SINGAPORE — The Bintan Lagoon Resort is stepping into its third decade with an impressive range of facilities, dining options and recreational activities that will satisfy those looking for a comfortable, fuss-free getaway.
SINGAPORE — Cancer patients in Singapore can soon choose a safer treatment with the ProBeam Proton Therapy System, an advanced radiation treatment system which can kill cancer cells with precision.
SINGAPORE — Nine seasons and three Finals on, and still the Singapore Slingers have to continue their agonising wait for their first Asean Basketball League (ABL) title, after losing Game Five 81-84 to the CSL Knights Indonesia on Wednesday (15 May).
SINGAPORE — Swim star Joseph Schooling and shooting's Martina Veloso won the two most prestigious honours at the annual Singapore Sports Awards, held at Orchard Hotel Singapore on Tuesday (14 May).
SINGAPORE — Singapore’s para swimmers finished with one gold and two silvers at the inaugural Singapore leg of the World Para Swimming World Series, which took place at the OCBC Aquatic Centre from Friday (10 May) to Sunday.
SINGAPORE — About 6,800 cyclists participated in the 11th edition of the OCBC Cycle event over the weekend, enjoying the annual cycling fiesta as they rode along Nicoll Highway and the scenic areas of the city.
SINGAPORE — A majority of Singaporeans believe that online falsehoods and fake news do not have much influence on their views and opinions, according to a poll commissioned by Yahoo News Singapore.
SINGAPORE — Over 80 per cent of Singaporeans believe that setting up an independent body to review reported cases of deliberate online falsehoods would be better than leaving it to ministers, according to a poll commissioned by Yahoo News Singapore.
SINGAPORE — Stung after a heavy Game One defeat in front of a sellout home crowd on Friday (3 May), the Singapore Slingers responded in emphatic fashion, thumping the CSL Knights Indonesia 77-57 in Sunday’s Game Two at the OCBC Arena to level the Asean Basketball League (ABL) Finals at 1-1.
SINGAPORE — Not only did the Singapore Slingers lose Game One of the Asean Basketball League (ABL) Finals on Friday (3 May), but they also lost home-court advantage and possibly one of their key players for the best-of-five series.
SINGAPORE — Newly-appointed Football Association of Singapore technical director Joseph Palatsides believes that Singapore football is a sleeping giant, and the nation’s culture of excellence needs to be infused into the sport’s structure to revive its fortunes.
SINGAPORE — Singapore’s national youth bowlers completed a stellar outing at the Asian Youth Tenpin Bowling Championships in Kuching with another gold on Thursday (25 April), with Xavier Teo winning the boys’ Masters event.
SINGAPORE — Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan announced the completion of the re-signalling project for the North-South/East-West Lines, as he opened the SMRT’s new Rail Operations Centre. At the same time, he also announced that the Land Transport Authority will construct an Integrated Train Testing
This year's Income Eco Run aims to encourage everyone to play a part in supporting the cause for zero waste, and has a new category – the Zero-Waste 5km Run – in which the runners will not get finisher medals or T-shirts, and they will also have to use a reusable cup for their drink replenishments
SINGAPORE — South Africa came back all the way from 0-19 down in the first half to beat Fiji 20-19 via a last-second penalty kick and be crowned champions of the 2019 HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens on Sunday (14 April).
SINGAPORE — World No. 1s Kento Momota and Tai Tzu-ying took different paths, but displayed the full range of their supreme talents in winning the Singapore Badminton Open singles titles at the Indoor Stadium on Sunday (14 April).
SINGAPORE — It may not have the glitz and glamour of high-profile fight events, but grassroots boxing nights such as The Ring Fighting Championship on Friday (12 April) have a raw appeal that attracts fervent fans to the shows.
SINGAPORE — World No. 1 women's shuttler Tai Tzu-ying saved five match points to thrill the crowd at the Singapore Badminton Open with a stirring semi-final victory over Japan's Akane Yamaguchi at the Indoor Stadium on Saturday (13 April).
Lin Dan's petulant walk-off at the Singapore Badminton Open left a bad taste for all who witnessed it, because whether athletes like it or not, once they win plenty of top honours, they have to shoulder the responsibilities of being a role model, says Chia Han Keong.
SINGAPORE — Chinese badminton superstar Lin Dan walked off during his opening-round tie at the Singapore Badminton Open in a huff on Wednesday (10 April) while he was trailing 13-20 to Denmark's Viktor Axelsen, sparking anger among paying fans.
Sports fans in Singapore are in for a week of exceptional sporting events, with top international athletes coming to town for high-quality competitions in the Republic – the Singapore Badminton Open, the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens, and The Ring Fighting Championship.
The My Dollar Story initiative, launched on Thursday (4 April), seeks to encourage young Singaporeans to perform acts of kindness with just one dollar and hopes to highlight 200 such stories of kindness by June.
Singapore para swimmers will be looking forward to May, when they will have a major competition on home soil for the first time since the 2015 Asean Para Games, as Singapore will host a leg of the World Para Swimming (WPS) World Series.
Singapore gymnast Tamara Ong, gold medallist at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Buenos Aires, received a sports scholarship worth more than $6,150 from NTUC FairPrice Foundation on Friday (29 March).
Hwa Chong Institution is proud of its stature as one of the premier education institutions in Singapore, and is celebrating its centennial anniversary with a whole year's worth of events to commemorate its history, as well as chart its future.