With the boundaries increasingly blurred between the activity areas of humans and animals in Singapore, the need to learn how to coexist has become more urgent. says primatologist Andie Ang.
The operator was awarded a Type 2 "sandbox" licence, valid for up to one year, after which it will have to apply for a Type 1 full licence to operate with a larger fleet of bicycles.
Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has congratulated China's President Xi Jinping on the 25th anniversary of the return of Hong Kong to the mainland.
The Football Association of Singapore appointed Englishman Michael Browne as technical director, six months after the departure of his predecessor Joseph Palatsides.
Singapore's reigning badminton world champion Loh Kean Yew has been given a favourable draw in the upcoming Singapore Badminton Open.
On the same day when the historic Bukit Timah Railway Station reopened after restoration, SingPost has released a set of stamps featuring different landmarks of the Rail Corridor.
Singaporeans should not get worked up over comments made by former two-time Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, said Singapore's defence minister Ng Eng Hen on Thursday (30 June).
Erik ten Hag's reputation may be enough to convince top players to join Manchester United, but it's still a long road back to glory, says Neil Humphreys.
Indonesia has been approved to export frozen, chilled, and heat-processed chicken meat and products to Singapore.
A 60-year-old British chief executive officer who assaulted a taxi driver after a drinking session was on Thursday (30 June) sentenced to eight weeks' jail and fined $1,000.
A month after he celebrated his 60th birthday, Fandi Ahmad has stepped down from his role as FAS head of elite youth to spend more with his family.
It is 'entirely possible' for a Malay or an Indian person to become a Prime Minister in Singapore, said Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam in an interview with BBC. Here's what else he said.
The police said it has contacted the next-of-kin of the deceased and apologised for the officer’s actions. Here's what happened.
Smoking will be banned from all remaining public parks and gardens, certain water sites and 10 recreational beaches from Friday (1 July).
The top Toto prize for the next draw on Thursday (30 June) has snowballed to $8 million, after it had not been won for the past three draws.
Despite its downsides, meritocracy is still the best way to organise Singapore's society, said Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong.
The father of an 18-month-old Singaporean boy who died from COVID-19 said he is facing a "difficult" time.
Singapore's approach to dealing with criticism is to listen to it because "nobody has a monopoly of wisdom", said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Singapore shuttler Loh Kean Yew slumped to an opening-round exit at the Malaysia Open, falling to Hong Kong's Lee Cheuk Yiu in the round of 32.
As at 31 May, four cases of adverse reactions were reported out of the 2,792 doses of Nuvaxovid administered here, at a 0.14% incidence rate.
A man who sexually preyed on children with learning or physical disabilities for over 16 years was sentenced to 45 years in jail.
Despite being the complete footballer, Raheem Sterling is still struggling to prove his worth to England, Man City and even Chelsea, says Neil Humphreys.