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?
How many Singaporeans still think all Indians likes to drink way too much, how many still think Chinese are heavy gamblers, and how many think all Malays are damn lazy? So, can a hijabi clad Malay woman ever be working in the offices of Google?
A Malaysian SBS Transit Bus driver had unfortunately been killed in an accident in Johor, while making his way down to Singapore for his work. The accident happened on Tuesday at around 12:45pm, and the other party did not stop to render help.
A Caucasian man has been caught on video mocking a security guard who was helping him to find the exit, probably after the stupid ang moh lost his way at the underground carpark. At the end of the video, the ang moh hit the security guard with what a punch, flooring the guard while his spectacles flew off his face.
The Nasi Padang generally comes with rice and about two or three servings of vegetables and meat combine, and they can cost anywhere from $6 to about $7.50. Chef Bob argued that these signature drinks are basically nothing more than teh with ice that has been given fanciful name. And the drinks can cost anywhere between $6 to $7.50.
A Singaporean woman was allegedly raped in her guesthouse while holidaying in Vietnam over the past weekend. The 30 year old woman, who was not named for obvious reasons, was holidaying with another female friend in Phan Thiet, a coastal city in Vietnam's southern province of Binh Thuan.
Law and Home Affairs Minister is at it again, this time saying that many people in Singapore may find things very offensive, but the Government will not ban all of those things that people find offensive. He neglected to mention that the Death Metal group Watain got banned precisely because some people started to find the group offensive on the day of the band's performance itself.
A 40 year old woman has been brought to hospital after the car she was driving in turned turtle in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The accident happened at the Yishu Dam. It was understood that the car had skidded.
Singapore Airline have said in a statement released today that they have grounded two of its SIA 787-10 Dreamliner planes from service. This after checks found that the two planes had issues with it Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Engines, specifically premature blade deterioration.