The Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation has raised more than $150,000 at its inaugural fund-raising Charity Gala dinner held at the Fort Canning Hotel on Saturday, 12 August. Continue reading “$150,000 boost for Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation”
Influential rugby referee legend and sports personality Nigel Owens (MBE) is set to step foot into Singapore for the first time as the keynote speaker for the Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation Charity Gala Dinner to be held on 12 August 2017 at the Fort Canning Hotel. Continue reading “Rugby Ref Nigel Owens to help raise $100k for Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation”
He takes his seat in Singapore’s most successful sport as its National Head Coach and Performance Director and he is all raring to go, with slightly more than a month to go to the Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading “All set and ready to rock and roll”
With the National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (NATAS) Fair 2017 taking place from 17 to 19 February, many would have ended up snatching deals for upcoming holidays with families and friends. Continue reading “Planning a road trip? We dare you to drive on these roads.”
The eldest son of former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-nam, who was assassinated in Kuala Lumpur by two female agents on 13 February had a Facebook page, it has been discovered. Continue reading “Murdered Kim Jong-nam had a Facebook page.”
They exchanged their marriage vows in a church and had their marriage registered at Singapore’s Registry of Marriages, vowing that only death should separate them. Continue reading “Married, but it isn’t death which keeps them apart.”
It is amazing how early retirement can sometimes take away a skilled hand from what he does so well. Continue reading “Changi Coast = Wild Singapore”
There were almost 1,500 complaints filed against renovation contractors in 2016, according to The Consumer Association of Singapore. Continue reading “HDB homes got so nice one meh? Seriously.”
She is only 14-years-old and yet Singaporean Kyra Poh is already a high flyer. Literally and metaphorically.
We have all heard of that one spooky, hantu (ghost, in Malay) story about Singapore’s MRT system at one point or another.