A woman had her leg stuck in the platform gap at Buona Vista MRT station this morning. Although she escaped mostly unharmed, an observer noticed that many Singaporeans were selfish and did not try to help. While the SMRT staff tried their best, they did not look like they were first-aid trained too. In times of emergency, do you think we will be able to depend on people for help?
Singaporean filmmaker Martyn See posted an open letter to ministers in asking them to clarify what are deemed falsehoods and what are not. Will the PAPigs address the issue so that Singaporeans can be better informed? If they ignore it, who can be certain that they will not use it arbitrarily?
Ang moh who received overnight fame after punching a security guard has surrendered himself and now wants to apologise. His actions have caused the victim to suffer multiple injuries. The security firm is thinking of taking action against him but police are still investigating.
Go-Jek driver apologised for being rude to an elderly couple because of a fare discrepancy. He asked for people to give him a second chance as he was fed up then and is otherwise nice to old people. Will you believe him?
Woman posted up a flyer looking for people with "standard American English" accent to read stories to her child. She got flamed for her preference, could not take it, then blamed the Internet for disclosing her details from the flyer. What do you think?
Malaysian death row inmate Michael anak Garing was executed at Changi Prison today despite pleas from the family and Amnesty International to do away with the death penalty. Is Singapore a regressed country or should it start to consider treating people's lives equally?
Makansutra founder was shocked to find a cafe with the same name in Dulwich College Singapore. He disapproved of them for using his branding and advised the college to change its name before he gets his lawyers working. Is this the kind of culture our schools are promoting now? Is that why every school is a 'good' school?
Dr Tan Cheng Bock's new party, the Progress Singapore Party, has its application approved-in-principle. Thanks to him, Singaporeans have a stronger alternative voice. How will the PAPpies react to this? Let us wait and see!