Singapore received its first shipment of Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, (23 February), prior to it being authorised by the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) for use here.
Manpower Minister Josephine Teo said on Wednesday (24 February) that there is no place for abuse of foreign domestic workers (FDWs) in Singapore and called for an end to it.
The policeman-husband of a woman who tortured and killed her 24-year-old maid from Myanmar has been suspended from service since 2016.
Eight people were taken to hospital following a fire at the Platinum@Pioneer industrial building in Tuas on Wednesday (24 February).
The Ministry of Health confirmed seven new cases of COVID-19 in Singapore on Wednesday (24 February), taking the country's total case count to 59,890.
A man was charged with a string of COVID-19 measurement breaches, including bringing his five dogs for a swim at a drainage canal during the circuit breaker period.
Many feel that the salaries of CDC mayors are not commensurate with their roles and functions, said the WP chief.
Four food and beverages outlets have been ordered to close for breaching safe management measures amid the Chinese New Year period.
A 40-year-old Singaporean man due to be charged over his involvement in a $10.2 million COVID-19 scam was absent from court with fever.
The Temasek Foundation will be offering free reusable face masks for Singapore residents from 1 to 14 March at over 800 locations islandwide.
The last four of the 12 people who went to Lazarus Island during Phase 2 of Singapore’s reopening were each fined $3,000.
Following the successes of her older siblings Angela and Christian, Victoria Lee will make her professional MMA debut at the ONE: Fists of Fury event.
The prosecution is seeking a life term for a woman who abused a maid from Myanmar who died in July 2016.
The woman who suffered severe burns to her body in her attempt to rescue her boyfriend in the fatal Tanjong Pagar crash has left the intensive care unit and is in stable condition
A cook who was briefly in a relationship with a 'flower joint' hostess repeatedly stabbed her with a knife in public intending to kill her, a court heard.
Eighty-eight people are being investigated by the police for allegedly breaching COVID-19 safe distancing measures during two incidents involving illegal public entertainment.
The Ministry of Health confirmed four new cases of COVID-19 in Singapore on Tuesday (23 February), taking the country's total case count to 59,883.
S'pore began its COVID-19 vaccination exercise for taxi drivers and private hire car drivers.
He may have faded off in recent years, but former US Open champion Marin Cilic still believes he can get back to the top of the men's tennis.
Some 4.5ha of land, or about 6 football fields, at a Kranji woodland site was mistakenly cleared, said JTC Corp.
Eight in 10 Singaporeans believe Budget 2021 will help improve Singapore's economic outlook, with three in 10 thinking it will achieve this by "a lot", according to a recent survey by Blackbox Research.
A father of four sexually abused his biological daughter repeatedly when she was between nine and 15, a court heard on Monday (22 February).
The Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Singapore on Monday (22 February), taking the country's total case count to 59,879.
A clinic nurse manager at a private clinic is accused of molesting a male patient who was recovering on a hospital bed following an endoscopy.