14 Things We Can Learn From 2014

The end of a year always calls for reflection From airplane disasters to the outbreak of Ebola, 2014 saw irrevocable tragedies, causing many to lose their loved ones. There were also good news like Singapore being Lonely Planet's top destination and the successful fundraising for ALS. Here's a look back...

Here Are The Top Jobs For 2015

Get a load of this list of top jobs for 2015. Apparently the guaranteed starting pay for these jobs is $2,500 and can range up to $15,000 after five years' experience! I can already see the money signs appearing on your eyes. Must study hard ah. Image taken from: The Straits...

Eight Cats Alleged Dead At Cuddles Cat Cafe

Jonathan Tan, owner of Cuddles Cat Cafe has put the business up for sale. He apologised for the passing of seven cats and that he believes it would be better for a new owner to take over the cafe so the cats can be kept together. Feline deaths occur three...

Luxury Cars At Workshop Splashed With Paint Remover

Attack On Luxury Cars At Workshop A car workshop in Kung Chong Rd, Redhill, discovered seven of its luxury cars splashed with paint remover on Saturday morning. The owner of the workshop said that there were no signs of burglary from the cars and nothing was stolen. Upon seeing the damaged cars,...

Car Dealership Owner Hits The Road After Collecting Deposits

After mobile phones and nail spas, another cheat strikes again, and this time it involves vehicles. A crowd of more than 20 people were stuck outside a car dealership at MacPherson Road yesterday (15 December), after being unable to contact the owner for several days. The angry mob believe the owner conned...

Retiree Cheat Causes Unrest For Singapore Family

Singapore family bogged by scam  This Singaporean family would never have imagined what ensued after they bought their three-room flat at Stirling Road. Mr Septian Hartono is the biggest victim of this scamming case. Having bought the flat at Stirling Road in 2012, he has been facing unknown strangers appearing at...

Government Plans To Increase Re-Employment Age From 65 To 67

Re-employment Age Of Older Workers Increases To 67 The Singapore government is increasing the re-employment age from 65 to 67 by 2017. Currently, Singapore’s retirement age is 62 but bosses have to offer re-employment to older workers up till 65 as long as the job is available, or if work...

Korean Air ‘Nut Rage’ Lady Is NTU Advisor

NTU Advisor goes nuts over Macadamias Turns out that the now infamous "Nut Rage" lady who delayed a Korean Air flight has some links to our own sunny island! Heather Cho Hyun Ah is a member on the advisory board of National Technological University's (NTU) business school. According to the Nanyang Business School...

5 Reasons Sentosa Beaches Are The Best In The World

Sentosa Beaches Most Disappointing Place To Visit An article published on Business Insider collated responses from a thread on Reddit, asking users to state the most disappointing travel destination they have ever visited. And surprise surprise, the beaches in Sentosa received the unglamorous distinction of being in 11th place on the list! The user...

Three Teenagers Arrested For Loan Shark Harassment In Yishun

Police Arrest Three Teenagers For Loan Shark Harassment In Yishun Three teenagers aged between 16 and 18 have been arrested for their suspected involvement in loan shark harassment. The suspects were caught on December 9 after the police received a call from Yishun Street 22. After searching the vicinity, police found...