Leong Mun Wai removes some allegations from Facebook post

NCMP Leong Mun Wai, removed some allegations from his Facebook post after being called out for “unparliamentary conduct”. The post had questioned the government’s claim that Lee Hsien Yang and Mrs Lee Suet Fern had “absconded”. Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam raised the issue in a ministerial statement, which led Mr Leong to […]

Singapore ranked the top city in Asia for two consecutive years

Singapore has been named the top city in Asia for two consecutive years, and ranked eighth globally in the Global Cities Index report released by global asset management company Schroders on Friday, March 24th. The report evaluates cities based on their economic, environmental, innovation, and transportation performance. Singapore was ranked first in Asia and eighth […]

Uncle Choked and Fainted in Coffee Shop, Rescued by Nearby Clinic Staff

On Tuesday evening, March 21st, at around 6:30 pm, an uncle choked while dining in a coffee shop of block 501 in Jurong West. He then fainted and fell to the ground, hitting his head and suffering from a cut that caused bleeding. Staff from a nearby clinic rushed to the scene upon hearing the […]

Residents of Bukit Panjang hit by second water supply disruption in three months.

Residents of the Build-to-Order (BTO) project in Bukit Panjang were hit by their second water supply disruption in just three months. This time, the outage lasted for three hours on Sunday, March 19, leaving residents frustrated and inconvenienced. It is the second water supply disruption since they moved in about a year ago. The town […]

41-year-old woman complains about being molested by her teacher 24 years ago

41-year-old woman complains about being molested by her teacher 24 years ago

A 41-year-old woman has alleged that she was molested by a male teacher in a famous school when she was studying. After 24 years, the police intervened after receiving the report and arrested the teacher for investigation. A reporter from Shin Min Daily News got in touch with the woman involved in the incident. During […]

Fewer employers are discriminating against ex-offenders and inmates, but more needs to be done

You know NTUC has been engaging different groups of workers through Every Worker Matters Conversations right? Recently they just engaged our ex-offenders and inmates with Yellow Ribbon Singapore (YRSG) and Singapore Prison Services (SPS).  The first session was held on 13 January 2023 and was attended by almost 140 participants comprising ex-offenders, employers, aftercare partners […]