Singapore

  • Twelve new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, all are imported cases

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    Twelve new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, all are imported cases

  • Singapore Phase 3 reopening may start by year-end, includes increase in gathering cap to 8, says government

    23 hours ago

    Singapore Phase 3 reopening may start by year-end, includes increase in gathering cap to 8, says government

  • Nightlife venues unlikely to open though pilot trials may be held, says Singapore minister on lastest easing move

    22 hours ago

    Nightlife venues unlikely to open though pilot trials may be held, says Singapore minister on lastest easing move

  • SIA to resume non-stop Singapore flights to New York area in November

    21 hours ago

    SIA to resume non-stop Singapore flights to New York area in November

  • Government makes it compulsory by December to use TraceTogether check-in at Singapore venues

    21 hours ago

    Government makes it compulsory by December to use TraceTogether check-in at Singapore venues

  • Singaporeans, PRs, long-term pass holders going overseas can tap subsidies, insurance coverage for Covid-19 medical bills

    20 hours ago

    Singaporeans, PRs, long-term pass holders going overseas can tap subsidies, insurance coverage for Covid-19 medical bills

  • Covid-19: Singapore explores 'ART' for pre-event testing, enabler towards phase three

    1 day ago

    Covid-19: Singapore explores 'ART' for pre-event testing, enabler towards phase three

  • Missing S$33m case: Singapore lawyer Jeffrey Ong also accused of pocketing S$17m from client, cheating auditor

    1 day ago

    Missing S$33m case: Singapore lawyer Jeffrey Ong also accused of pocketing S$17m from client, cheating auditor

  • Six new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, with four imported cases and two in foreign worker dorms

    1 day ago

    Six new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, with four imported cases and two in foreign worker dorms

  • Singapore cops warn of phishing scam involving fake bank ads and lucky draws

    1 day ago

    Singapore cops warn of phishing scam involving fake bank ads and lucky draws

  • Singapore unions say proposed S$1,300 minimum wage not workable, reject WP MP's ‘folksy wisdom’ remark

    1 day ago

    Singapore unions say proposed S$1,300 minimum wage not workable, reject WP MP's ‘folksy wisdom’ remark

  • Couple accused of withholding info from Singapore health officers not allowed to return to China

    1 day ago

    Couple accused of withholding info from Singapore health officers not allowed to return to China

  • Bodies near Bukit Timah Nature Reserve: Singapore coroner finds mother depressed, killed herself and son

    1 day ago

    Bodies near Bukit Timah Nature Reserve: Singapore coroner finds mother depressed, killed herself and son

  • Four new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, all of them imported

    2 days ago

    Four new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, all of them imported

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  • British billionaire Dyson sells Singapore's priciest penthouse

    2 days ago

    British billionaire Dyson sells Singapore's priciest penthouse

    SINGAPORE, Oct 19 — British billionaire James Dyson, the inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner, and his wife are selling their three-storey Singapore penthouse about a year...

  • Singapore lecturer sacked following 2 complaints of inappropriate behaviour

    2 days ago

    Singapore lecturer sacked following 2 complaints of inappropriate behaviour

    SINGAPORE, Oct 18 — The National University of Singapore (NUS) has sacked a lecturer after an internal investigation, a spokesman from the university said yesterday. Jeremy...

  • Minister: Low take-up of electronics jobs and training opportunities, ‘great pity’ if positions not filled by Singaporeans

    2 days ago

    Minister: Low take-up of electronics jobs and training opportunities, ‘great pity’ if positions not filled by Singaporeans

    SINGAPORE, Oct 19 — Between April and September, there were more than 2,800 job positions and training opportunities offered in the electronics industry, but only about 220 —...

  • Home videos, woodcraft... how some Singaporeans passed the time during Covid-19

    2 days ago

    Home videos, woodcraft... how some Singaporeans passed the time during Covid-19

    SINGAPORE, Oct 19 — Bored at home with little to do during the circuit breaker period, the Ding family channelled their restless energy into making short home videos to pass the...

  • Covid-19: Singapore's Hawaii Hostel ordered to close, 5 eateries and 16 people fined

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    Covid-19: Singapore's Hawaii Hostel ordered to close, 5 eateries and 16 people fined

    SINGAPORE, Oct 19 — The authorities have ordered one hostel to suspend operations for 30 days, and fined five eateries and 16 people for failing to comply with safe management...

  • Seven new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, with five imported and two locally transmitted

    3 days ago

    Seven new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, with five imported and two locally transmitted

    SINGAPORE, Oct 18 — Singapore reported seven new cases of Covid-19 today, of which five were imported. The Ministry of Health (MOH) said two cases were locally transmitted: One...

  • Singapore’s world-first face scan plan sparks privacy fears

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    Singapore’s world-first face scan plan sparks privacy fears

    SINGAPORE, Oct 18 — Singapore will become the world’s first country to use facial verification in its national ID scheme, but privacy advocates are alarmed by what they say is...

  • Sign in with facial recognition to pay Singapore taxes

    3 days ago

    Sign in with facial recognition to pay Singapore taxes

    SINGAPORE, Oct 18 — In Singapore, online government services can now be accessed by facial recognition — a world first. This technology is being rolled out to the city-state's...

  • Singapore Covid-19: Need for boundaries when working from home

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    Singapore Covid-19: Need for boundaries when working from home

    SINGAPORE, Oct 18 — After battling with the thought of quitting her job for weeks, Adriana (not her real name) decided that she had had enough after her third visit to the...

  • 14 more nabbed over alleged theft of Singapore grocery vouchers from HDB letterboxes

    3 days ago

    14 more nabbed over alleged theft of Singapore grocery vouchers from HDB letterboxes

    SINGAPORE, Oct 18 — The police have, over the past six days, arrested or investigated more than 24 persons suspected to have stolen grocery vouchers issued by the government to...

  • Singapore employers told to retrench on merit, but also retain more locals

    4 days ago

    Singapore employers told to retrench on merit, but also retain more locals

    SINGAPORE, Oct 17 — Selection of employees to be retrenched in Singapore should be based on objective criteria with primary considerations given to employee merit and preserving...

  • Three new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, including one each in community and in dorm

    4 days ago

    Three new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, including one each in community and in dorm

    SINGAPORE, Oct 17 — Singapore has confirmed three new cases of Covid-19, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said in a statement today. There are two new locally transmitted...

  • Singapore suspends work pass privileges for two employers who failed to send workers for routine Covid-19 testing

    4 days ago

    Singapore suspends work pass privileges for two employers who failed to send workers for routine Covid-19 testing

    SINGAPORE, Oct 17 — Two employers of foreign workers have had their work pass privileges suspended by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) for breaching routine testing requirements...

  • Apex court in Singapore dismisses death-row convict’s judicial review application

    4 days ago

    Apex court in Singapore dismisses death-row convict’s judicial review application

    SINGAPORE, Oct 17 — The Court of Appeal yesterday threw out an application by a Singaporean drug trafficking convict to conduct a judicial review into his case. He was...

  • Singapore cafe chain Bakerzin goes into liquidation after 22 years, owes creditors some S$41m

    4 days ago

    Singapore cafe chain Bakerzin goes into liquidation after 22 years, owes creditors some S$41m

    SINGAPORE, Oct 17 — Homegrown cafe chain Bakerzin, which went into liquidation yesterday, owes creditors more than S$41 million (RM125.1 million). Of this, close to...

  • Singapore tax revenue rose 2.1pc in fiscal year 2019, but upward trend not expected to last

    4 days ago

    Singapore tax revenue rose 2.1pc in fiscal year 2019, but upward trend not expected to last

    SINGAPORE, Oct 17 — About 2.1 per cent more tax went to the state’s coffers in the 2019-2020 financial year compared with the previous year, with more corporate and individual...

  • Singaporean PR holder jailed after losing High Court appeal for molesting Scoot stewardess

    5 days ago

    Singaporean PR holder jailed after losing High Court appeal for molesting Scoot stewardess

    SINGAPORE, Oct 16 — The High Court today dismissed an appeal filed by a 40-year-old man against his conviction for molesting a stewardess on his Scoot flight from...

  • Singapore court awards S$3,000 to doctor defamed by woman claiming he took advantage of vulnerable patients

    5 days ago

    Singapore court awards S$3,000 to doctor defamed by woman claiming he took advantage of vulnerable patients

    SINGAPORE, Oct 16 — A woman, who was sued by a surgeon for alleging he and a fellow doctor colluded to take sexual advantage of patients, had her application for leave to appeal...

  •  MOH: Nine new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, with eight imported cases and one in foreign worker dormitory

    5 days ago

    MOH: Nine new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, with eight imported cases and one in foreign worker dormitory

    SINGAPORE, Oct 16 — Singapore has confirmed nine new cases of Covid-19, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a press release today. One resides in a foreign worker dormitory and...