The worsening haze situation here has become a big talking point online. Many are sharing pictures of how bad the haze is in their neighbourhoods. Here is just a small selection of the pictures people ahve been sharing on Twitter.
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For the highly gullible, April 1 every year can be an exciting time. Companies are coming out with the most amazing products and also some truly shocking announcements. Here is our pick of some of the best jokes so far.
There are two possibilities. The first, which would be shocking but not impossible, is that a poll would happen very soon. If the Prime Minister wants to get it over and done with before Chinese New Year and the Budget, then there are just two possible Saturdays left: Jan 26 and Feb 2. The...
Does it make sense for a developer to price a unit at $2 million when its target customers have an income ceiling of $12,000?
SDP today became the latest to signal interest in contesting Punggol East, setting up the possibility of a six-cornered fight. Why is everyone so interested in contesting the ward?
Another day, another release from Gallup showing what a dour place Singapore apparently is.
So, if the fear-mongers, armchair prophets and tin-foil hat-wearing, dyed-in-the-wool conspiracy theorists are right, then the world will be over in few short days.
The shock resignation of former Speaker of Parliament Michael Palmer over an affair he had with a People’s Association staffer Lauren Ong may have set tongues wagging but the truth is that illicit affairs are not uncommon.
In the great battle for mindshare and eyeballs that is the media scene today, the pressure is to continuously find that special hook or gimmick – something to set your show, your publication, your site standing out in a sea of similar content.