If you’re not interested in travelling all the way to town to celebrate Halloween, then guess what? Halloween is coming to you: through our MRTs. But, if you’re not the type who looks forward to meeting spirits – then make sure you avoid these stations at night!
Singapore has 144,934 registered motorcycles in 2013. This number is rising despite the cost of COE. The increased costs to ride can be overlooked as riders get to enjoy the breeze, convenience and the occasional hot chicks wrapped behind their backs.
Temasek Holdings CEO Ho Ching is unable to leverage on Singaporeans' savings because she is spending her time surfing the net and sharing her reading list on Facebook during office hours. Let's take a look at some of the interesting articles she read in a work day. She also supports gay marriage.
A group of gamblers has submitted a petition to URA and Minister of National Development Mr Khaw Boon Wan, ST has learned. The petition urged the authorities to build columbariums beside the two integrated resorts which houses Singapore's casinos.
Newly-weds Singaporean heiress Arissa Cheo and Taiwanese rock star Van Ness Wu seem to have hit a major bump in their marriage, said reports online. The couple, who just recently celebrated their one-year anniversary, have sparked talks of marriage woes when they allegedly had a war of words on their respective Instagram accounts.
League Two (fourth tier) Cambridge United, the lowest ranked team left in the FA Cup, will host 11-times winners Manchester United after last night’s (Jan 5) draw for the fourth round of the competition.
Don’t panic—no gourds were hurt in the making of this McFlurry. Squash means marshmallows in this case—marshmallows that get topped with bubblegum syrup to make the Bubblegum Squash McFlurry. This cloying, frighteningly blue McFlurry option is for those of you into Fear Factor-style dining.
But Venessa Wong at Bloomberg Businessweek writes that McDonald's doesn't offer veggie burgers because no one buys them. The chain has tried launching vegetarian burgers on numerous occasions without success, CEO Don Thompson told investors in 2011. "We ended up serving four a day," Thompson said.