It was issued on April 23 that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong reshuffled his Cabinet, in the first change to political assignments ever since the general election last year.
Radio personality Joshua Simon was so nervous when he was about to share a photo and a video on Facebook ten years ago. The images portrayed were of him, his friends, and a plethora of other people enjoying the 2011 edition of Singapore’s Pink Dot rally, a gathering of Singapore’s LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) community.
It was reported here in Asia1 news that a fire has wreaked havoc on the seventh story of a flat from Block 557 Bedok North Street 3 on a fine Saturday morning this April 24, 2021. The news was from Singapore Civil Defence Force or SCDF in a Facebook post. The news also went out from The Strait Times and Channel News Asia.
It has been a long staggering year since the first case of Covid-19 in Singapore was confirmed on January 23, 2020. Like other countries that were affected by the pandemic, Singaporean’s lives have been put on a spin during this viral pandemonium.
Many journalists are making their name in Singapore within their respective fields. Some of them are also respective names in different fields with a variety of other skills and talents that makes them unique. Some of them are also born and raised in Singapore but work internationally.
Rochor, Singapore – a man by the name Erik Chan was arrested by the Rochor Neighbourhood Police for crashing towards the Sungei road’s flea markets causing multiple civilian injuries and 2 car crashes.