The second man implicated in last month's Kaki Bukit dormitory fight has been sentenced to one week's jail for grabbing the shirt of another worker during a confrontation.
The director of three alleged shell companies involved in money laundering is contesting accusations that he neglected his duties.
The Commissioner for Labour has fully adopted the updated Progressive Wage Model (PWM) recommendations issued on Friday by the Tripartite Cluster for Cleaners (TCC).
Resale prices of Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats fell 1.6 per cent in the first three months of 2014 from the last quarter of 2013, while private home prices declined by 1.3 per cent, according to data released on Friday.
Local travel agents offering Umrah packages said the recent spike in the number of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) cases has not affected their operations.
ActiveSG, the national movement that aims to make sports more accessible to all Singaporeans regardless of age and abilities, will be officially launched this Saturday at Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre.
There has been an increasing number of incidences of laser lights, such as laser pointers, being shone at aircraft landing and taking off at Changi Airport in recent years, raising safety concerns.
Some S$30 million will be set aside for a fund that helps companies hire people with disabilities.
Companies can tap the fund to redesign jobs or modify infrastructure to make the workplace more conducive for people with special needs.
Singapore artist, Charles Lim's on-going body of work, titled SEA STATE, has been chosen as the country's feature at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
A record number of more than 16,000 runners competed in the 11th edition of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge.