Arctic exhibition featuring top explorers set for world premiere in Singapore

A body of work produced by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers and artists which will reveal the magnificence of a white horizon, the charismatic icons of the polar north such as polar bears and seals, the brotherhood of walruses, birds of the northern sky and the hypnotic attraction of icebergs and glaciers is set to make its World Premiere at the Ion Art Gallery in Singapore on 5 April.  Continue reading “Arctic exhibition featuring top explorers set for world premiere in Singapore”

Reform Party man aiming for FAS seat. No deposit lost if he is defeated.

While we know that it will be two main teams battling for supremacy for the right to take control of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), what made heads turn when nominations closed on Saturday, 25 March at 6.00pm was the name of one Kumar Appavoo, who had submitted his nomination for one of the independent seats. Continue reading “Reform Party man aiming for FAS seat. No deposit lost if he is defeated.”

SGP Open Water Swimmers set for KL SEA Games

While five Singaporean swimmers successfully met the ‘A’ cut timings of 2:15:29:80 (men’s) and 2:38:47:39 (women’s) for the open water event for this year’s upcoming South-east Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, the top two male and female swimmers from the Liberty Insurance Open Water South-East Asian (SEA) Qualifiers 2017 held off Changi Coast on 25 March looks set to get the nomination nod to represent Singapore at the 29th SEA Games 2017 in KL. Continue reading “SGP Open Water Swimmers set for KL SEA Games”