Reports indicated the deceased as Yeoh Yoke Khing, 37, who was heading into Singapore for work when the accident happened. His motorbike hit the rear tyre of a bus which was in the midst of doing a U-turn, and the victim died at the scene due to severe injuries caused by the collision.
Activist Gilbert Goh recounted his experience of visiting a family with 11 members living together in a 3-bedroom apartment in Ghim Moh. A few of their family members suffer from health problems are in need of some help.
A wrecked motorcycle was spotted in the middle of the Malaysia – Singapore Second Link today at around 8.30am in the direction of Singapore. Photos have been circulating online, showing the heavily damaged motorcycle which could be seen on the road, its front completely decimated.
Two-time gold medalist in the Southeast Asian Games marathon event Soh Rui Yong is attempting to add another milestone to his track and field career when he tries to break the 5,000m national record at the Flash Athletics Club annual Flash Relays to be held on Saturday, 7 October at the Bishan Stadium.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) once again looks to delight fellow Singaporeans who celebrate the occasion with a gorgeous visual feast of decorated MRT trains, which run on the North East Line and Downtown Line. So, if trains breakdown again, you can always look at the nice Deepavali decorations and enjoy them, while waiting for the trains to move again.
Our reader saw an old man standing at the junction of the road this morning with his cardboard collecting trolley and lamented the high standards of living in Singapore. Nope, the old man wasn't exercising.
A popular coffee shop located in Upper Serangoon, well known for its nasi lemak and prawn mee stalls, have been ordered by the authorities to shut down for one day for failing to provide soap in its toilet.
Located at 965-969 Upper Serangoon Road, Mee Sek houses popular establishments like Ponggol Nasi Lemak Centre and Wawa's Lechon and Grill.
In November 2016, a police report was lodged after films of schoolgirls relieving themselves or trying on clothes in changing rooms, as well as other obscene videos, were circulated on sex-themed online discussion site Sammyboy Forum. Initially a member of the Sammyboy Forum, Chew later joined 'SG Horizon Club' and 'LittleSG', which were Google groups that allow people to share and download obscene films of Singaporeans that were recorded here.