A former construction surveyor who loaned money illegally to Thai and Indian construction workers made some $3,000 to $4,000 a month from his one-man criminal entreprise.
About 70 per cent of e-commerce scams that were reported in Singapore last year took place on online marketplace Carousell, according to statistics released by the police on Wednesday (20 February). E-commerce scams were also identified as the top scam in Singapore with more than 2,000 cases reported
A Singaporean couple travelled to India to perform in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) as they couldn't conceive.
A 21-year-old man was sentenced to six weeks in jail and four strokes of the cane for attempting to illegally enter Singapore on a sampan.
A 38-year-old Malaysian motorist has been caught for smuggling contraband cigarettes into Singapore, including five packets concealed in a hollowed-out loaf of bread. Last Sunday (16 February), officers at Woodlands Checkpoint uncovered a total of seven packets of duty-unpaid cigarettes on the man,
Veteran journalist PN Balji argues that Budget 2019 bears little difference from previous Budgets, and fails to address the most important issue of all: flagging productivity.
Local ride-hailing firm Grab on Wednesday (20 February) launched GrabPet, a service that allows pet owners to travel with their pets.
A male passenger was arrested after attempting to pay a private hire car driver with a counterfeit $50 Singapore note, said the police on Tuesday (19 February).
The estimated jackpot of the TOTO Hong Bao Draw 2019 on Friday (22 February) has snowballed to $13.6 million from $12 million.
A bus driver who was involved in an accident that killed a six-year-old boy in Choa Chu Kang had his view of the victim blocked by the centre divider railings just before the collision, according to the Coroner's Court.
As Singapore's professional football league begins its 24th season on March 2, it will be live-streaming all 126 of its matches online for the first time in history. The move was announced by Football Association of Singapore general secretary Yazeen Buhari as he laid out the league's targets
An unemployed man who refused to work forced his wife to not only prostitute herself but to also film herself having sex with customers.
A "staring incident" at Golden Mile Complex that escalated into an altercation ended with a man repeatedly stomping on his opponent's face.
A man who was caught on video allegedly pickpocketing another man at a taxi stand outside Ang Mo Kio Hub was charged in court on Tuesday (19 February).
Despite its uncertain future, this year's HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens promises to be filled with exciting entertainment both on and off the field.
Singapore fans may get to see South Korean football star Son Heung-min as well as England international captain Harry Kane in action at the Singapore Sports Hub in July. Their club Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed on Tuesday (19 February) that they will travel to the Republic as part of their pre-season
The workforce quota for the services sector will be tightened as some segments remain “very labour-intensive”, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat announced on Monday (18 February) in his 2019 Budget statement.
Facing financial difficulties, Yap Ching Ming, 34, hatched a plan to rob prostitutes as he thought they would be reluctant to report the matter to the police.
The government will set aside another $3.1 billion towards the long-term care of Singaporeans in the form of premium subsidies and other types of support.
The value of goods that can be exempted from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) for travellers entering Singapore will be tightened from Tuesday, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said on Monday (18 February). The decrease in allowance applicable for GST relief comes amid rising international travel, said
Teen footballer Ben Davis is now a National Service (NS) defaulter as he has failed to report for NS as required, said the Ministry of Defence (Mindef) on Monday (18 February).