Singaporeans Are Expressing Their Thoughts On Cookhouse Food In A Series Of SAF Confessions

Netizens complain big on Army cookhouse food Singaporeans love their food, and would travel to far-flung areas of the island just for that late night nasi lemak. During the mandatory National Service (NS), however, our soldiers have to contend with the whims of the in-camp cookhouse team, and eat whatever is...

7 Completely Random Events That Happened In The 2 Months That EBRC Was Formed

It's always good to look back and take stock Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced in Parliament recently (13 July) that the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC) was formed 2 months ago. PM Lee was responding to MPs Yee Jenn Jong and Arthur Fong's questions regarding the status of the EBRC. The...

That Whatsapp Message Warning About Raw Fish Is Only Semi-Correct

MOH investigates increased number of GBS infection cases Following a viral warnings on social media, the Ministry of Health (MOH) are looking into a spike in the number of cases of Group B streptococcus (GBS) infection in Singapore. The alerts, spread via Whatsapp and Facebook, speculated the infections to be linked with the consumption...

Opposition Parties Are Rather Displeased That PM Lee Did Not Announce EBRC Formation

No one expected such a move from PM Lee Yesterday (13 July) in Parliament, PM Lee trolled the opposition parties in Singapore when he announced that he had kept the formation of the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC) under wraps for the last two months. Source Understandably, the opposition parties in Singapore...

StarHub Got The Most Unexpected Of Singers To Cover ‘Home’ And It’s Packed With...

When was the last time an NDP song made you cry? Well, after you watch a deaf person 'sing' the best NDP song of. ALL. TIME, you'll know the answer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGa7ydoabAw Go ahead, grab some tissue, we won't be going anywhere. What is Home By Homes? In short, it's the best thing we've found...

9 Ministers Who Defined The First Cabinet Of Singapore

The First Hands That Molded Singapore On 5 June 1959, the first Cabinet of Singapore was formed by the People's Action Party (PAP) after a landslide victory in the 1959 Singapore General Elections. The victory was only the beginning for the PAP, as the new leaders of Singapore were faced with the mammoth task...

Crowdfunders For Families Affected By HDB Fires Encapsulate S’pore’s Community Spirit

Residents help one another out in tough times With Hari Raya Puasa around the corner, the last two weeks have been unfortunate for two Muslim families in Hougang and Marsiling when separate fires engulfed their entire homes. As a result, both of the families have lost most of their basic necessities such...

PM Lee Announces Formation Of Electoral Boundaries Committee, Hints GE Is Incoming

Get ready, the elections are set to come your way this year Recently, when Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was hanging out at the SG50+ conference, he cracked an election joke. We played along with the sneaky advertising and gave him funny points. What we didn't do, however, was speculate about the hint...

10 Singaporean CEOs Who Are Probably More Badass Than Elon Musk

Who says CEOs are boring people? Bossy men in suits. That’s probably what first comes to mind when the initialism ‘CEO’ is mentioned. But in the 21st century, Chief Executive Officers are shrugging off the traditional image of a stern boss. Instead, they perform their role by being major badasses, while epitomising...

50 Years Later, Lee Kuan Yew Will Posthumously Announce Singapore’s Independence

Lee Kuan Yew's voice will once again ring throughout Singapore Earlier today (10 July), the People's Association (PA) announced to the media that a National Day voice recording of the late Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew reading the Proclamation of Independence of Singapore will be broadcast throughout the nation. The recording...