sweet child o mine! — Guns N’Roses rocks Singapore! coming soon!

Photo: FB Screen Grab / Guns N’Roses

Generation X and Singaporeans of all ages will be looking forward to it later this year, with American rock legend Guns N’Roses scheduled to perform at the National Stadium on November 12.

“Singapore, I can’t wait, “the band tweeted Wednesday morning (July 20).

Click here for details…

American women share 10 reasons why Singapore is “the worst place to live” — one reason is that snakes fall from trees!

Photo: TikTokscreengrab / alisoninasia

Tik Tok, an American woman living in Singapore, has recently become a hot topic, with many netizens leaving negative comments, and some even telling her to “pack up and leave.”

Viral Alisoninasia’s TikTok has been watched 2.3 million times with the caption “10 Reasons Singapore’s Worst Place to Live”. Her list includes humidity, high living costs, snakes, and bad hair days.

Click here for details…

A Filipino maid in Singapore was sent to jail for intimidating her married boss and trying to distribute an intimate image.

Photo: Unsplash / JD Mason (for illustration purposes only).

A Philippine domestic helper was convicted of criminal intimidation on Monday (July 18) and sentenced to eight weeks in prison for attempting to intimidate a part-time former employer.

Melissa Bariga Cuison, 40, considered another charge of distributing intimate images.

Click here for details…

Netizens redistribute a video of NgEngHen shutting down LeongMunWai: “He’s advised not to give another speech.”

Netizens used social media to redistribute Leon Munwai’s video, which has been re-accused by Congress.

In parliament earlier this month, Non-Constituency Elector (NCMP) Leon Munwai sought clarification as to whether the Pentagon would consider further easing the eligibility criteria for postponing state service.

Watch the video here …

Ang Mo Kio SERS: Residents are angry that they have to replenish their money by saying, “How many years do I actually have to work to pay off all my debt?”

Ammocchio’s Selective Bulk Redevelopment Scheme (SERS) has faced a lot of backlash from residents, especially the elderly.

Earlier this month, HDB announced two new options for replacement apartments currently available to residents of Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 who have been selected for the Selective Bulk Redevelopment Scheme (Sers).

Click here for details…

Follow us on social media

Send your scoop to news@theindependent.sg


Source link

Previous articleInflation in the UK surged to its 40-year high due to rising food and fuel prices
Next articleEmirates News Agency-2024 Strasbourg nominated as the capital of UNESCO World Books