A 31-year-old man was arrested on Thursday (15 February) following an accident involving a prime mover along Jurong Town Hall Road in the direction of the Ayer Rajah Expressway.
Fifteen commuters had to be detrained Friday morning (16 Feb) after a power fault disrupted services on the Light Rail Transit along the Sengkang West loop. According to a statement from rail operator SBS Transit, the fault led a Light Rail Vehicle (LRT) to stall at about 11.10am as it neared the Sengkang
He committed 12 separate theft offences over a period of about two years, stealing items such as groceries, a bluetooth speaker, and even the floor lamp of a hotel. While in remand, he was taken to hospital where he also assaulted a nurse.
Benjamin Pwee, the leader of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), said the newly appointed board members of his foundation will continue to help the underprivileged without being partisan to any political groups. Of the 10 board members of the Pwee Foundation – excluding Pwee, who remains as board
A catering company has had its food hygiene grade downgraded to "C" by the National Environment Agency (NEA) after 54 people reportedly suffered food poisoning in November.
Expect afternoon thundery showers and warm weather of up to as high as 34°C during the Chinese New Year holiday period, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) in a press release on Wednesday (14 February). Short-duration thundery showers – as a result of strong day-time heating of land areas and
The sound of steel swords clashing may not be out of place on a film set but the men who meet to spar every week at Ceylon Road aren’t preparing for a filming session – they’re having a training session in medieval sword-fighting right here in Singapore.
A busker who was arrested for suspected drug-related offences passed his urine test while in custody yet still ended up being jailed for causing a scene at the police station.
Spurned by a woman he was in love with, a man repeatedly stabbed and slashed her during a confrontation, leaving her with permanent scars. The man, 33, was found guilty on one charge of attempted murder after a 17-day High Court trial on Wednesday (14 February).
Attempts by two motorists to smuggle bak kwa in Singapore were thwarted by Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officers at the Woodlands Checkpoint on Tuesday (12 February), ahead of Chinese New Year.
UPDATE: SMRT announced just after 10am that train services from Ang Mo Kio to Raffles Place were running normally.
Angered that a car had overtaken his at Woodlands Checkpoint, he tailed the driver for about 3km along an expressway and swerved dangerously. Resham Singh Dhillon, a 40-year-old Singaporean, pleaded guilty in the State Courts on Tuesday (13 February) to one count of committing mischief, one count of
A maid who could not repay a $1,000 loan that she received from her employer's father-in-law agreed to have sex with him to pay it off.
A group of Facebook administrators apologised on Tuesday (13 February) for a doctored newspaper headline on the City Harvest Church case published on their platform.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly using counterfeit $50 notes on two separate occasions earlier this month.
The alleged mastermind behind Singapore's penny stock crash in 2013 was served a fresh charge of witness tampering on Tuesday (13 February), in a case which has been regarded as the largest securities fraud in the nation's history.
The disruption of Network for Electronic Transfers (NETS) services on 2 February 2018 was caused by “an inadvertent human error during system maintenance", the e-payment provider said in a statement on Tuesday (13 February).
Popular eatery Haidilao Hot Pot's Clarke Quay branch has had its license suspended by the National Environment Agency (NEA) for two weeks over unhygienic food practices.
Afraid that her stepfather – her family's sole breadwinner – would divorce her mother, a young girl endured five years of sexual abuse by the man.
The level of commuter satisfaction with Singapore's public transport services dipped in 2017 following a number of major rail incidents that led to greater dissatisfaction with MRT services.
A Malaysian man convicted of drug trafficking escaped the gallows after the Court of Appeal ruled in his favour, in a rare 2-1 decision. Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon and Judge of Appeal Judith Prakash ruled to acquit Gopu Jaya Raman, 32, of the charge, with Judge of Appeal Tay Yong Kwang dissenting
Hypermarket chain Giant apologised on Monday (13 Feb) after a video circulating online showed maggots crawling in trays of eggs at its Tampines outlet.
In debt to the tune of $20,000, Ng Wan Fu Ivan accepted in 2015 a job by a Chinese man known only as “KK” to work for a vice operator involved in prostitution. Not only would Ng be paid for his work, “KK” also promised to help pay off his debt. From 14 to 28 December 2016, the now 34-year-old Singaporean
A 31-year-old Chinese national was on Monday (12 February) jailed for two weeks for taking photographs of prostitutes that were meant to advertise their services online.