154 MEDIA WHITEWASHING MR ONG TENG CHEONG, THE PEOPLE'S ELECTED PRESIDENT?

Dear The Straits Times. If you have read the book "Men in White The Untold Story of Singapore's Ruling Political Party" published by SPH, you would find on page 349, that it states that Mr Ong Teng Cheong was Singapore's first elected president. I am not trying to steal the limelight away from Mr SR Nathan's demise (he was also an old VS boy), but what your reporter has written is simply unacceptable. Getting the facts correct is rule 101 of a reporter. Many netizens are suspecting this is just whitewashing Mr Ong as our president.

Filed Under: 

INDONESIANS PROTEST OUTSIDE S'PORE EMBASSY IN JAKARTA, THREATENS WAR IF NO APOLOGY TO RETIRED GENERAL

At around 11:00 am on Tuesday morning, a group of protestors from the Pemuda Panca Marga (PPM) held a demonstration outside the Singapore Embassy in Jakarta to protest the alleged mistreatment of Mr Suryo Prabowo, a retired 3 star general at Changi Airport on 17 August 2016. Protesters were dressed in military fatigues and held inflammatory banners, with some calling for an apology or face the threat of war.

Filed Under: 

PM LEE HSIEN LOONG'S 1 WEEK MC AN ARISTOCRAT'S PRIVILEGE ONLY?

PM Lee was taken ill while delivering his NDR speech on 21 August. This was due to a temporary drop in blood pressure from prolonged standing, exhaustion and dehydration. Under normal circumstances, mere mortals would probably get at most 1 day MC for temporary drop in blood pressure due to prolonged standing, exhaustion and dehydration. So how come PM Lee was given one WEEK medical leave while no doctor would have done likewise for ordinary citizens?

Filed Under: 

AMOS YEE FLIPS PRATA & PLEADS GUILTY TO CONTEMPT OF LAWFUL AUTHORITY CHARGES

Singaporean Youtuber Amos Yee who is on trial for wounding the religious feelings of others pleaded guilty to two other charges of failing to turn up at a police station even after he was served notice. He failed to turn up on 14 December 2015 and 10 May 2016 despite being served a notice to do so by a police officer in person. Judge Ong Hian Sun will sentence Amos for these 2 contempt of lawful authority charges after the trial for his remaining 6 charges for wounding the religious feelings of others.

Filed Under: 

REQUEST: VIDEO FOOTAGE OF HIT-&-RUN ACCIDENT ON 19 AUG AT BUKIT TIMAH RD & CAVENAGH RD

My friend was involved in a hit and run accident that happened on 19 August 2016 at around 10pm at the junction between Bukit Timah Road and Cavenagh Road.. He was on his scooter doing a right turn with green light in his favor when a silver/ champagne colored Toyota beat the traffic light and hit him. The car sped off immediately with a semi-detached bumper.

Filed Under: 

BEWARE OF THIS PERVERT ANDROID APP, STOLE MY SISTER'S PHOTO FOR DISGUSTING USES

Please warn your readers about this pervert android app Le Fap which stole my sister's photo and used it for their sick perverse pleasure. The unscrupulous creators steals photos of innocent young Singapore girls and puts it into their app together with other nsfw materials to fap. I have sent multiple warning letters to them asking to remove my sister's pictures but they refused to do so.

Filed Under: 

PRESIDENT NATHAN ALWAYS WAVE TO US AT EAST COAST PARK DURING HIS JOGS

Whether you were kena arrow like us during NS or ownself go to East Coast Park for jogging, there's a chance that you might have seen our late President Mr SR Nathan there too. Saw him more than once during year 2000 and he didn't have a platoon of body guards, just one and a pacer running along with him. He got talk cock with some of us also so I find him quite steady.

Filed Under: 

TWO CURIOUS CASES OF CULPABLE HOMICIDES IN S'PORE WITH DRASTICALLY DIFFERENT OUTCOMES

A Belgian expatriate who suffocated his five-year-old son at his Leedon Heights apartment amid a bitter custody battle with his estranged French wife was on Monday (Aug 22) jailed five years. First diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2006, Loh, a single mother, had been living with her mother, believed to be 65, and son in a West Coast Road flat. Gabriel suffered from a host of medical conditions related to his liver that left him jaundiced and with brittle bones. She was sentenced to the maximum of 10 years in jail for culpable homicide.

Filed Under: 

Pages

Subscribe to All Singapore Stuff - Real Singapore News RSS