Singapore has plans in place to acquire eggs from elsewhere should Malaysia stop or limit its egg exports, AVA said Thursday (13 December).
A taxi driver who fatally crashed into a 53-year-old pedestrian was on Thursday (13 December) sentenced to three weeks' jail and banned from driving for five years. Soo Yeow Pin, 46, who no longer works as a cabby, pleaded guilty to once charge of causing death by a negligent act.
A prime mover driver who killed two power-assisted bicycle users and injured another in a 2016 accident was jailed and banned from driving on Thursday (13 December).
A Singaporean's attempt to smuggle 12 puppies into Singapore on Tuesday morning (11 December) was thwarted when he was stopped by an Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officer at Tuas Checkpoint.
While out on bail after being arrested for molest, 47-year-old Soo Fook Khan flashed his genitals at another woman.
Renowned triathlete Chris McCormack is has big dreams for his Super League Triathlon series, which will see its finale take place in Singapore this coming February.
The off-service double decker bus driven by Kwa Ah Bah, a 67-year-old Singaporean, hit Tan Meow Hiang while the 46-year-old Malaysian was crossing the road at Jalan Boon Lay on 8 November last year. Kwa earlier pleaded guilty to one count of committing a negligent act by failing to keep a proper lookout
Amid the ongoing maritime boundary dispute with Malaysia, the Singapore government on Wednesday (12 December) filed a declaration under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) to prevent the unilateral commencement – by Singapore or any other country – of third-party arbitration
Why, after more than 50 years apart, is Malaysia clinging to this umbilical cord of history, wonders veteran journalist Bertha Henson.
The SMRT worker who was injured while carrying out maintenance work on the MRT tracks near Joo Koon station on early Wednesday morning (12 December) has had his right foot amputated.
Here are the top 10 Singapore sports newsmakers who have made the headlines for their successes in 2018, or generated heated debate on the state of sports in the Republic.
2018 has been filled with drama and controversies that kept Singaporeans enthralled, and Yahoo Singapore rounds up the top 10 searches of the year.
The editor of social political website The Online Citizen (TOC), together with the author of an article published on the website, were charged with criminal defamation in the State Courts on Thursday (13 December).
Singapore's Ministry of Transport (MOT) has refuted Malaysia's claim that the implementation of Instrument Landing System (ILS) procedures for the northerly approach into Seletar Airport is a "clear violation of Malaysia sovereignty and international law and standards".
A 47-year-old man who committed a slew of crimes over the span of one year was on Wednesday (12 December) jailed for 14 months and three weeks.
Four leading supermarket chains here have teamed up with the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) and DBS Bank in an effort to encourage consumers to switch from disposable plastic bags to reusable ones.
A 32-year-old sales executive who rode his motorcycle at nearly twice the drink-driving limit was on Wednesday (12 December) fined $4,000 and barred from driving for two years. Julien Eric Marie Le Breton, a French national who holds a long-term visit pass, pleaded guilty to one charge each of drink
Finnish biofuel producer and oil refiner Neste plans to invest 1.4 billion euros (S$2.2 billion) to boost its biofuel production capacity in Singapore.
E-scooter owners can begin registering their devices from 2 January via the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) website or at any SingPost post office, the LTA said in a statement on Wednesday (12 December). To encourage owners to register their e-scooters early, the $20 registration fee will be waived
After receiving an obscene video involving a woman he knew, Ng Swee Koon uploaded it onto a micro-blogging website in order to circulate it.
An elderly motorist who knocked down an 86-year-old pedestrian at a signalised pedestrian crossing in July last year was on Wednesday (12 December) sentenced to one day in jail and a $5,000 fine. Yong Soo Ha, 79, was also disqualified from driving for three years.
While Malaysian government vessels in S'pore waters have been reduced to one, their presence does not make "one iota of difference" in territorial claims, said Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan.