amateur chefs to do their best...

[EXCLUSIVE]: Singapore Democratic Party’s Professor Paul Ananth Tambyah Speaks With MustShareNews

All the political parties, watch out, there's a Professor in SDP. This post is a follow-up of the 20 Potential Candidates to look out for in the coming General Election. Earlier this week, MustShareNews presented you with an interview of Kevryn Lim from the National Solidarity Party (NSP). Today, we present to...

5 Smart Moves That The Workers’ Party Made During The Last 4 Years

First World Parliament Parliamentary Opposition Indeed This post is part of a running series about the General Elections. In the 2011 General Election, the Workers' Party (WP) did the impossible and captured a Group Representation Constituency (GRC) in Aljunied that gifted them 5 seats in Parliament. The conquerors were Low Thia Khiang, Sylvia Lim,...