• LTA Officer Refuses to Issue Summons to Illegally Parked PAP Grassroots Cars
  • PAP Grassroots Leader Complains to PM Lee about the Constant Wayang
  • How come govt suddenly willing to spend $500 million on helping our needy?
  • Peaceful Protest Against 6.9M: 2yrs on - 31st Jan 4pm to 7pm at Speakers' Corner
  • PRC Scholar: PRCs and Singaporeans are culturally different
  • Young Girl Steals Diamond Ornament worth Hundreds of Thousands from Shop in MBS
  • AHPETC Explains that Arrears Rate is 5.66% and Previously Reported 29.4% was Wrong
  • 3 in 5 Singaporeans feel local property is still overpriced
  • US Amazed at Bill Gates drinking “Poop Water” when S'pore has done it for 15 years
  • I Support SDP but I also think there's Room for Improvement

TWO STUDENTS FROM EDGEFIELD SEC STOP TO HELP LOST BOY AND EVEN GIVE HIM SHOES

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 1:02pm

A netizen posted to facebook about a good deed which he had seen recently where two secondary school students went out of their way to help a lost child. The netizen, Zen Ginji posted the above photo explaining that there were 2 students who had found a small boy wandering around alone without any shoes.


PM LEE, WHY DO YOU PICK ON SINGAPOREANS?

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 12:53pm

NOT LIVING IN SINGAPORE, BUT STILL MUST PAY MEDISHIELD LIFE?

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 11:39am

I read with interest the articles on MediShield Life and how the Central Provident Fund Board will be empowered to access citizens’ income details and health status (“Granting access to health and income data makes sense”; last Saturday). It is logical to assume there would be bias against those who have been hospitalised. 


YUAN CHING ROAD DEATHS: MAN SENT EMAIL TITLED 'FINAL NOTE' TO MEDIA BEFORE MURDER

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 11:35am

A man involved in the Yuan Ching Road slashing incident on Friday morning had apparently sent an email to the media about his grievances with his wife and their maid. The lengthy email, which was sent to various newsrooms at 8.11am, had the subject header "Jurong Murder" and a headline "Final Note". Shin Min Daily News reproduced the entire email.


17 YEAR OLD BELIEVED TO HAVE MOLESTED TWO GIRLS IN HDB LIFTS ARRESTED BY POLICE

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 10:32am

A 17 year old boy has been arrested by police at Hougang Avenue 8 for allegedly molesting two girls in lifts. The incidents occurred on Jan 29 when a 15 year old girl lodged a police report about having been molested by an unidentified man shortly before 7pm when she was in the lift going up to her home.


MAN AND WOMAN FOUND DEAD AT FOOT OF BLOCK IN CHIN SWEE ROAD

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 9:17am

Two people were found dead at the foot of block 53 along Chin Swee Road on Friday evening. The incident happened at about 8:30 and both were pronounced dead at the scene by SCDF at about 8:45. The man had suffered a fracture to the skull as well as fractures on the hands, chest and hip. The woman also suffered a fractured skill, right hand chest and both lower legs. Passers by explained that police came quickly and covered up the bodies.


THE NEW ALCOHOL BAN IS TOO RESTRICTIVE AND FAILS TO ADDRESS THE ROOT PROBLEMS

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 9:08am

Dear TRS, Really appreciate you for taking the time to read this humble post of mine. However, I hope that any reader will not be offended by the opinions provided. As a 21yr old full time student at a local university, my first reaction to such a law was of disbelief considering the amount of time I used to spent during my NSF days drinking at some park during BBQ or even at the bridge outside Zouk.


阿里和中国政府吵架 新加坡损失惨重

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 8:45am

中国电商巨头阿里巴巴最近和中国政府吵架,加上营业业绩低于预期,导致阿里巴巴股价连续两天累计下跌13.14%,市值蒸发大约330亿美元。 而持有阿里巴巴1.03%股份的新加坡投资旗舰淡马锡控股,连续两天损失3.3亿美元市值,可谓损失惨重。


SINGAPORE HOUSING MARKET IS FALLING AND DEFAULTS ARE RISING

THEREALSINGAPORE 31 January 2015 - 8:38am

Alex Zou joined about 100 Singaporeans who packed shoulder-to-shoulder into an auction at the Amara Hotel on a Friday afternoon looking for a cheap home to buy. The bargain hunters who stuffed themselves into the 50-seat conference room are another sign of the decline of Singapore’s housing market. After five years of price gains, values are falling and defaults are rising following government measures to curb lending and a decline in the number of foreign buyers.


Pages

Subscribe to The Real Singapore RSS