SINGAPORE - The top 10 stories from last month have been chosen for voting in the inaugural STOMP Citizen Journalism Awards.
The website seeks to honour the most impactful, engaging and much-talked-about stories contributed by the man in the street.
Beginning this month, the top 10 stories of the past month will be shortlisted for public voting.
To vote, all you need to do is "like" STOMP's Facebook page, which will give you access to the Citizen Journalism Awards section.
The STOMPer whose contribution earns the most number of votes will win the Citizen Journalist of the Month award. The winner will take home a bottle of wine made from a recipe concocted by world-renowned winemaker Denis Dubordieu.
The winner of the monthly award will also be in the running for the Citizen Journalist of the Year award.
And the nominees are...
Hyundai driver flees after hitting Toyota on East Coast Parkway
"Superhero" lectures passengers on train etiquette
Woman waits for dress to be altered - in her underwear
Mum ridicules son in packed restaurant
Man needs 37 stitches after Lavender Food Centre slashing
Honda drivers post video of themselves racing
Loan shark sends death threats to family
Huge caterpillars spotted crawling on tree at Tampines
Jurong West resident puts up divider to block a neighbour's view
Worker dies after fall from height at Sims Drive construction site
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