A senior staff nurse who sexually harassed a junior colleague and molested her was sentenced to two weeks' jail on Wednesday (23 May).
Under the influence of drugs, he not only rode his motorcycle at a police officer but left another officer temporarily unconscious while resisting arrest.
He hacked into Facebook accounts of mostly female victims for the purpose of asking for their friends' nude photos, purportedly for breast cancer screening projects or modelling contracts.
An eight-year-old boy controls a throttle to "fly" over the glittering Las Vegas skyline at night. Another 11-year-old boy "lands" his plane on the runway skidding off slightly, but steers it safely to a halt amid thundery showers.
Serene Ng Tsui Hong had left home on the morning of 25 August 2017 with the intention of carrying out the volunteer work she had taken leave for. The 41-year-old civil servant carried with her the art materials intended for the children she was working with.
A woman who punched her mother and yelled expletives at a police officer during a family row was sentenced to a two-year mandatory treatment order (MTO) on Wednesday (16 April).
In its foray into mobile services, Singapore fibre broadband operator MyRepublic launched its first two mobile plans exclusively for its subscribers and supporters on Wednesday (16 May). MyRepublic, which recently announced a tie-up with local telco StarHub to become Singapore’s newest mobile virtual
An intoxicated man who assaulted two police officers while they were trying to help him into an ambulance was jailed three months and fined $3,000 at the State Courts on Wednesday (16 May). Australian Jordan Lee Plant, a former student from the James Cook University here, pleaded guilty to one count
A woman who rented out rooms in a People's Park Complex apartment to two prostitutes and charged them at least six times her standard rental fee was jailed 14 weeks and fined $8,000 on Wednesday (16 May).
On 8 April 2016, Audrey Chen Ying Fang was spending time with her boyfriend in her condominium apartment – which had been paid for by another lover – when two men showed up at the entrance of her bedroom.
A man who had been having an affair with a married woman became so upset when she broke up with him that he sent videos of the pair having sexual intercourse to her husband.
He sexually assaulted the girl, who is young enough to be his granddaughter, on at least seven occasions.
As part of an elaborate fraud, Tay Chee Boon would hand out fake vouchers to people on the streets of Johor Baru (JB) and convince them that they had won lucky draw prizes. When his Singaporean victims followed him back to his office, the 29-year-old Malaysian would tell them they had to pay taxes to
The people are fed up with government policies and want their voices to be heard, said former National Solidarity Party (NSP) leader Lim Tean.
Three Filipina domestic workers took "unused" items ranging from apparel, baby diapers to tissue paper packets in their employer's bungalow and were trying to ship them in boxes to the Philippines when they were caught by their employer.
He threatened to disseminate a woman's nude photos which he had obtained from her ex-boyfriend and asked her for to choose between "cash or body".
He fled from an accident scene after colliding with a car and later furnished a deceased former colleague's personal details instead of his own when asked to assist with the case.
Unhappy with a waitress at a Teochew porridge stall, a woman decided to hurl her bowl into the eatery. Her two male companions then proceeded to wreak havoc on the property.
A lawyer who commented on the breast size and looks of a molest victim during a trial has been suspended from practising for five years by the Court of Appeal on Wednesday (2 May).
Authorities came to suspect that 46-year-old German national Michael Frank Hartung was planning overseas trips for the purpose of commercial sex with minors. Hartung, formerly a senior executive from Deutsche Bank in Singapore, claimed trial to two charges of disseminating information believed to promote
A power assisted bicycle (PAB) rider who assaulted a pedestrian following a spat over a near accident was jailed five weeks on Wednesday (2 May).
A man who viciously stabbed and slashed a woman over the end of their relationship was sentenced to 14 years jail and six strokes of the cane in the High Court on Monday (30 April).
Indian national Radhika Angara, 38, was killed after a 40-metre tall heritage tree of more than 270 years old uprooted and fell on her on February 11 last year. She died from traumatic asphyxia and broken ribs about an hour after the accident. During the start of the coroner’s inquiry last year, an
A 67-year-old general practitioner is on trial for allegedly raping a university student in 2015 while she was lying on the examination table in his clinic.