A worker at a residential care facility for adults admitted on Tuesday (21 September) to assaulting one of its residents twice on the same day.
Singapore will face Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines and the winner of the qualifying tie between Timor Leste and Brunei in the group stage of the AFF Suzuki Cup.
With far lower transmission rates of COVID-19 outdoors and "clear signs of mask fatigue", Sengkang GRC MP Jamus Lim is advocating for the mask mandate outdoors to be relaxed.
Bangladeshi worker Mehedi, 22, suffered serious burns in the Tuas blast that killed three and injured seven.
The owner of a massage joint and one of his managers were jailed and fined respectively over sexual services provided in the outlet.
A man has pleaded guilty on Tuesday (21 September) to stealing his wife's mobile phone and posting intimate images of his wife on Facebook.
Dementia Singapore has launched a one-stop online resource portal on dementia, which it hopes will play a key role in raising awareness on the condition.
A 28-year-old lawyer who died just nine days before he was admitted to the Bar was on Monday (20 September) posthumously added to the rolls, the first time this has happened here.
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The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (20 September) confirmed 917 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 78,721.
Two eateries claiming to have been the target of a campaign of negative reviews allegedly from a competitor have demanded that the suspected perpetrator pay compensation.
A Bangladeshi worker was not at the site of a deadly blast last February only because his boss was unhappy with his performance and had deployed him to other work sites, a public inquiry into an incident that killed three migrant workers was told.
An education centre which purportedly got its staff to dress as clowns outside various primary schools in the East has come under criticism over its marketing campaign after photos of the clowns were widely circulated on social media.
A StarHub employee who agreed to assess the telco’s database in order to hand over customer details to a friend was jailed for 10 weeks on Monday (20 September).
This means that the 23-year-old man may be subject to other penalties such as reformative training, or imprisonment.
Tributes poured in following news that former Malaysia Cup stalwart Mohamed Noh Hussein - affectionately known as "Mat Noh" - died on Monday morning.
P1 to P5 students will undergo home-based learning, while P6 students will go on a study break, as part of precautionary measures ahead of PSLE.
Two pivoted nightlife establishments had their food licences permanently revoked, after they were found to have breached safe management measures.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Friday (17 September) confirmed 935 new coronavirus cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 75,783.
Eligible fully vaccinated individuals in Singapore who have received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine can opt to take a booster shot of the Moderna vaccine, and vice versa.
Singapore's current surge in COVID-19 cases came much earlier than authorities had hoped for, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung on Friday (17 September), a day after the city-state reported 910 new infections.
From Saturday (18 September), home recovery will be the default for fully vaccinated COVID-19 patients aged 12-69.