Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
130 Aug 2014 Sat
Two more men were charged on Saturday (Aug 30) in connection with the murder of a foreign worker at Pandan Loop.
230 Aug 2014 Sat
New citizens can play a part to reach out to those who have newly-arrived in Singapore to help them understand the customs and norms here as they are better able to understand the challenges of adjusting to a new environment, said National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan.
329 Aug 2014 Fri
City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee said his team may not have shared the information on the bond proceeds being used to finance the initiative and he would have, if he knew of any "legal obligations" to do so.
428 Aug 2014 Thu
It is the prosecution's case that Xtron was used to channel church monies in the form of sham bonds to finance the secular music career of Kong's wife, Sun Ho.
527 Aug 2014 Wed
The court heard that even before City Harvest Church entered into bond transactions with Xtron - Sun Ho's artiste management firm - founder Kong Hee had made decisions concerning the financing of her music career, before getting approval of Xtron directors.
626 Aug 2014 Tue
In response, church founder Kong Hee said City Harvest Church went ahead with the transaction based on projected sales of at least 1.5 million copies of Sun Ho's albums.
725 Aug 2014 Mon
The prosecution pointed to the request as proof that Kong Hee had control over Xtron, but the church founder says he only asked for the title to help in negotiations with American music producers.
822 Aug 2014 Fri
The Xtron meeting minutes disproved Kong's claim that Xtron was independent from the church, the prosecution says.
921 Aug 2014 Thu
In court on Thursday, the founder of City Harvest Church said he did not want his wife's secular music career to be linked to the church, as this could have jeopardised the success of the Crossover Project and the church's outreach efforts in China.
1020 Aug 2014 Wed
The prosecution has accused Kong Hee of being more hands-on in all aspects of the Crossover Project than he let on.