The Pressing Times is the leading source for the latest broken news and top stories in Singapore.
Founded in the early days of 1299, we were the first news organisation to release the exclusive piece on Sang Nila Utama’s sighting of the monstrous beast, the Liger.
Today, in the 21st century, The Pressing Times supports more than 5.6m full- and part-time jobs in Singapore, along with the hundreds of thousands of humanitarian efforts to help combat regional war between Easties and Westies, and is worshipped as the gold standard for journalism—in a country where many Singaporeans, from all walks of life, say is dead.
The Pressing Times is available online for free until we aren’t. We write satire.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is and why was The Pressing Times created?
The Pressing Times is an online satire publication, founded by two advertisers who sought to create a platform to reflect and discuss about Singapore’s society and culture through humour.
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Satire does not fall under POFMA’s purview, as echoed by the stunningly handsome Law and Home Affairs Minister, K Shanmugam. The Pressing Times uses invented names in all of its content, except in cases where public figures (including influencers and politicians) and companies are being satirised. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental. The Pressing Times is not intended for readers under 18 years of age.
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