SINGAPORE — A 59-year-old man who was mistakenly given a cheque of over $140,000 by a unit of financial services firm Aviva refused to repay the amount after encashing it.
SINGAPORE — Animal welfare group Acres said on Tuesday (18 June) that it is working with NParks to investigate the case of a severely injured common palm civet found abandoned at the foot of an HDB block in Bedok.
SINGAPORE — The judge presiding over a case involving a 24-year-old woman who assaulted and verbally abused police officers said the woman had no duty to cooperate with the officers when they conducted a check on her.
SINGAPORE — A 35-year-old man was charged with the murder of his two-year-old daughter on Tuesday (18 June).
SINGAPORE — There were 11 reported cases of ragging within the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) between 2010 and 2017, said a high-ranking SCDF officer in court on Tuesday (18 June).
SINGAPORE — A 54-year-old man who allegedly cheated a total of 77 people of $1,033,650 between 2016 and 2017 was charged in court on Tuesday (18 June).
SINGAPORE — A 56-year-old woman who ran three illegal massage parlours at Orchard Towers was fined the maximum $1,000 on Tuesday (18 June).
SINGAPORE — Ongoing regional football tournaments such as the Copa America, African Cup of Nations and the Concacaf Gold Cup – as well as the Fifa Women’s World Cup – are of high importance to the international teams taking part.
SINGAPORE — A 34-year-old man will be charged with murder on Tuesday (18 June) after his two-year-old child was found lying motionless in a flat in Rivervale Crescent, the police said on Monday.
SINGAPORE — Members of the Merdeka and Pioneer generations can get to enjoy more discounts at Fairprice come 1 July.
SINGAPORE — A 31-year-old man vandalised various private and public properties in Geylang and Aljunied with a permanent marker in early January this year, a court heard.
SINGAPORE — Two brothers who threw Molotov cocktails in a revenge attack on bouncers at the St James Power Station nightlife complex were jailed on Monday (17 June).
SINGAPORE — “Cannot, Encik.” These were the last words of Corporal Kok Yuen Chin before he was pushed into the Tuas View Fire Station’s pump well.
SINGAPORE — He was a tuition teacher who would ask a female secondary school student to stay back in his home after classes but it was merely a pretext to molest her.
SINGAPORE — National training squad bowler Amabel Chua, 18, won her first international title over the weekend when she clinched the Philippine Open women’s title at the Coronado Lanes in Manila.
SINGAPORE — A fibre cut on Friday evening (14 June) has caused broadband service users in parts of Yishun to experience connection issues for more than two hours.
SINGAPORE — Over nine out of ten Singaporeans (91 per cent) agree that more needs to be done to educate young men about the harm and consequences of sexual misconduct, a survey commissioned by Yahoo News Singapore found.
SINGAPORE — While the current wet and humid conditions in Singapore will extend into the early part of the coming fortnight, a transition to dry and warm conditions is expected towards the end of June 2019.
SINGAPORE — Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Teddy Sheringham does not consider the past season to be a success for his old club, despite reaching the Champions League final for the first time.
SINGAPORE — Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Teddy Sheringham speaks to Yahoo News Singapore ahead of the upcoming International Champions Cup presented by AIA, which will feature two of his previous clubs, Spurs and Manchester United, together with Italian giants Juventus and Inter Milan. (VIDEO: Yahoo
SINGAPORE — A group of five men armed with deadly weapons launched a brazen attack in broad daylight on an unsuspecting victim at a bus stop in Little India in July last year.
SINGAPORE — The Monetary Authority of Singapore has announced that it will issue an additional two million pieces of the Singapore Bicentennial $20 commemorative note and folder to meet strong public interest.
SINGAPORE — A full-time national serviceman (NSF) who died from a ragging incident in a fire station pump well might have been disoriented after being pushed into the water.
SINGAPORE — More workers in Singapore were retrenched in the first quarter of 2019, when compared to the previous quarter as well as a year ago.