Ex-Teacher Clarence Hoe King Chuan Acquitted Of Charges, So We’re Sharing His Name

Former HOD Clarence Hoe Found Innocent After Being Accused Of Indecent Acts Against 2 Boys A 40-year-old former school teacher was acquitted of three charges under the Children and Young Persons Act on Wednesday (20 Sept). The ex-primary school head of department was accused of inappropriately touching two boys, then...

Get Free Rides On Downtown Line For Two Days When DTL3 Opens On 21...

Free MRT Rides To Celebrate Official Opening of Downtown Line 3 It's been a while in coming, but on 21 Oct, Phase 3 of the Downtown Line will finally be open to the public. And to celebrate the official opening of the 16 new stations, the Land Transport Authority is giving...

Win Tickets To USS And Watch Manchester United Live In The Fastest To Join...

"Who Are We" Contest - Win Tickets To USS And Watch Manchester United Live! Three videos and a stark black and yellow colour scheme are the only clues you’ll get for the mysterious "Who Are We" contest. But put on your thinking caps, and you might just find yourself walking...

Singaporean Creates MRT Breakdown Support Group On FB Because Our Trains Are Too Reliable

Netizen Creates TATA SMRT, A Support Group To Help Others In Times Of Train Breakdown How do you know when enough is enough? When do you draw the line and decide it's actually time to stop complaining and do something to improve the situation instead? If you're wondering, we're referring to...

Workers’ Party Files Motions On Elected Presidency Yet Again, But Is It Still Relevant?

The Workers' Party Re-Files Proposal On Recognising Singapore's First President  Followers of the local politics scene may remember on 28 Aug, when The Workers' Party (WP) Chairman Sylvia Lim, filed for an adjournment motion to discuss the controversy regarding the recognition of Singapore’s first Elected President titled "Counting from President...

ASEAN Para Games: Toh Wei Soong Bags Singapore’s First Gold But His Winning Quote...

Para-swimmer Toh Wei Soong Bags Gold in ASEAN Para Games Mention swimming, Singapore and gold medal to any Singaporean and the Joseph Schooling immediately comes to mind. However, another swimmer is making waves in Kuala Lumpur (KL). Para-swimmer Toh Wei Soong did Singapore proud as he bagged our first gold medal...

President Halimah Gets Mobbed By Supporters On Her Way To Work, Shows She’s More...

Mob Of Supporters Eagerly Await President Halimah's Arrival As She Heads To Work Earlier we talked about how the 2011 Presidential Election runner up Dr Tan Cheng Bock received a rock star-like reception when he attended the Sit-In Protest held on Sat (16 Sept). On that day unhappy Singaporeans voiced their...

SMRT Reports 10 Min Train Delay This Morning, Instantly Gets Fact Checked By Netizens

SMRT Gets Caught Announcing Inaccurate Delay Timings Breaking news! No that's not right. For the umpteenth time, commuters were forced to endure yet another SMRT breakdown. This time, the delay took place on the East-West Line on Tuesday morning (19 Sept), around 8.30am, with passengers stuck between Pasir Ris and Tanah Merah...

Ariana Grande Sang And Danced At Gardens By The Bay Before Her F1 Performance,...

Ariana Grande Gave An Impromptu Performance Before Her Concert At The F1 Weekend Pop diva Ariana Grande was in town the past week as she performed to a crowd of over 50,000 at the Padang Stage on Saturday night (16 Sept) for the 2017 F1 Singapore Grand Prix weekend. Her...

Marathoner Soh Rui Yong Protests Mandatory Prize Money Donation To Singapore Athletics, Says They...

SEA Games Gold Medalist Soh Rui Yong Refuses To Donate 20% of Prize Money To SA, President Says 'No Objections' Two-time SEA Games Gold Medalist Soh Rui Yong is making headlines once again, after speaking out against the mandatory social media blackout prior to the 2017 SEA Games. This time, the...