On Saturday (12 December), Singapore’s very own vegan fast food eatery will be opening its first overseas outlet in San Francisco, US.
Expect throngs of people snapping away at the famous Instagram Tree in Punggol this weekend, before the Housing Development Board removes it on 16 December.
Philip Morris Singapore said the forthcoming ban on the display of tobacco products at retail outlets will have no impact on the smoking rate in Singapore.
The man convicted of criminal intimidation in October for sending threatening Facebook messages to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment on Wednesday (9 December).
A tour agent who had allegedly scammed 145 Singaporean tourists planning a weekend getaway to Port Dickson was confronted Monday over the incident.
A planned getaway to Port Dickson over the weekend (4-6 December) went horribly wrong for four busloads of Singaporean tourists who arrived at a hotel that they were supposed to stay, only to find out their travel agent had failed to make reservations.
Student concession passes previously applicable only to those studying in government-funded institutions will be made available to home-schooled students and students in private education institutions (PEIs).
A popular Muslim cleric’s absence at an Islamic conference led to speculation online that he was banned by the Singapore government from entering the country.
The National University Hospital said on Friday that they would be screening more paediatric patients in the next few weeks for tuberculosis (TB).
Luqman Hakim, 29, and his wife Rohaizan Abdul Rahman, 35, have a business named after a Chinese medical hall but instead of stocking traditional herbal products, his grocery uses “sinseh” jars to store gourmet food.
A week after six City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders convicted for fraud were sentenced to prison, the prosecution filed an appeal on Friday, saying the sentences ranging from 21 months to eight years were “manifestly inadequate”.
SAE Creative Media Institute said on Monday that it would cease operations in Singapore in October next year due to rising costs and competition.
Despite the rising popularity of e-cigarettes and an increase in the number of related studies around the world, many users are uncertain about the potential health impact of vaping.
Regulating electronic cigarettes is a better option than banning them due to the potential benefits for smokers who are looking to quit their habit, according to a UK expert.
Two weeks after a two-hour train service disruption along the North-East Line, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said on Monday he hopes for “better understanding” and more “moral support” from the public on the issue of the country's rail system.
The passing of Singapore founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew as well as the Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC) saga were not the top factors in influencing voters’ decisions in the September general election, a survey by the Institute of Policy Studies showed.
From 24 November to 6 December, Singaporeans can look forward to a series of events to celebrate the artistic splendours of National Gallery Singapore in conjunction with its grand opening.
Vape smoking seems to be gathering steam among Singaporeans who are getting their fix in Malaysia to get around the import ban on such products.
A recent survey on the top 100 mobile Android apps from Google Play Store revealed that these apps have been collecting excessive personal information, potentially breaching Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).
The cut-off points system for students to enter polytechnics, institutes of technical education and junior colleges is not new for many Singaporeans.