Lim Toon Leng, 44, and Linda Seah Lei Sie, 39, withheld their domestic worker's salary for almost a year and assaulted the maid over a period of three months in 2016.
Goh Kim Seng, 52, tied his girlfriend up with phone charging cables and assaulted her, then asked the victim’s teenage daughter whether he could rape her.
Pretending to have electronic gadgets, and tickets to the F1 race, a JJ Lin concert and even the 2018 National Day Parade, Foong Si Min, 23, tricked 28 victims on online sales platform Carousell.
Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon has taken the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) to task, noting that there were now "inherent difficulties" in what has transpired in the case that the AG has presented against Li Shengwu.
A 34-year-old man was charged in the State Courts on Friday (18 January) with the murder of a 40-year-old woman in Woodlands.
Former presidential candidate Tan Cheng Bock Bock announced on Friday (18 January) that he has applied to form a new political party along with 11 others including some ex-People’s Action Party (PAP) cadres.
A part-time cabby facing financial woes hatched a plan to steal a taxi so that he could earn fares from passengers without having to pay the rental for the vehicle, a court heard.
Animal welfare organisations in Singapore are urging tighter rules on pet cremation services following the case of a dog that died at a controversial pet boarding facility and was reportedly cremated without its owner’s knowledge.
Two Singaporeans were separately busted at Woodlands Checkpoint last Saturday (12 Jan) for attempting to smuggle bak kwa (barbequed meat) in from Malaysia.
While overseeing fitness tests for police national servicemen, an MHA civilian officer changed his own records to exempt himself from the test.
Afraid that he would be caught with contraband cigarettes, he panicked and accelerated the car he was driving – hitting a Singapore Customs officer in the process.
A 34-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder, after police discovered the body of a 41-year-old woman in a Woodlands flat on Thursday morning (17 January).
As of Friday (18 January), food products containing alcohol will be allowed for sale and consumption in public places past 10.30pm.
A former customer care consultant with Etiqa Insurance abused his employer's computer system which approved of travel insurance claims, a court heard.
An unemployed man signed contracts with telcos in his parents' names to get phones which he would then sell off for cash, a court heard.
After Jin Zhaojie dumped the woman, he became upset that she was seeing other men and uploaded the obscene videos onto his Tumblr account. Jin, a 20-year-old China national, was jailed four months and two weeks on Wednesday (16 January) on one count of criminal intimidation and one count of transmitting
A religious leader and one of his students have been placed on a Restriction Order (RO) under the Internal Security Act, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said on Wednesday (16 January). Murad Mohd Said, a 46-year-old freelance religious teacher, was issued the RO on 5 December for propagating “beliefs
G Radha Govindasamy, a 51-year-old Malaysian, was fined $3,000 on Wednesday (16 January) by the State Courts after she pleaded guilty to one count of doing a rash act to endanger the safety of 32-year-old Chua Chiew Theng. The court heard that on 4 May last year, Radha, who is a Singapore permanent
A cyclist and lorry driver who were involved in a road rage incident in Pasir Ris were charged in the State Courts on Wednesday (16 January).
Past shows similar to an upcoming world tour featuring drag queens in Singapore have not attracted "much feedback" from the public, said the Minister for Communications and Information S Iswaran on Tuesday (15 January).
Revealing the identity of the perpetrator behind Singapore's worst-ever cyberattack would not be in the Republic's national interest, said Minister-in-Charge of Cybersecurity S. Iswaran.
A teenager met a prostitute and tried to extort from the Chinese national by threatening to report her illegal sexual services to the police. When the Institute of Technical Education student previously pleaded guilty to the offence, the court heard that Kong had received a phone call from someone who
Singaporean Liang Juan, then a research fellow at the National University of Singapore Environmental Research Institute (NERI), denied knowing the identity of the company’s owner when asked. On Tuesday (15 January), Liang was jailed eight weeks’ on three counts of cheating NERI in 2012. Liang, who