Month: December 2020

Happenings

Singapore start-up Bluorbit in lean logistics push.

Singapore tech start up Bluorbit in lean logistics push.

Happenings Trending

Nazri Nasir suffers minor stroke.

Former Singapore national skipper Nazri Nasir has suffered a mild stroke after he was admitted to hospital on Wednesday (Dec 16) for a medical procedure. This was

Sports Trending

Malaysian teenage girl plays for Bayern Munich U-17 team.

A 15-year-old Malaysian girl has joined the second squad of Bayern Munich’s under-17 women’s team. According to various news reports, Celine Chuang, a Malaysian national

Trending

Klopp pays tribute to Houllier.

Jürgen Klopp has paid tribute to Gerard Houllier on behalf of the current Liverpool squad after the former Reds boss died on Monday morning. The

Trending

The joke about a mini stadium in Kedah.

A Kedah state official became the subject of criticism after Malaysian netizens caught on that a newly built football stadium in the state had been

Sports

Divers secure SEA Games 2021 spots.

National divers Mark Lee (main photo), Timothy Lee, and Ashlee Tan, qualified for next year’s Southeast Asian (SEA) Games to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam

Esports

LEGION OF RACERS ATHLETE ANDIKA RAMA LIFTS 2020 TCL GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA SIM-PRO CROWN.

Legion of Racers pro athlete Andika Rama Maulana has lifted the 2020 TCL GT World Challenge Asia Esports Championship presented by Tarmac Works Sim-Pro crown.

Happenings Sports

Former FAS Deputy Director and wife charged for allegedly cheating FAS of more than $600k.

Former Football Association of Singapore (FAS) deputy director Rikram Jit Singh and his wife Asya Kirin Kames, alone with two others have been charged in

Sports

Suzuki Cup 2020 postponed to December 2021.

The ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) has announced that its flagship tournament, the AFF Suzuki Cup – which was originally scheduled for November 2020, has been

Singapore Premier League Sports

Albirex Niigata are the Singapore League champions.

Albirex Niigata continued the trend of foreign based clubs in Singapore picking up the championship when it pipped Tampines Rovers to the 2020 AIA Singapore

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