The body of an 83-year-old woman was found floating in a canal in northern Singapore on Wednesday morning (26 September).
He successfully applied for a license to hold an event at the Speakers' Corner but activist and artist Seelan Palay chose to continue his performance beyond Hong Lim Park at the National Gallery and Parliament House.
Seven MRT stations on the East-West Line (EWL) – from Tiong Bahru to Clementi – will close earlier on Fridays and Saturdays in October for ongoing maintenance, enhancements and asset renewals works, said rail operator SMRT on Wednesday (26 September). There will be a shuttle bus service which will ply
Those who have passed their practical driving tests in Singapore can apply online for their driving licences of any class from Monday (1 October).
A man suspected of molesting six underage girls at Hougang Swimming Complex was charged for one of the offences on Wednesday (26 September).
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) ordered both partied to lessen the impact of the transaction on drivers and riders – some of whom complained of higher fares and fewer rewards after the merger. Do you think these efforts to keep Singapore’s ride-hailing market competitive
Only less than one in three Singapore residents (29 per cent) want to live to the age of 100, according to survey findings released on Tuesday (25 September).
A 36-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly molesting six girls at Hougang Swimming Complex, said the Singapore Police Force in a press release on Tuesday (25 September).
A suspected security incident involving an apparently infected workstation was not escalated as it did not fall under reporting parameters, a COI was told on Tuesday (25 September).
When she left the job, Husniyati Omar, 40, created a shell renovation company with her husband and cheated 89 clients out of more $1 million for renovation works that they had promised to carry out but were only partially completed. On Tuesday (25 September), Husniyati was jailed seven years and nine
For nearly two years, Victor Wong Chee Meng, the former general manager and secretary of Ang Mo Kio Town Council (AMKTC) allegedly received a steady stream of bribes totalling $107,336.50.
A 49-year-old mother who punched a student welfare officer at her son's school was jailed for six weeks on Tuesday (25 September).
A 43-year-old Bangladeshi national working for a recycling company had his right arm nearly amputated by a machine while on duty, the High Court heard.
A manager at a local moneychanging business who absconded to Malaysia with nearly half a million dollars was jailed for three-and-a-half years on Monday (24 September).
While attending a cybersecurity conference in Singapore, a Chinese national decided to hack into the WiFi of the hotel he was staying in. Zheng Dutao, a 23-year-old security engineer with Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings, was curious to find any vulnerabilities in the WiFi server of a Fragrance
Zhan Haixu, 31, got so drunk at a house party that he assaulted two police officers, pulling out a clump of a policewoman's hair. On Monday (24 September), he was sentenced to four months' jail.
Former City Harvest Church (CHC) leader Chew Eng Han wanted to leave Singapore as he “felt injustice and unfair” for his High Court case and did not want to be convicted. This was the prosecution’s position at the opening of Chew’s case on Monday (24 September) as the 58-year-old claimed trial to one
Nearly seven in ten Singaporeans (67 per cent) feel that ministers should be "willing to make a sacrifice" and accept a lower pay than what they may earn in the private sector as their job is a "form of national service", a recent Blackbox Research survey showed.
Grab and Uber were fined a combined $13m by Singapore's competition watchdog Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) on Monday (24 September) for their merger.
A teenager who used stolen documents to rent cars and eventually caused a fatal crash, has been sentenced to reformative training and banned from driving for eight years.
Veteran journalist PN Balji argues that a fake news panel's recommendations are a tacit admission that the Singapore government is moving away from controlling to managing media.
Historian Thum Ping Tjin has refuted a parliamentary committee's claim that he lied about his academic credentials and gave “misleading evidence” during hearings on the issue of fake news, saying that the "allegation" is untrue.
A man who claimed that he has no personal income and was just a “consort” to a lover who was a successful businesswoman has failed in his attempt to rescind a monthly maintenance of $2,000 for his ex-wife. The 55-year-old man’s claims cut no ice with a family court judge who found that he was “a man
A veteran database administrator for SingHealth did not immediately realise that she was dealing with a serious security incident, a Committee of Inquiry was told on Friday (21 September).
NTUC Enterprise is set to acquire home-grown food court operator Kopitiam Investment and its subsidiaries by the end of this year, said both companies in a joint statement on Friday (21 September).