Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
117 Apr 2015 Fri
Dubbed 50 Bridges, the arts and community engagement programme celebrates Singapore's Golden Jubilee, as well as 50 years of diplomatic relations between the Republic and Australia.
214 Apr 2015 Tue
Yang Kaiheng and Ai Takagi allegedly published remarks online which "could promote ill-will and hostility among the different races in Singapore".
310 Apr 2015 Fri
The child is being treated in the high-dependency ward of KK Women and Children's Hospital.
403 Apr 2015 Fri
Hawker food is synonymous with the Singapore identity. But for some industry players, the question is - how can young Singaporeans be encouraged to take up this 'unglamorous' profession?
529 Mar 2015 Sun
Thousands of people lined the streets for the State Funeral of Singapore's Founding Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew on Sunday, Mar 29.
628 Mar 2015 Sat
Mr Lee Kuan Yew was a man who lived for his country and was devoted to making the lives of others richer, says Archbishop William Goh.
724 Mar 2015 Tue
Even as large crowds gathered at the Istana to pay their last respects to Mr Lee Kuan Yew, a handful of people made their way to 38 Oxley Road - Mr Lee's home - on Monday afternoon (Mar 23).
822 Mar 2015 Sun
A third area - at Teck Ghee CC in Ang Mo Kio - has been opened up to allow members of the public to leave cards, flowers and other gifts of support for Singapore's first Prime Minister.
921 Mar 2015 Sat
Residents have been leaving gifts and messages of support for Mr Lee Kuan Yew at a "get-well" corner at Tanjong Pagar Community Club. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong turned up to thank them.
1021 Mar 2015 Sat
An area for members of the public to leave messages of support for Mr Lee has been designated outside SGH Block 7, at an area known as The Quad.