Singapore

  • Singapore’s Union Power drops 850 ‘peak usage’ electricity customers, citing wholesale price hikes

    6 hours ago

    Singapore’s Union Power drops 850 ‘peak usage’ electricity customers, citing wholesale price hikes

  • Drowning of five-year-old girl left unattended in Bukit Timah condo pool a ‘tragic misadventure’, says Singapore coroner

    8 hours ago

    Drowning of five-year-old girl left unattended in Bukit Timah condo pool a ‘tragic misadventure’, says Singapore coroner

  • Singapore to expand no-quarantine scheme for vaccinated travellers

    13 hours ago

    Singapore to expand no-quarantine scheme for vaccinated travellers

  • Covid-19: Singapore records 3,058 new cases, nine more deaths

    20 hours ago

    Covid-19: Singapore records 3,058 new cases, nine more deaths

  • Covid-19: 3,348 new infections, 9 more deaths in Singapore; ICU cases spike to 62

    1 day ago

    Covid-19: 3,348 new infections, 9 more deaths in Singapore; ICU cases spike to 62

  • Arts group to engage Singapore Malay community in talking about death via upcoming stage production

    1 day ago

    Arts group to engage Singapore Malay community in talking about death via upcoming stage production

  • Global factors behind higher price volatility in wholesale electricity market; retailers exposed but most consumers ‘cushioned’ from impact

    2 days ago

    Global factors behind higher price volatility in wholesale electricity market; retailers exposed but most consumers ‘cushioned’ from impact

  • Sudden spike in infected workers, after Covid-19 testing at Jurong dorm, caused delays in taking them to facilities, says Singapore’s Manpower Ministry

    2 days ago

    Sudden spike in infected workers, after Covid-19 testing at Jurong dorm, caused delays in taking them to facilities, says Singapore’s Manpower Ministry

  • In Singapore, four nightspots ordered to close for alleged breach of Covid-19 rules, 14 suspected gang members arrested

    2 days ago

    In Singapore, four nightspots ordered to close for alleged breach of Covid-19 rules, 14 suspected gang members arrested

  • Three suspected ‘adverse events’ reported out of 17,630 Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine doses, says Singapore Health Sciences Authority

    2 days ago

    Three suspected ‘adverse events’ reported out of 17,630 Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine doses, says Singapore Health Sciences Authority

  • Covid-19: No exceptions for unvaccinated caregivers in Singapore to enter malls to take children to tuition, enrichment classes

    2 days ago

    Covid-19: No exceptions for unvaccinated caregivers in Singapore to enter malls to take children to tuition, enrichment classes

  • Singapore records 3,445 new Covid-19 cases; eight more deaths bring tally to 215

    2 days ago

    Singapore records 3,445 new Covid-19 cases; eight more deaths bring tally to 215

  • Singapore cancels news site’s license, critics cry intimidation

    3 days ago

    Singapore cancels news site’s license, critics cry intimidation

  • Singapore: Shanmugam rejects Jolovan Wham’s bid to vary or cancel Pofma directive for tweet about minister’s remarks on rule of law

    3 days ago

    Singapore: Shanmugam rejects Jolovan Wham’s bid to vary or cancel Pofma directive for tweet about minister’s remarks on rule of law

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  • Singaporean woman pleads guilty to burning daughter, 9, with lighter and choking maid with towel

    3 days ago

    Singaporean woman pleads guilty to burning daughter, 9, with lighter and choking maid with towel

    SINGAPORE, Oct 15 — A 41-year-old woman who pressed a lighter on her young daughter’s forearm because the girl did not vacuum the floor pleaded guilty today (October 15) to...

  • Singapore electricity providers hit by global power crunch quit market

    3 days ago

    Singapore electricity providers hit by global power crunch quit market

    SINGAPORE, Oct 15 ― Two energy providers in Singapore, including one of the largest independent electricity retailers, are exiting the market and according to company sources at...

  • In Singapore, security officer jailed for leaving home to borrow money after testing positive for Covid-19

    3 days ago

    In Singapore, security officer jailed for leaving home to borrow money after testing positive for Covid-19

    SINGAPORE, Oct 15 — When Burhanto Rejo contracted Covid-19 from the foreign worker dormitory he worked at, he did not stay home, instead going to a Hougang licensed moneylender...

  • In Singapore, 23-year-old youngest to die of Covid-19 as 15 fatalities and 2,932 new infections reported

    3 days ago

    In Singapore, 23-year-old youngest to die of Covid-19 as 15 fatalities and 2,932 new infections reported

    SINGAPORE, Oct 15 — A partially vaccinated 23-year-old person and an unvaccinated 34-year-old person were among 15 Covid-19 fatalities reported yesterday (October 14). The...

  • Singapore PM awarded nearly S$88,000 in costs after winning defamation suits against The Online Citizen chief editor, writer

    4 days ago

    Singapore PM awarded nearly S$88,000 in costs after winning defamation suits against The Online Citizen chief editor, writer

    SINGAPORE, Oct 14 — The High Court yesterday awarded Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong S$87,833 in costs and disbursements related to two defamation lawsuits he successfully...

  • Singaporean man charged with using rear windscreen wiper to hit taxi which had baby on board

    4 days ago

    Singaporean man charged with using rear windscreen wiper to hit taxi which had baby on board

    SINGAPORE, Oct 14 — A 30-year-old man who allegedly struck a CityCab taxi during a road rage incident in Chua Chu Kang was charged today (October 14) with committing a rash act...

  • Singapore issues over 2,400 vaccinated travel passes for entry into republic a day after applications opened

    4 days ago

    Singapore issues over 2,400 vaccinated travel passes for entry into republic a day after applications opened

    SINGAPORE, Oct 14 — On the first day that travellers from eight more countries were allowed to apply for vaccinated travel passes to Singapore, the Civil Aviation Authority of...

  • Singapore unexpectedly tightens monetary policy as price pressures grow

    4 days ago

    Singapore unexpectedly tightens monetary policy as price pressures grow

    SINGAPORE, Oct 14 ― Singapore's central bank unexpectedly tightened monetary policy today, saying the move would ensure medium-term price stability amid mounting cost pressures...

  • NUS professor becomes first Singaporean to win ‘Nobel prize’ of geography

    4 days ago

    NUS professor becomes first Singaporean to win ‘Nobel prize’ of geography

    SINGAPORE, Oct 14 — Professor Brenda Yeoh from the National University Singapore (NUS) has become the first Singaporean to be awarded the prestigious Vautrin Lud Prize, the...

  • Singapore reports 3,190 new Covid-19 cases as nine more deaths bring tally to 192

    4 days ago

    Singapore reports 3,190 new Covid-19 cases as nine more deaths bring tally to 192

    SINGAPORE, Oct 14 — Singapore yesterday (October 13) recorded 3,190 new cases of Covid-19, the first time since October 9 that the daily tally went over the 3,000 mark. Of...

  • Confusion, frayed tempers at Singapore coffee shops, hawker centres, malls on firstt day of entry curbs for unvaccinated patrons

    5 days ago

    Confusion, frayed tempers at Singapore coffee shops, hawker centres, malls on firstt day of entry curbs for unvaccinated patrons

    SINGAPORE, Oct 13 — People were ticked off or confused by new rules that kicked in today barring those who are not vaccinated from entering coffee shops, hawker centres and...

  • Singapore: Man on death row for killing pregnant wife and daughter appeals against conviction

    5 days ago

    Singapore: Man on death row for killing pregnant wife and daughter appeals against conviction

    SINGAPORE, Oct 13 — A 46-year-old former property agent, who was sentenced to death for killing his pregnant wife and four-year-old daughter in their Woodlands flat in 2017, has...

  • Singapore's Covid-19 restrictions and exceptions for unvaccinated people

    5 days ago

    Singapore's Covid-19 restrictions and exceptions for unvaccinated people

    SINGAPORE, Oct 13 — Patients who require medical attention from doctors, dentists and registered traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioners, as well as caregivers who need...

  • Covid-19: 2,976 new cases in Singapore; 11 more deaths bring tally to 183

    5 days ago

    Covid-19: 2,976 new cases in Singapore; 11 more deaths bring tally to 183

    SINGAPORE, Oct 13 — In what appeared to be signs that stabilisation measures by the Government’s Covid-19 task force are helping to chip away at the infection wave, 2,976 new...

  • Singaporean man, 30, to be charged after allegedly smashing a taxi in Chua Chu Kang over a traffic dispute

    6 days ago

    Singaporean man, 30, to be charged after allegedly smashing a taxi in Chua Chu Kang over a traffic dispute

    SINGAPORE, Oct 12 — A 30-year-old man will be charged on Thursday (Oct 14) with committing a rash act after he allegedly smashed a taxi at a Housing and Development Board block...

  • GP in Singapore, who kept fees low for needy and elderly MacPherson residents, dies of Covid-19 complications

    6 days ago

    GP in Singapore, who kept fees low for needy and elderly MacPherson residents, dies of Covid-19 complications

    SINGAPORE, Oct 12 — A family physician who kept his consultation charges low for elderly and vulnerable residents in MacPherson, and was well-regarded in the community, has died...

  • Covid-19: 2,263 new cases in Singapore; 10 more deaths bring tally to 172

    6 days ago

    Covid-19: 2,263 new cases in Singapore; 10 more deaths bring tally to 172

    SINGAPORE, Oct 12 — Singapore on Monday (Oct 11) recorded 2,263 new cases of Covid-19, the second day in a row that the number of infections went below the 3,000 mark. The...

  • Covid-19: 84 people caught for breaching safe management measures at Singapore hawker centres over three days

    1 week ago

    Covid-19: 84 people caught for breaching safe management measures at Singapore hawker centres over three days

    SINGAPORE, Oct 11 — Enforcement action was taken against 84 people for breaking Covid-19 regulations at hawker centres over the weekend, such as gathering in groups of more than...

  • Man admits consorting with fellow gang member who smuggled gun, bullets into Singapore

    1 week ago

    Man admits consorting with fellow gang member who smuggled gun, bullets into Singapore

    SINGAPORE, Oct 11 — When Amirul Asyraff Muhammad Junus asked his fellow gang member for advice on how to take revenge on their rivals for beating up his ex-wife, the other man...