Locally-based app Carousell may have gained something of a bad reputation, but there has also been heartwarming and inspiring stories from users whose lives have changed -- for the better -- since they used the app which was launched in 2012.
Besides the city-state’s new addition to the list, there are only three other global botanical sites that are recognised by UNESCO. Global travel search company, Skyscanner, lists the other three around the world.
Spices are referred in culinary art as any dried part of a plant that’s used for seasoning and flavouring in a recipe. It is generally not used as a main ingredient. Besides enhancing the taste of food, spices are also known to have health benefits. Here are the uses of some spices in food, as well as the health benefits they provide.
This hotter-than-usual period is caused by a climate cycle known as El Nino, which is causing countries all over the world to experience drier-than-usual weather. The phenomenon is also responsible for the shortage of rainfall in some countries.
Two Malaysians have been arrested in Singapore for failing to stop for immigration clearance over two consecutive days.
On 28 June, Singaporeans will be able to enjoy Aussie-style barbecues free-of-charge at 22 sites across the city-state.
Should parents still allow kids to go on overseas excursions? Should schools still arrange such expeditions? Isn’t it safer to just conduct programmes in Singapore? These were some of the questions asked online after the Sabah earthquake on 5 June claimed eight Singaporeans' lives and left two missing. Most of the victims were from Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS).
Athletes from the Singapore national rugby team visited Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS) on 8 June -- a National Day of Remembrance in Singapore -- to pay respects to the victims of the Sabah quake.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) said in an update on 3 June that it has rolled out a series of measures to be taken against the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) .
Singapore Minister of National Development Khaw Boon Wan wrote about the discovery of two new plant species by the Singapore Botanic Gardens researchers in a blog post on 4 June.
Singapore blogger Amos Yee will be remanded for three weeks, while an assessment report on the suitability of his reformative training is being made. This was ordered by District Judge Jasvender Kaur on 2 June.
Jover Chew, the owner of the now-defunct Mobile Air, and four other men were charged in court on Friday, 29 May, over a slew of cheating cases that allegedly occurred at the shop at Sim Lim Square Mall.
Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee has said that he is “extremely remorseful” for the molest allegations that he made against his bailor, Vincent Law.
Singapore’s High Court has dismissed 16-year-old blogger Amos Yee’s challenge of the conditions of his bail, according to The Straits Times.
A Malaysian man has been arrested for failing to stop for immigration clearance at Woodlands Checkpoint on Tuesday morning, said a statement by Singapore’s Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
A Singaporean Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) scholarship holder doing research at one of America’s top universities allegedly tried to poison her laboratory mates using a toxic chemical, The Straits Times reported.
As we remember Singapore's founding father, we take a look back at some of his thought-provoking quotes, gathered from rallies, speeches or books.
In order to better evaluate a potential candidate’s ability to perform under pressure and think on the spot, employers are starting to ask more brainteaser questions in a bid to throw the candidate off their well-prepared scripts.
Wildlife rescue group Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (ACRES) launched a new Animal Crime Investigation Unit dedicated to investigating animal cruelty and wildlife crime in Singapore.