A migrant worker diagnosed with COVID-19, who was found dead at a staircase landing in Singapore's Khoo Teck Puat Hospital earlier this year, had recorded two messages about ending his life.
A Singaporeanman who was filmed stomping on another man who lay on the ground was charged in court on Thursday (24 September).
Supermarket chain Giant announced that it will lower the prices of hundreds of everyday essential products for at least six months in Singapore.
Sports administrators Jessie Phua and Juliana Seow were elected as Singapore National Olympic Council vice-presidents, as long-time vice-president Tan Eng Liang steps down.
Five mayors were on Wednesday (23 September) sworn in at the People’s Association Headquarters after a ceremony presided by PA chairman Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
SINGAPORE — A Nanyang Technological University (NTU) undergraduate who took illicit videos of 334 women over six months was jailed for nine months and three weeks on Wednesday (23 September).
A new business travel pass will soon be available to senior executives in Singapore who need to travel regularly for official and business purposes, as part of a new pilot scheme.
Over 10,000 taxi and private hire cars drivers, as well as more than 750 stallholders and food delivery personnel have tested negative for COVID-19 in testing operations held this month, the authorities said on 23 September.
The legal cut-off age for children to wear masks in Singapore will be raised to six years old and above, from two years old and above currently, the multi-ministry taskforce for COVID-19 said on 23 September.
Big cinema halls in Singapore with more than 300 seats each will be allowed to have up to three zones of up to 50 patrons per hall, the multi-ministry taskforce (MTF) for COVID-19 said on Wednesday (23 September).
From next Monday (28 September), more employees may return to their workplaces and work-related events within such premises in offices will be allowed to assume.
Mass events in Singapore such as wedding receptions and religious services will be allowed to have more attendees from next month onwards
SINGAPORE — An investigation officer (IO) with the Singapore Police Force (SPF) who asked two women for sexual favours in return for helping them with their cases was jailed for two years on Wednesday (23 September).
From 1 October, the 14-day renewal requirement for Vehicle Entry Permit validity will be reinstated, said the Land Transport Authority on Wednesday.
Parti Liyani, the former domestic helper of ex-Changi Airport Group chairman Liew Mun Leong, has began court disciplinary proceedings against prosecutors in her case in Singapore.
A trailer that ran over a Malaysian motorcyclist on Seletar Expressway last year was unable to brake in time to avert the fatal accident, a coroner’s inquest into the man’s death heard on 23 September.
The Ministry of Health confirmed 12 new cases in Singapore as of Wednesday (23 September), bringing the country’s total to 57,639.
This year’s annual pilgrimage season to Kusu island will see a daily limit of 500 visitors imposed amid COVID-19 safe management measures, said the Singapore Land Authority on Wednesday (23 September).
Additional routine COVID-19 testing will be undertaken in a pilot to understand how more frequent testing will enable earlier detection of asymptomatic cases among migrant workers in Singapore.
The Court of Appeal has called for further submissions to be made in the case of a convicted drug trafficker, based on allegations about differential treatment as well as a breach of client-solicitor privilege.
The Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) on Tuesday (22 September) provided more details on the revisions made to the eligibility criteria for the COVID-19 Support Grant, which has been extended till 31 December.
A man who was restrained by several members of the public suspecting him of taking upskirt photos had died from a “natural disease process” during the incident.
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The Ministry of Health confirmed 21 new cases in Singapore as of Tuesday (22 September), bringing the country’s total to 57,627.
A man on trial for the murder of his girlfriend had tied a towel around the victim’s neck when she told him that she would send him a video of herself with another man.