Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
119 Apr 2014 Sat
A new safe-driving campaign has been launched for private bus drivers to plug gaps in safety training and raise the quality of bus services.
219 Apr 2014 Sat
While the sale of ivory in Singapore has fallen over the years, the country remains a significant transit point for shipments of illegal ivory moving from Africa to Asia, and even within Asia itself, animal welfare activists said.
318 Apr 2014 Fri
At Novena Church along Thomson Road, churchgoers watched a Passion Play -- a dramatisation of the Passion of Christ. It is a series of events leading to Jesus' crucifixion.
417 Apr 2014 Thu
Emergency responders face new operating challenges given the rapid development of extensive underground networks and complex mega structures in Singapore, said the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).
514 Apr 2014 Mon
A 42-year-old Malaysian was on Monday charged in a district court after he allegedly tried to evade immigration clearance at the Woodlands Checkpoint.
611 Apr 2014 Fri
Cheong Chun Yin had filed for the review, after he was earlier refused a Certificate of Substantive Assistance by the Public Prosecutor under the amended Misuse of Drugs Act.
711 Apr 2014 Fri
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has praised Chong Boon Secondary School for developing its students into responsible and caring adults committed to the community and Singapore.
809 Apr 2014 Wed
Emails and investigation statements from six church leaders revealed the conspiracies they hatched to commit criminal breach of trust, said prosecutors in the ongoing City Harvest Church (CHC) case.
908 Apr 2014 Tue
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has confirmed that it removed a promotional video targeting the Philippines from its YouTube channel, after they found that it went viral overnight for all the wrong reasons.
1005 Apr 2014 Sat
Analysts say Geylang's changing image has revived interest in the property market over the last few years.