Defending champions Brunei DPMM will not be able to take part in the resumed 2020 Singapore Premier League season due to travel restrictions.
Yahoo News Singapore takes a look back at some key events marking the 45th US President's engagement with this region from 2017 to 2019.
A 74-year-old TCM practitioner has been accused of molesting a female customer under the guise of treating her to improve her blood circulation.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed three new COVID-19 cases in Singapore as of Monday (26 October) noon, taking its total case count to 57,973.
The TOC's chief editor Terry Xu and an alleged content provider Daniel De Costa Augustin are on trial for criminally defaming members of Singapore's Cabinet.
The Ministry of Health confirmed 14 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore as of Saturday (24 October) noon, taking the country’s total cases to 57,965.
The government should get feedback from the “silent majority”, whose views are very often not reflected online, said an SMU don.
What are the key matches and storylines to look out for in the next round of English Premier League action? Yahoo News Singapore lists the top three.
The NUS said it took into account the mental health of the two alleged victims involved in the Jeremy Fernando saga before making its police report.
All new cases are imported – including a one-year-old baby girl – marking the fifth day in a row with zero locally-transmitted COVID-19 infections.
A man who died in a fire caused by a charging PMD had left his place of refuge in a toilet to try and save his dogs in the living room.
A man who tried to bribe a police officer to let him off after he was twice caught improperly masked was sentenced to four weeks’ jail in Singapore.
A Disciplinary Tribunal will investigate the complaint of alleged misconduct against two legal service officers who prosecuted Parti Liyani.
The Court of Appeal on 23 October granted leave for a judicial review application by a drug trafficker on death row to be heard.
Singapore and Germany residents will soon be able to travel between the two countries via the Reciprocal Green Lane arrangement.
An MMA fight event next Friday (30 October) will be the first sporting event in Singapore to allow a limited live audience since the circuit breaker.
A woman who caused a scuffle at Huawei’s JEM outlet during its National Day promotion last year was jailed two weeks and fined $1,000 on 22 October.
Singapore students rank highly when it comes to global competences needed to live in an interconnected and changing world.
A former Singapore international footballer was found guilty on Thursday (22 October) of kissing and groping the friend of a Tinder date.
The Ministry of Health confirmed eight new COVID-19 cases in Singapore as of Thursday (22 October), taking the country’s total cases to 57,941.
A man was jailed and banned from owning pets in Singapore for a year, after he flung a kitten to its death while threatening his wife during an argument.
Zulfikar Mohamad Shariff, who was detained in 2016 for spreading terrorist ideology, has been jailed six weeks for lying in his passport application.
A 48-year-old man was jailed 20 weeks on Thursday (22 October) after pleading guilty to committing an indecent act with his then 13-year-old niece.