Caltex forced to investigate cheating case thanks to Singaporeans

Singaporeans have been outraged by a recent cheating case where a BMW driver cheated and bullied an elderly pump attendant into paying for his...

PAP MP Murali Pillai: Can we let Kong Hee serve prison at home?

In a question raised to the Law Ministry, PAP MP Murali Pillai spoke up for the convicted City Harvest Church fraudsters and asked if...

Singtel, Starhub and M1 bill charge users for “premium services”

All three Singapore's phone companies are guilty of charging their mobile subscribers extras for "premium services" they did not sign up for, prompting floods...

Ex-China Singaporean jailed 6 weeks for maid abuse

A new Singaporean citizen from China was sentenced to 6 weeks' jail today (Mar 13) for abusing her Indonesian maid. According to court proceedings, the...

Singaporean mother turn to Facebook for help because PAP MP is useless

With a useless PAP MP and the nonchalance attitude of the pre-school and Singapore Police, a Singaporean mother is now in depression and severe...

Singapore Police: Overcrowding causing spike in molest

In the first ever admission that Singapore is overpopulated, the Singapore Police said in their press release yesterday (Feb 26) that overcrowding in public...

Convicted City Harvest Church leader tried to abscond Singapore by sampan

One of the six convicted City Harvest Church leader, Chew Eng Han, was arrested on a motorised sampan at Pulau Ubin yesterday (Feb 21)...

Post office at Potong Pasir CC robbed

Singapore saw it's second shop robbery in recent years this afternoon (Feb 8) after a masked man successfully robbed a post office in Potong...

Molest cases jumped 60% due to MRT overcrowding and breakdown

According to the latest crime stats by the Singapore Police yesterday (Feb 3), molest cases in public transport spiked up 60.5% in a single...

Little India become new Geylang

According to interviews with food stall owners by Chinese papers Shin Ming Ri Bao, prostitutes are now openly canvassing for business in Little India's...

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States Times Review to shut down on Polling Day

States Times Review will shut down tomorrow on Polling Day. I have done enough for Singapore and it is up to Singaporeans to decide their...

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More arrests, more POFMA and more censorship

Following the increase in public criticism as seen in the PAP candidate Ivan Lim saga, Singapore's ruling party dictatorship looks set to impose stricter...