Want to enjoy a Safe and Cheap holiday across the causeway? Be Patient!

Ninety per cent of the officers from the Immigration and Checkpoint Authority (ICA) were on duty and about 500 officers worked overtime during the Christmas holidays to manage the high volume of traffic flow at the Woodlands and Tuas Checkpoints, Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam said on 27 Dec. Noting the grumbles of the long […]

NTUC FairPrice to extend Pioneer Generation discounts, but remove priority queues

NTUC FairPrice Pioneer Generation Discount

NTUC FairPrice announced on 27 Dec that it will be extending its Pioneer Generation Discount scheme for another six months until 30 Jun 2019. This extension will amount to about S$2 million, in addition to the S$16 million in discounts that it has already given since the scheme’s launch in 2014. This will also be […]

Lorry vs Cyclist: 5 points to learn for us all 

Lorry vs Cyclist

Now that everyone has calm down already, let’s see what both parties in the lorry and cyclist drama can potentially kena. Singapore is a no-nonsense country and everything here is law-by-law one. Each party should bear some responsibility mah right or not? If not next time other driver go and bang cyclist also can get […]

260 evacuated after fire breaks out at Kampung Admiralty

Kampung Admiralty

About 260 people, including senior citizens and children, were evacuated after a fire broke out at the Kampung Admiralty retirement complex on 26 Dec. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) responded to the incident at 676 Woodlands Drive 71 at about 1pm. An electrical floor scrubber was said to be the trigger of the alarm […]

Sure Boh? My salary increment is co-fund by Gahment?

salary increment

The Wage Credit Scheme (WCS) was first introduced in Budget 2013. Through this scheme, the government co-funds business owners for increasing their employees’ wages. It also aims to encourage business owners to share the productivity gains with their employees. For employers to qualify for the WCS payouts for 2019, they must first increase the gross […]

Karma comes around – so you better be good for Santa this year!

Lorry vs Cyclist

Ever felt so angry that you just wanted to smash something? Well, this cyclist on the road did, after he thought a lorry driver was pressuring him by driving too closely next to him. The male cyclist, part of a pair wearing a matching set of outfits, was cycling in the middle of a lane, […]

Woman Taken to Hospital After Fire Breaks Out at Macpherson Building

A woman has been taken to the hospital after a fire broke out at the headquarters of a pest control company, Rentokil Initial Singapore, in MacPherson on 21 Dec. Plumes of thick black smoke could be seen billowing from the building even from hundreds of meters away. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) responded to […]

Malaysia Bans Seafood Export? No Problem!

Want impose export bans, go ahead lor. We are ever ready. Malaysia’s temporary prohibition on seafood exports are not likely to have a significant impact on Singapore’s overall seafood supply, according to the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA). As similar bans have been imposed for the past 6 years, importers are well-prepared to […]

NTUC members to get free tickets to Gardens by the Bay.

Aiming to benefit 25% of union members who are less affluent, NTUC partners with Gardens by the Bay to provide free admission tickets to the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome conservatories. Each eligible union member is entitled to four admission tickets which can be redeemed at their own leisure. Eligible members will be notified via […]