- Govt Freely gives $1B to Stat Board found by AGO to have Serious Lapses
- Helpful KFC Staff Goes out of her way to help Visually Impared Tissue Seller
- 1000 Year old Mummified Monk Sits Inside Ancient Buddha Statue
- Josephine Teo: We will give $26 B in Subsidies to Public Transport over next 5yrs
- Ten Fundamental Flaws of 2015 Pre-election Goodies Budget
- Fernvale Residents: HDB Still Hasn't Made it Clear What's Happening with the Land
- Dear TRS, There have Already been 4 Major Service Disruptions on NSL this Year
- Indonesia Says Executions Won't be Delayed Despite Mercy Pleas
- Tharman Claimed PIC was "Successful" but Productivity Continually Fell Since 2011
- Japan Crown Prince says Japan Needs to Remember History Correctly
Sivanithy of Business Times has an article in the Mypaper today discussing about the conflicting interests of shareholders and stakeholders and between the pull of derivatives and equities. The shareholders want more profit and derivatives are the instruments to do just that while equities are no longer able to provide the meat for the profit hungry shareholders.
A 21 year old man was apparently caught by police after he went into the girls toilet at ITE west to peep at girls using the bathroom. The man had cross dressed as a woman in order to get into the bathroom. Photos of the man being questioned by police were uploaded online to twitter by @Noyyick who explained that she had caught the man trying to peep on her friends in the bathroom.
The High Court dismissed the case of a Singaporean man who was trying to recover hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of 'gifts' given to his former China-born mistress. Mr Kua Tee Beng, 67, had given the woman, Mdm Ye, many lavish gifts including Rolex watches, monthly allowances, and about $295,000 for a condo unit which was registered under Mdm Ye's name.
Today as we are all talking about the hospitablised former PM LKY who is in a serious condition and the possible aftermaths. A just recovered PM Lee Hsien Loong from a cancer diagnosis, the many non- stop discussion online and offline about Singaporeans' grouses with the current government and policies. Then we sense a coming election, GE2015 and politics. Let's take sometime as we need to remember.
Best public housing programme in the world One of Singapore’s greatest achievements as we celebrate our 50 years of independence is our much touted HDB public housing. BTO prices delinked from resale prices I remember more than two years ago – the National Development Minister said that HDB flats had become more affordable, as the BTO prices have been delinked from resale prices.