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Singapore is not looking to impose stricter Covid-19 measures for now, as the hospital situation remains stable and there is no evidence of increased severity for the Omicron sub-variants expected to drive the next wave of infections in Singapore, said deputy prime minister Lawrence Wong. — TODAY pic

No change in Covid-19 safety measures for now as hospital situation remains stable, despite expected wave, says Singapore deputy PM

Ahmad Danial Mohamed Rafa’ee (left) was charged with murdering Felicia Teo Wei Ling (right). — Picture via Facebook/Danial Enemiko and TODAY file pic

Singapore prosecutors withdraw murder charge; suspect gets six new charges including disposal of corpse in Felicia Teo’s death

Migrant workers are seen along the corridor of Woodlands Lodge 1, April 30, 2020. — TODAY file pic

Singapore eases movement curbs for migrant workers

Yesterday (June 24), High Court judge Andre Maniam rejected these arguments and dismissed the 83-year-old man’s claim in a 38-page written judgement. ― TODAY file pic

Singapore High Court dismisses elderly man’s S$762,000 claim from mistress after souring of 40-year affair

Video footage of the aftermath of the incident shows that the accident took place near the exit of Waterway Point’s loading and unloading bay. ― Picture via Facebook/ SG Road Vigilante

In Singapore, GrabFood delivery rider, 54, succumbs to injuries after traffic accident near Waterway Point

A phishing scam caused more than 60 DBS bank customers to lose over S$60,000 (RM190,465). ― TODAY pic

In Singapore, three teens among eight charged with involvement in DBS phishing scam

A police officer repeatedly sent harassing text messages to a 19-year-old teenager who had attempted suicide, asking her if she had eaten and telling her not to ‘be naughty’ among other things. ― Pexels pic

Singapore police officer jailed 20 days for stalking teenager he was investigating for attempted suicide

The number of workplace fatalities this year has reached 27, with the latest workplace death occurring on Wednesday after a 32-year-old migrant worker was crushed between crane parts. ― TODAY pic

Singapore MoM reviewing demerit points system, number of safety officers on building sites after spike in workplace deaths

The bedroom where a fire broke out at a unit in Block 218 Marsiling Crescent. Two toddlers were asleep in the bedroom at the time. ― TODAY pic

Singapore flat fire: Three-year-old's quick-thinking actions helped save baby brother and himself, says dad

Sun Sicong, 21, pleaded guilty last month to one charge of making remarks with deliberate intention to wound religious feelings. — TODAY pic

Youth in Singapore gets 18-month probation for anti-Islam remarks and deriding rape victim on Instagram

Iris Koh (left), founder of anti-vaccine group Healing the Divide, and her husband Raymond Ng (right) at the State Courts on June 23, 2022. — TODAY pic

Court allows Healing the Divide founder Iris Koh to leave Singapore to seek alternative cancer treatment

Zakir Hossain (pictured) went online to talk about how he was abruptly sent home. — TODAY pic

Singapore Ministry of Manpower: Decision not to renew work pass of migrant worker due to ‘false’ public post

In this first half of the year so far, the total number of workplace fatalities is 27. — Kindel Media/Pexels pic via TODAY

Migrant worker in Singapore fatally crushed by crane parts, 27th workplace death this year

A view of Parkroyal Collection Pickering hotel, which is a short walk from Chinatown. — Picture courtesy of Parkroyal Collection/Facebook via TODAY

Singapore hotel says staff made ‘wrongful assumption of the law’ in rejecting same-sex couple’s wedding ceremony

Inflation, the measure of how fast the prices of goods and services rise, is making headlines around the world as the biggest economic challenge of 2022. — TODAY pic

Citing inflation risk, Singapore Workers’ Party opposes govt decision to go ahead with GST hike

Colin Chua Yi Jin (left), 23, leaving the State Courts in July 2021. ― TODAY pic

Singaporean undergrad from top UK uni jailed one year, fined S$2,500 for secretly filming friends, taking upskirt photos

Roast chicken on display at a chicken rice stall. ― AFP pic

Malaysia's chicken ban: Singapore butchers, hawkers hope for govt aid after slaughterhouses get foreign worker levy waiver

Although the Omicron BA.2 subvariant of the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus still accounts for the bulk of infections in Singapore, the proportion of BA.4 and BA.5 infections is rising, the Ministry of Health said. ― TODAY pic

Singapore reports 7,109 new Covid-19 cases; 23pc rise in community cases in past week driven by Omicron BA.4, BA.5 subvariants