COVID-19 wave in Singapore passes peak with daily cases dropping to 3,000. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung provides update on the situation.
Singapore's crackdown on scams intensifies with proposed legislation amendments to combat the rise of money mules and Singpass abusers. Find out how.
Singapore President Halimah Yacob has called for the government to work to prevent social advantages and privileges from becoming entrenched.
To encourage more children to be active in sports, Singapore will put in an additional $100 credit to the ActiveSG accounts of those aged between four and 12.
MOH to launch Healthier SG programme in July & give out $20 vouchers & higher subsidies for patients with chronic illnesses.
The Ministry of National Development will launch 200 community care apartments in Bedok this year and 3 new sites for shared rental flats for singles.
"Friendly Streets" - an initiative to make residential communities more people-friendly by enhancing the walking and cycling experience - will be piloted in five neighbourhoods.
The move for most supermarkets to charge shoppers at least 5 cents for each disposable carrier bag will begin on 3 July.
Here's why the Education Ministry is making changes in university admission to get A-Level students to focus on their interests rather than grades.
Singapore will adopt a new Code of Practice for app stores to require them to remove harmful content, and is looking at an age classification scheme for online games.
Anglo-Chinese School's plan to move one of its primary schools to the Tengah heartlands was based on the premise that the school cannot remain boys-only.
Singapore is considering the option for the public to block international calls and SMSes in its battle against scams.
The Online Criminal Harms Act will be introduced later this year to combat online criminal activities and curb online gambling.
The Ministry of Defence will relax its exit permit requirements and build a new social and recreation hub, to cater to the changing needs of the NSmen.
Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen said that amid the uncertain global climate, defence in Singapore requires steady investment during goods times and peace.
The resident total fertility rate in Singapore dropped to its lowest-ever level of 1.05 in 2022, falling below the previous record of 1.1 in 2020.
Here's why MAS is going to issue a commemorative coin to mark the anniversary of the birth of Singapore's first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew.
HDB will be commissioning an independent study on mould growth seen in flats in Sengkang and Punggol, following recent complaints by residents.
A variety of strategies are adopted by Singapore schools and institutes of higher learning to detect the use of AI technology such as ChatGPT for plagiarism in assignments.
There has been no change to the government's decision to provide funding to SPH Media Trust, even after the media giant's recent discovery of inflation of its circulation figures.
From mid-2023, large supermarket operators will be required to charge at least five cents for each disposable carrier bag to shoppers at their physical stores.
Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said in Parliament that Singapore's current COVID-19 measures are appropriate to prevent a surge of infections, even as China is reopening its borders for travel.
The Singapore Parliament voted on Tuesday (29 November) to repeal Section 377A of the Penal Code, a colonial-era law which criminalises gay sex between men.
Leader of the Opposition Pritam Singh said that the Workers' Party will lift the party whip on the Parliamentary debate on the repeal of Section 377A.
Singapore authorities have contingency plans to prevent stampedes and crowd crushes at large-scale events, said Minister of State for Home Affairs Sun Xueling.