Singaporeans affected by Monday (12 August) afternoon’s flight cancellations at the Hong Kong International Airport are scrambling to make alternative plans to get home.
SINGAPORE — Police and Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) officers responded to an incident involving a man on a seventh-floor ledge at a Tanjong Pagar condominium on Wednesday (7 August) afternoon.
SINGAPORE — Fifteen town councils have decided to ban the usage of personal mobility devices (PMDs) at void decks and common corridors, said Senior Minister of State for Transport Lam Pin Min on Monday (5 August).
SINGAPORE — No Singaporean student is ever displaced from an institute of higher learning (IHL) because of an international student, said Education Minister Ong Ye Kung on Monday (5 August).
Another day, another outrage. And, unsurprisingly, another instance of the government stepping in to police online unrest.
SINGAPORE — A man’s body was found floating in the Singapore River, close to the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM), on Tuesday (30 July) morning.
SINGAPORE — While some may view having dyslexia as being a drag on one’s academic ambitions, Edward Yee Yew Fai learnt to embrace it as a strength.
SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) is looking to update the definition of “animal” under the Road Traffic Act.
SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Transport (MOT) is looking to implement mandatory registration for drone operators in Singapore, said Senior Minister of State for Transport Lam Pin Min in Parliament on Monday (8 July).
SINGAPORE — The quality of air and water in Singapore has not been affected by the recent pollution incidents in Pasir Gudang, said Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli in Parliament on Monday (8 July).
SINGAPORE — It was the student organising committee behind a TED Talk event at Singapore Polytechnic (SP) that first flagged the “inappropriate” content in a guest speaker Joshua Simon’s speech, which led to the Kiss92 FM DJ pulling out entirely from the event.
SINGAPORE — Daniel Mun was in his 38th-floor office in Manhattan, New York, when he heard a “loud, plane-like engine noise” outside the window.
Offensive speech can create an environment "conducive to discrimination and eventually violence," said Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam.
Foo Say Keong is a regular Singaporean. Like most of us he wakes up, goes to work and comes back to his family once he's done.
The last-minute cancellation of Swedish black metal act Watain’s concert last week and the brouhaha surrounding the saga has left me frustrated and concerned.
Over nearly 20 years of touring the world, Swedish black metal band Watain said they have never encountered such an "old-fashioned" move like the Singapore government's last-minute decision to cancel their concert here.
Dr Vivian Balakrishnan (left), Singapore’s Foreign Minister and Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia’s Prime Minister. Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s comments on his country’s “morally wrong” water deal with Singapore are a “red herring”, said Foreign Affairs Minister Vivian Balakrishnan in Parliament
The Road Traffic Act will be amended to enhance criminal penalties for irresponsible driving, said Sun Xueling.
Since 2015, 24 radicalised Singaporeans have been detected and dealt with under the Internal Security Act (ISA).
The push to build Singapore's "next-generation" military will see upgrades to the nation's land, sea and air forces.
About 30 per cent of Singapore's projected expenditure for this financial year will go towards defence, security and diplomacy efforts.
The seven existing socially conscious enterprise hawker centres (SEHCs) need "time to establish themselves", said Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli.