Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
117 Sep 2014 Wed
Two-factor authentication proccesses, unique passwords, and offline databases are some ways to minimise the risk of identity theft.
213 Sep 2014 Sat
A survey has revealed the public's confidence and trust in the Singapore Civil Defence Force is at its highest, since the first public perception survey in 1998.
311 Sep 2014 Thu
The Personal Data Protection Commission has issued advisory guidelines for voluntary welfare organisations when they send fund-raising inserts to their customers, and for photographers at official events.
409 Sep 2014 Tue
As the prosecution wrapped up its cross-examination on Tuesday, the focus turned to a personal guarantee by Indonesian businessman and church member Wahju Hanafi, who promised to underwrite all expenses from the church's Crossover Project.
508 Sep 2014 Mon
In response, Kong said that he had only done so to avoid misconceptions, as speculation had been rife online about church funds being siphoned into Xtron in 2010.
606 Sep 2014 Sat
Almost 20,000 people took part in a mass lantern walk as part of the Mid-Autumn festivities at the Chinatown area on Saturday evening (Sep 6).
706 Sep 2014 Sat
Ten men battled it out on Saturday (Sep 6) for the honour of being Singapore's "Hercules" in the HomeTeamNS Strongman Challenge, held at Sentosa's Siloso Beach for the first time.
806 Sep 2014 Sat
At the River Safari on Saturday (Sep 6), 335 ex-offenders and their families enjoyed a day out as part of Family Day celebrations organised by the Industrial and Services Co-Operative Society (ISCOS).
905 Sep 2014 Fri
Singaporeans Channel NewsAsia spoke to said they are open to having more Members of Parliament who are not degree-holders, but some said they felt different requirements are needed for ministers.
1030 Aug 2014 Sat
Two more men were charged on Saturday (Aug 30) in connection with the murder of a foreign worker at Pandan Loop.