The National University Hospital (NUH) and its head neurosurgeon, Dr Yeo Tseng Tsai, are being sued by the daughter of a woman who has been left in a permanent vegetative state since June 2014 after she underwent a surgery to remove a brain cystic tumour.
No surprise then to learn that nas Daily first ever meet-up in Singapore is scheduled to take place at the Botanic Gardens on the 20th April. He has reserved a huge patch of lawn, and as the usual with Nas Daily, he will make a video with everyone assembled there.
The wife of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has drawn flak and anger from netizens in Singapore, for claiming that only people who likes to write fake news will be affected by the Fake News Laws that will soon make its debut in Singapore.
The number represents an increase of 80,000 eligible voters when the registers were last revised in 2017. It was not made known where the 80,000 new voters came from, but it is usually numbers of voters who had turned 21 since the last revision, or possibly newly minted Singaporeans who were given their citizenship since 2017.
A 33 year old man, believed to be a food delivery man, has been arrested by the police after knocking down an elderly woman at a Bukit Batok HDB void deck. The woman, a 65 year old who was not named, was checking her letterbox when the man knocked her down with his e-scooter on Friday night.
The reason for the water leak is given as a faulty sprinkler, all the way from Changi's Terminal 1 Arrival Hall, although it was not known how the water leak went all the way to Jewel. The affected shop was unoccupied, and based on reports, the issue was quickly attended to and the leak has been resolved.
This came just after both Singapore and Malaysia mutually suspended the implementation of their overlapping port limits. All these friendly gestures also came ahead of the Leader retreat between the two respective PMs, PM Lee and PM Mahathir.
A Nigerian man have been sentenced to one year in jail for two acts of secretly filming other men performing a sex act on him, and than subsequently demanding money from the men. Okereke Ransom Okechukwu, 34, a Nigerian national, had met both men via Grindr, a dating app for men.
Can someone come outright and say why these new entries can afford to offer cheaper prices? Will we pay the price further down the road, as this is just an entry gimmick? Or have we really been overcharged by Singapore Power all these while?