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.
Prominent blogger Andrew Loh has called out on the fake news legislation, by indicating that once this law takes into effect, it will effectively place the Minister of Law as the most powerful, and crucially, the final arbiter of truth in Singapore.
Unfortunately for this Singaporean woman, her dreams of moving into a beautiful new flat was dashed. She has found some spotty mould on her HDB walls barely a month after getting her keys to her new flat. It was reported that the flat was somewhere in Tampines.
One man, a 27 year old who lives in the flat, even had to crawl out of the gates of the unit, as he did not have time to bring anything out. The man relies on a wheelchair or a can to move around because of a spinal problem.
The PAP's worse fear has indeed come true, as they will have at some point in time take on Tan Cheng Bock in an open election. This after his Progress Singapore Party, Mr Tan's political party, have been formally registered on March 28.
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?
Heng Swee Keat has gone on record as openly saying that Singaporeans are not ready to accept a minority raced candidate as their Prime Minister. This, despite 53 years of nation building, emphasizing the point that Singapore is a multi-racial society. And despite the fact that it was Heng's own party who decided a Malay President should be at the forefront of Singapore itself.
Islamophobia is a real thing, and it has inched its way to Singapore. In a recent survey conducted by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) s part of a global study, it was found that while 70% of the Singaporeans surveyed said they believe people of different faiths can get along well when they stay close together, 15% of those surveyed said they found Muslims threatening.