SINGAPORE — Li Shengwu, the nephew of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, says he will no longer take part in contempt of court proceedings against him.
SINGAPORE – Singapore Airlines (SIA) has put in place measures to handle medical emergencies including potentially infectious diseases amid the outbreak of the coronavirus in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
SINGAPORE — A nursing home employee who was acquitted of molesting a bed-bound stroke patient had the acquittal reversed by the Court of Appeal.
SINGAPORE — Three more suspected cases with pneumonia have been admitted for further assessment and treatment as well as isolated as a precautionary measure here, as the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus widens across China and other parts of the world.
SINGAPORE — Four women and one man, aged between 20 and 39, were arrested on Tuesday (21 January) in a vice raid along Joo Avenue.
SINGAPORE — A Muay Thai instructor was found guilty on Wednesday (22 January) of sexually assaulting a 33-year-old woman during a massage at a gym.
SINGAPORE — Despite the outbreak of a new coronavirus from Wuhan, local airline Scoot has not cancelled any of its flights to China.
SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Education (MOE) will remove selection trials for co-curricular activities (CCA) at selected primary schools this year.
SINGAPORE —Individuals with pneumonia and have travelled to China – not just Wuhan – within 14 days before the onset of symptoms will be isolated in hospital from Wednesday (22 January) onwards, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) as a new coronavirus originating from China has been confirmed to be contagious
SINGAPORE — A 20-year-old man who sold cannabis was snared in a sting operation by anti-narcotics officers last year, a community court heard.
SINGAPORE — How have your favourite EPL teams performed over the past weekend? Yahoo News Singapore looks at the key talking points surrounding the league in this weekly series.
SINGAPORE — A man who exposed himself and poked a woman’s buttocks with his penis on a crowd train during the morning rush hour was jailed.
SINGAPORE — A man accused of defaming members of Cabinet has failed in his second bid to have the matter referred to the High Court.
SINGAPORE — Singapore’s seventh suspected case of a new coronavirus originating from the Chinese city of Wuhan has been admitted for further assessment and isolated as a precautionary measure here, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (20 January).
SINGAPORE - A former Nanyang Technological University (NTU) scholar who filmed a woman in the shower at a residential hall was sentenced to a short detention order of two weeks on Monday (20 January).
SINGAPORE — Since January last year, at least $987,000 has been lost to a form of e-mail scam involving the purchase of iTunes or Google Play cards.
SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (20 January) said that it will expand temperature screening at Changi Airport to include all travellers on flights arriving from China from Wednesday, as a new coronavirus in China spread to more cities and countries.
SINGAPORE — Beginning from Monday (20 January), the Ministry of Health (MOH) will publish two lists on its website giving information about non-compliant and unlicensed healthcare providers and practitioners offering medical and/or dental services.
SINGAPORE — A woman was jailed 10 months for her role in cheating the then Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) of over $160,000.
SINGAPORE — A man who is accused of murdering his five-year-old son through sustained abuse in 2016 had a history of attacking people including strangling his elder sister while she was pregnant, a court heard.
SINGAPORE — Singaporeans must help to welcome and integrate new citizens into society, rather than allowing others to cast doubt on their loyalties and hence divide society, said Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat on Monday (20 January)
SINGAPORE — A fourth man has been fined for circulating photos of a military vehicle collision that resulted in the death of a 22-year-old NSF.
SINGAPORE — The Progress Singapore Party should look to the general election to be held by 2025, not 2020, as its real test, veteran journalist PN Balji argues.
SINGAPORE — There have been three workplace deaths since the start of this year, said the Ministry of Manpower on Sunday (19 January).