SINGAPORE — Visitors to Jewel Changi Airport can enjoy a new light and sound show at its indoor waterfall, set to a tune featuring Singaporean Mandopop singer JJ Lin.
SINGAPORE — Singaporeans should defer non-essential travel to Hong Kong, while those currently in the city are advised to take necessary precautions in wake of the large-scale protests there, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) on Friday (18 October).
SINGAPORE — A woman who was accused of murdering a 31-year-old man after a fight at Orchard Towers in July had her charge reduced to causing hurt on Friday (18 October).
SINGAPORE — A hotel and night club owner from Ecuador cheated a money changer in Singapore of US$3,000 via a quick sleight of hand, a court heard on Friday (18 October).
SINGAPORE — Did you know that the Chinese and Malays are more closely related among the three main ethnic groups in Singapore due to considerable “genetic intermingling”?
SINGAPORE — An unemployed man who molested a female commuter in a crowded train travelling over two MRT stations was jailed on Friday (18 October).
SINGAPORE — Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for Social Policies Tharman Shanmugaratnam has been given an international leadership award by the Washington-based Institute of International Finance (IIF).
SINGAPORE - Three anti-narcotics officers were on Friday (18 October) charged with conspiring to obstruct the course of justice by tampering with a suspect’s urine sample.
SINGAPORE — An independent local disaster relief agency has deployed a disaster response team and launched a public fund-raising exercise to aid typhoon-hit Japan.
SINGAPORE — The Singaporean doctor at the heart of a massive data breach from the country’s HIV registry was on Thursday (17 October) jailed for one year and three months for drug-related crimes.
SINGAPORE — An IT engineer who donated to a radical Muslim preacher overseas was jailed for two-and-a-half years at the State Courts on Thursday (17 October).
SINGAPORE — A taxi driver who hit a female cyclist along Braddell Road, causing her numerous fractures and a lasting eye injury, was sentenced to one week's jail on Thursday (17 October).
SINGAPORE — Trying to navigate some town council websites is like stumbling upon an old blog you made in the 2000’s — wacky font sizes, wonky animations and thumbnails you won't know are hyperlinks until you actually click them.
SINGAPORE — A former National University of Singapore (NUS) senior lecturer who rubbed his groin against a female undergraduate’s leg was jailed 14 weeks’ jail on Thursday (17 October).
SINGAPORE — Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong reiterated the long-held goal of having a work force with a two-thirds Singaporean core, as well as the importance of producing more Singaporean babies.
SINGAPORE — It is the year 2032. Major economies across the world have collapsed. China has risen to dominate the eastern hemisphere, while parts of the United States are threatening to secede.
SINGAPORE — Chiam See Tong stepped down as secretary-general of the Singapore People’s Party, effectively ending his career as one of the most prominent opposition politicians in Singapore.
SINGAPORE — Veteran journalist PN Balji argues that both the PAP and WP face a tricky path ahead of the elections, in the wake of the AHTC verdict.
SINGAPORE — After the hottest and driest September on record, Singapore still experienced below-average rainfall in the first 2 weeks of October.
SINGAPORE — The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) found more than 3,000 cartons of duty-unpaid cigarettes at Tuas Checkpoint over 3 days.
SINGAPORE — Members of the public attending large-scale events such as concerts may soon see auxiliary police officers of a different breed alongside the men and women in blue - English Springer Spaniels and Labrador Retrievers.
SINGAPORE — While there is “no easy way forward” to resolve the unrest in Hong Kong, the territory must accept its status as a Special Administrative Region of China in order to sustain its unique system of governance, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Wednesday evening (16 October).
SINGAPORE — A catering company was on Tuesday (16 October) fined $5,000 for “several lapses” at its premises, including cockroach and housefly infestations, after having its operating licence suspended for almost a month.
SINGAPORE — A vice-principal began sexually assaulting a student when the latter was in Primary 5 and persisted in doing so for years, after he became the victim’s guardian.
An accounts manager with a shipping company was charged on Wednesday (16 October) with embezzling more than $1.74 million in company funds, and falsifying accounts to cover up his alleged crimes.