A careless e-scooter rider refused to pay up or admit his mistake after crashing into a car at Woodlands. He was not supposed to be on the road and worst, was not wearing a helmet. Unfortunately for him, the accident was caught on camera and he may not be able to get away scot free.Read More »
Singapore activist Jolovan Wham has expressed gratitude towards Lee Hsien Yang for offering $20,000. Wham is appealing against the High Court which found him guilty of scandalising the judiciary. He previously insinuated that Malaysia's judges were more independent than Singapore's. What will LHL have to say to this now that his brother is helping an activist he is so against? How will this feud unfold?Read More »
Man Desperately Looking For Suitable Liver Donor For His Father, Begged That He Be Granted New Lease Of Life
A man living in Singapore is desperately looking for a suitable liver donor for his father. His father suffers from end-stage liver disease and has blood type O+. Those who are keen to help give the father a new lease of life may click in for more details.Read More »
Dr Tan Cheng Bock’s First Meet The People Session Drew Massive Crowd, Proves That He Remains Popular Among Singaporeans
More than 200 people showed up at Dr Tan Cheng Bock's first Meet the People Session last week. Dr Tan is leading his new political party called the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), and has evidently garnered the attention and support of many Singaporeans. He was grateful for the turnout and announced that his party will officially be launched in June. The Pappies should be scared of what is coming soon!Read More »
Singaporeans were treated to a rare waterspout sighting near the downtown areas. Do not worry, waterspouts are weaker and as dangerous as the tornadoes we see on TV. Meanwhile, expect thundery showers lasting through to the next week. Is winter finally coming?Read More »
A group of activists will be holding an event discussing the POFMA Bill and its impact on free speech in Singapore. Many people have been up in arms ever since the Bill was passed. Will it do more harm than good? Is it a means to curb fake news or is it only a tool to suppress free speech? What do you think?Read More »
Rats Having Buffet At Ang Mo Kio Rubbish Bin, Is This What S’poreans Get For Paying Conservancy Charges?
A resident was shocked to find a bunch of rats feasting by a rubbish bin at Ang Mo Kio. The bin was clearly overflowing with rubbish and had not been cleared for some time. This is not the first time it has happened in recent weeks. A few weeks ago, another resident posted a video of rats rummaging through rubbish at Pasir Ris. Is this what Singaporeans get despite paying conservancy charges? Why can't the authorities do their basic duties properly?Read More »
A man and his family were horrified to find a cockroach in their food at Georges Beach Club. The FT was scarred from the experience and hope that the authorities will take action against the disgusting restaurant. He warned that he will let people from his personal and professional networks hear of this. The restaurant has not publicly apologised. What are they waiting for?Read More »
NMPs Propose Amendments To Fake News Bill, Want To Have Independent Council To Oversee Decision Makers
3 NMPs have filed a Notice of Amendment to the POFMA in which they outlined various improvements they want to see in the Bill. They proposed that the relevant Minister must explain why something is considered a falsehood and why certain actions have to be taken. They also suggested for an independent council to oversee the decision-making process so that online falsehoods can be countered better and fairer. The next Parliament sitting is on 6 May. Will the people in power bother to listen? Singaporeans will wait and see.Read More »
Singaporeans Hold Hong Lim Park Speeches & Gather Signatures Against Fake News Bill, But Will They Make A Difference?
Singaporeans have expressed concerns over the proposed fake news law. Some will be taking part in an event at Hong Lim Park today while others have signed a document calling for the withdrawal of the bill. Everytime there are new changes, Singaporeans voice displeasure through petitions, speeches and discussions. Have conversations worked? Will they work? If the elites do not start listening to what people have to say, it is time Singaporeans wake up themselves and make a choice that will let us all be heard.Read More »