Singapore’s biggest carnival, the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival, has welcomed its 1,000,000th visitor.
By Jose Raymond
Exactly one year after announcing the One Team Singapore matching grant in Parliament for Budget 2017, not a single National Sports Association (NSA) appears to have benefited from the fund despite having submitted claims to government agency Sport Singapore. Continue reading “One year on, sports associations have yet to get a cent from One Team SGP Fund.”
The Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation (CSTSF) managed to get into the Singapore Book of Records on 30 December after it managed to get 203 swimmers to tread water for a total of five minutes at the Toa Payoh Swimming Complex, capping off 2017 in fine fashion, nine months after launching in March 2017. Continue reading “Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation enters Singapore Record Books.”
Mixed martial arts fighter May Ooi is a doctor, an Olympian and is now fighting in the ONE Fighting Championship circuit in the straw-weight division. Continue reading “42-years old. Doctor. Olympian. MMA fighter. Now, May Ooi wants an Asian Games gold medal.”
The figurine enthusiast who has created models of prominent Singaporean statesmen and women like Lee Kuan Yew, SR Nathan, Halimah Yacob and Tony Tan has just added a new face to the collection. Continue reading “Who wants a piece of Low Thia Khiang?”
Three Singapore swimming clubs have rallied to support the Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation (CSTSF) in its inaugural ‘Splash for Singapore 2017 – Care, Share and Swim Week” to help raise $48,000 for under-resourced Singaporean athletes. Continue reading “Swim Clubs Support Chiam See Tong Sports Foundation, aim to enter record books.”
A man who dressed up as a suicide bomber apparently for a Halloween Party freaked residents of Kuala Lumpur condominium Damansara Perdana. Continue reading “Suicide Bomber costume for Halloween. Police hunt ongoing in KL.”
Move over Nasi Lemak Burger. Malaysia has a new nasi lemak.
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has been fined US$30,000 (S$40,874) by the Asian Football Confederation.
The fines come two and a half months after fans of the Malaysian national team repeated chants of ‘anjing’ or dogs targeted at Singaporeans and Bruneians during the recent Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading “You say ANJING. You kena fine.”
A nasty accident involving a $750,000 red McLaren and a taxi happened in the wee hours of the morning along Yishun Avenue 1. Continue reading “McClaren and taxi crash off Yishun. Yishun, again.”