Nicole Seah, The Youngest Politician Of The 2011 Elections – Where Are They Now:...

Nicole Seah, the youngest politician at the 2011 elections This post is part of a running series about the General Elections. Nicole Rebecca Seah was Singapore's youngest politician at the eventful 2011 General Elections, aged just 24 then. She contested the Marine Parade GRC under the National Solidarity Party (NSP). Seah resigned...

Govt’s “Stay At Home For Long Weekend” Plea To S’poreans Falls On Deaf Ears

Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob apologises to travel agents for urging Singaporeans to stay at home for SG50 festivities After news broke of the Government's decision to make 7 August a public holiday for SG50 festivities, Singaporeans immediately started overseas plans in anticipation of the even-longer weekend, which will now run from...

AHPETC-Slamming Flyers Distributed By PAP Activists Could Be Illegal

Victor Lye goes around with "facts of the matter" flyers about AHPETC Today, we cast the spotlight on Victor Lye Thiam Fatt, PAP's Branch Chairman of Bedok Reservoir-Punggol. Source What he did If you remember, the Workers' Party run Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC) recently came under fire for audit irregularities and charges of conflict...

Maria Hertogh And What Happened To Her After The Riots – Singapore History

*Singapore History is a series where we delve into the lives of prominent names in Singapore's history, and find out what happened to them after leaving footsteps in our historical past. Maria Hertogh was more than just a name in our history textbooks More than 55 years after the riots that erupted...

Xiaxue’s Gushcloud Expose Part 2: What You Need To Know

Xiaxue strikes again with The Big Gushcloud Expose Part 2 Did you feel a sudden sense of deja vu this morning? Like there was a glitch in the Matrix? Did it feel like the morning of 23 December 2014 all over again? Just when everyone was busy celebrating the news that...

7 Things Workers’ Party Talked About In Parliament

The more interesting debate topics collated here The 2015 Committee of Supply (COS) debate took place from 5-13 March. The COS debate usually occurs after the Finance Minister outlines the Budget for the year, and lasts for seven or more days. Without having to read through all the speeches on the Workers' Party...

16 Must-See Photographs Of The Old Singapore

The National Archives of Singapore with their pretty pictures According to a Facebook post by PM Lee, the National Archives of Singapore has uploaded a collection of photographs and documents that require tagging and transcribing. MustShareNews dug into the collection and unearthed these 16 photographs of familiar objects, places, and people. 1. Lee...

Netizens Flame Lui Tuck Yew Over 91.3% Public Transport Satisfaction

Lui cites some ghost survey to prove point about increased commuter satisfaction Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew recently commented that a wild Public Transport Customer Satisfaction Survey done by SIM University found out that 91.3% of commuters were satisfied with public transport in 2014. Given the unreliability of public transport...

The 20 Faces Of Lee Kuan Yew

Bet the young Lee Kuan Yew was your eye candy Years of toiling for the nation had weakened our founding father from a suave young man to a frail fighter. He spent the best years of his life striving towards a better Singapore, building a better future for us. It's...

Timeless Quotes From Our 12 Beloved Ministers

The good, bad and questionable quotes from our lovely ministers 1. Lee Hsien Loong Source On Singaporeans being fickle:  "When people say they don't want a nanny state they are, in fact, in a conflicted state of mind.  On the one hand, they want to do whatever they want and not be stopped....