12 Things We Should Blame The PAP For

Singaporeans are a whiny lot. We love to complain, and one of the things we love to complain about the most is our government. The PAP gets flamed for a lot of things that happen here. So we've decided to compile a list of things that you should be...

5 Ideas For LTA To Utilise Money From Fines

To usher in the new year, LTA has shared some good news: 40 more closed-circuit television (CCTV) locations! (Read: more fines!) In addition to the 30 extra CCTV cameras installed earlier this year, LTA is putting in 40 more cameras islandwide to deter illegal parking. From 1 Jan 2015, fine amounts...

Calm Down, Khaw Boon Wan Doesn’t Really Want To Break Into Your House

Minister Khaw Boon Wan recently wrote a blog post regarding uncooperative neighbours preventing the Housing Development Board (HDB) from fixing ceiling leaks. The leaks are apparently a sore point for the HDB, as mentioned in the blog, "25% of the complaints HDB receives today concern ceiling leakages in HDB flats", and "about 30% (2,800 ceiling leak...

STB Advertises On The Guardian, Leaves Readers Unimpressed

Britons unconvinced by YourSingapore Various Singapore-themed "listicles" have been popping up on British newspaper The Guardian's website. Sponsored by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), these lists detail everything that the well-heeled tourist can expect from our island nation, from nightlife, to architecture, and the perennial favourite, food.  The articles are written by Singaporeans well-versed in...

Local Celeb Cynthia Koh’s Arms Covered In Bedbug Bites After Staycation

On 9 December, Mediacorp actress Cynthia Koh posted pictures of herself on a “paycation” at Hotel Jen Orchardgateway. First of all, what's a "paycation"? Who knows? Second of all, turns out things did not turn our well for the actress, as few days later she posted pictures of bed bug bites...

CNA’s Censors Interview To Make Stray Dog Feeder Blame Stray Dog Feeders

Channel News Asia (CNA) was caught in its selective reporting, thus misleading the public News of the rat infestation at Bukit Batok broke last week, causing an uproar among Singaporeans. Authorities have been quick to pin the blame on stray dog feeders, rather than hold Jurong Town Council responsible. To reinforce this...

Coca-Cola Brings Snow To Singapore From Santa’s Home

We all know it’s that time of the year when Santa gets busy making appearances on every brand’s advertisements to sell a little more. Only a few succeed in bottling that intangible Christmas feeling though. One brand that hit the festive cheer spot on is Coca-Cola. Their #shareawhitechristmas campaign brought...

Judge Tells NSFs It’s Okay To Disobey Superiors (Sometimes)

Judge Tells National Servicemen Not To Obey Illegal Or Unlawful Orders Cavin Tan was a full-time National Serviceman (NSF) when he was ordered to drive a jeep, despite not having the Class 3 driving license required to drive one. As you can imagine, an accident happened as a result and his close friend...

Stray Cats Of Nee Soon South May Soon Become Homeless

  Dr Lee Bee Wah has taken actions with regards to the stray cats. Pest control will be called in to cull the cats, as a result of a poll done with residents without the knowledge of Cat Welfare Society. You can help make a difference by signing the petition...

Top 10 Searched Singaporean Travel Places in 2014 And How To Get There DIRT...

Travel is all about experiencing the new. It’s the only thing you pay for that makes you richer, but you don’t have to break your bank or burn a hole in your pocket just to see the world. Yahoo! Singapore just released the top 10 places Singaporeans searched for...