Singapore public transport fares will increase from 5 April 2015 onwards. Here are the...

From 5 April 2015, public transport fares will increase. Adult card fares (largest group that will be affected) will increase by 2 to 5...

What you need to know about the “new” Singtel

Unless you live in a cave, you’ll have heard of Singtel and have used their service before. And unless you live in another bigger...

Selling things online? Make sure you deliver because the authorities are watching

It’s common for us to make an official complaint to third-party e-commence shopping mall like Qoo10 or Amazon when we did not receive our...

Singapore’s and Malaysia’s ranks in 2015 Cost of Living Index

Take a guess before reading this. Do you think Singapore tops the list? Well, apparently not. Switzerland tops the list, followed by Norway and Venezuela. Singapore...

No complaints in Sim Lim Square in 2015 could be attributed to something else...

If there’s one good thing about Jover Chew’s viral story, it would be this: in the whole of 2015 so far, there has been...

Shorter waiting times (faster by 25%) for MRT in 2016 and 2018 onwards

Finally, an announcement about shorter waiting time for trains. Through the years, we’ve heard (or maybe it’s just me) that the waiting times for train...

You won’t believe which country loves selfies the most (hint: it’s very close to...

Try guessing which city in the world has the most number of selfies taken. Maybe one in a developed country like the US? Or...

If you are stopped by TP, fret not: They might give you a soft...

Some of us have this love-hate relationship with traffic police: on one hand, we hope that they’ll catch more speeding and reckless drivers, while...

Illegal parking like a boss regularly? In 2015, you’ll have to change your habit

To most drivers, we remember the “P-plate” period—365 days of careful driving, honking by others and +60 seconds for parking. We constantly wait for...

What happens when your name made it to the Google Top Searches in Singapore...

Apparently, when you’re very Google-able in Singapore, it’s not exactly good news. In fact, you’ll disappear from Singapore—either literally or from the Internet. Just take...