• Man on trial for killing wife's former lover

    Serene Goh Yen Hoon and Dexmon Chua Yizhi, who were working at carton manufacturer Tetra Pak, ended their affair in 2012 after Goh’s husband, Chia Kee Chen, found out about it. When Chia later discovered a message sent by Chua, he flew into a rage and plotted to kill his wife’s ex-lover, according to

    Safhras Khan
  • Man charged for splashing hot water on son, who later died

    A 24-year old man was charged in court on Monday (24 October) for splashing hot water repeatedly on his five-year-old son, who later died.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Appeals for traffic offences go online

    Walk-in appeals for traffic offences will be discontinued from 1 November, as the service goes online via Singapore Police Force’s (SPF) e-services.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • After fresh funding, Singapore’s edtech startup Cialfo heads to China

    It has also appointed a China Head and has signed 10 new strategic partnerships with Asia-based education consultancies A mere two months after Cialfo raised a pre-Series A round, the Singapore-based edtech college admissions startup has announced the launch of a new chapter in Shanghai, China – the

  • Singapore's CapitaLand sets up $1.5 billion private equity fund for China

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singaporean real-estate developer CapitaLand (CATL.SI) said it has fully closed a $1.5 billion private equity fund to invest in mixed-use developments in its core China market. CapitaLand ...

  • IBM just confirmed the 'attack' on Census night came from Singapore

    IBM says the majority of international traffic which caused the Census website to crash on August 9 came from Singapore. The ABS is today facing a Senate committee to explain how it botched the 2016 Census collection. A 40-hour outage caused havoc for millions of Australians trying to fill out their

    Business Insider
  • COMMENT: Parents need to manage expectations of their children’s studies

    When I was 15 years old, I failed my secondary three school examinations and feared the worst.

    Adrian Tan
  • Guidebook on food waste reduction launched by NEA and AVA

    A new guidebook on food waste reduction was launched on Monday (24 October) amid concerns that Singapore is running out of landfill space.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • 6 ways to flaunt your curls this Diwali

    Since most Indians are naturally blessed with beautiful curls, why not let your curls shine this Deepavali with these hairstyles instead of subjecting them to a flat iron? With your glorious mane on full display, your hair colour is especially crucial in determining how good your hair looks.

    SG Beauty Undercover, Yahoo Blogger Network
  • A decades-long voyage by ex-Vietnamese refugee to reunite with rescuer

    Months after former Vietnamese refugee Yen Siow launched a search for the Good Samaritans who rescued her family at sea in 1980, she has been reunited with one of them in Singapore.

    Nicholas Yong
  • Singapore Airlines launches its non-stop Singapore-San Francisco service

    New Delhi [India], Oct.24 (ANI): Singapore Airlines has launched its non-stop Singapore-San Francisco service that links Singapore with the US West Coast. The new flights will be operated daily using Airbus A350-900 aircraft. The inaugural flight, SQ32, departed Singapore Changi Airport at 0925hrs

  • AI-assisted shopping: A chatbot is now available in major Singapore shopping malls

    Sparkle is part of CapitaLand’s CapitaStar app Navigating Singapore’s labyrinth-like shopping centres can be really exhausting, especially when you have to jostle with seemingly unending streams of crowds. Major real estate developer CapitaLand wants to alleviate this problem through its new chatbot,

  • Star-studded, glamorous past of Singapore’s long-serving hotel staff

    As new hotels constantly sprout up in Singapore, it’s remarkable to see veteran names such as Orchard Parade (formerly known as Ming Court), Goodwood Park and Raffles continue to stand tall while hanging on to their long-serving staff.

    Nurul Azliah
  • Singapore Sept headline CPI falls 0.2 pct y/y, down for 23rd month

    Singapore's headline consumer price index fell in September from a year earlier, dragged down by a decline in the cost of housing, while core inflation unexpectedly slowed to a five-month low, data showed on Monday. The all-items consumer price index (CPI) in September declined 0.2 percent from

  • Singapore’s ManyTutors launches free crowdsourced homework solution app

    Ask.ManyTutors pools answers from its database of over 40,000 tutors Singapore-based tuition marketplace ManyTutors has released a public beta of its crowdsourced homework solution app Ask.ManyTutors. The app, available on both iOS and Android, is completely free — so no micro-transactions. The app caters

  • Singapore says joins IEA as association country

    Singapore has joined the International Energy Agency (IEA) as an association country, the city-state's trade minister said on Monday. "Singapore supports the IEA's vision to expand its outreach to emerging economies through the Association initiative," S. Iswaran, Singapore's minister

  • Singapore underlines energy hub status by joining key oil group

    Singapore has joined the influential International Energy Agency (IEA) as an association country, upping the city-state's focus on energy security.

  • Nomura debunks five myths about Singapore’s property market revival

    Don't believe the hype about a Singapore property pick-up, Nomura said, as it addressed some "half-truths" about one of Asia's long-time real estate hotspots.

  • Double death at Novena condo

    A 46-year-old man was found motionless at the foot of a Novena Suites condominium block on Saturday (22 October) night, while a 44-year-old woman believed to be the man’s wife was found dead in a residential unit within the same block. The Singapore Police Force said that it was alerted to an incident

  • Halloween 2016 In Singapore: Five Freak Events You Never Heard Of

    Need more Halloween party ideas in Singapore apart from the usual nights out over the years at Zouk and Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights? “RIOT! is a little bit filthy, quite a bit trashy, probably entertaining, but definitely, this RIOT! is fuelled as much by passions as alcohol.” Going to

  • Boy, 11, committed suicide over exam results: State Coroner

    An 11-year-old boy’s death – from falling 17 storeys out his bedroom window on the day he was meant to show his parents his mid-year examination results – has been ruled a suicide. According to local media reports, State Coroner Marvin Bay declared the death a “deliberate act of suicide” and said that

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Cambodia's villagers lose ground – literally – to Singapore's expansion

    Singapore is a long way from this remote Cambodian fishing village – nearly a thousand miles across the sea. Local fishermen, and one of Southeast Asia’s largest mangrove forests, are paying the price. Sand dredgers have deepened the shallow estuaries around this village by several meters.

    Christian Science Monitor
  • Singapore to begin trials of self-driving buses

    Singapore announced on Wednesday that the country will begin testing autonomous buses on the road in 2018.

    Next Media Videos
  • Singapore bans foreign funding of gay pride rally

    Singapore on Friday banned foreign companies from funding an annual gay pride rally as part of new rules governing protests, leading rights campaigners to label the move "outrageous interference". Starting next month, only citizens, organisations and companies from Singapore will be allowed

    AFP News


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