Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
128 Feb 2014 Fri
The Singapore Civil Defence Force said that following the Little India riot, it has identified lessons to be learnt from the incident and will put in place measures to improve some of its processes.
227 Feb 2014 Thu
A Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) officer narrowly escaped injury after a hydraulic jack that was being used to lift a bus suddenly gave way.
325 Feb 2014 Tue
It would not have been feasible for first responders to make arrests when they arrived at the scene of the Little India riot as they were "grossly outnumbered", said Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Jonathan Tang on day five of the Committee of Inquiry hearing.
424 Feb 2014 Mon
Initiatives announced in last week's Budget will put more force behind efforts to help SMEs adopt infocomm technology (ICT) solutions. Experts said that more must be done to make such solutions sustainable for these smaller businesses.
524 Feb 2014 Mon
Both leaders affirmed the excellent bilateral relations between Jordan and Singapore, which are underpinned by high-level exchanges.
622 Feb 2014 Sat
A strong gust of wind sent one boat ploughing into the back of another on day three of the 2014 Extreme Sailing Series at Marina Bay.
721 Feb 2014 Fri
How police officers handled the escalating violence on the night of the Little India riot came under scrutiny on Friday - on the third day of a public hearing by the Committee of Inquiry convened to look into the riot.
819 Feb 2014 Wed
Independent forensic scientist Dr Michael Tay, the first witness to testify at the Committee of Inquiry hearing into the Little India riot, said the bus involved in the fatal accident that sparked the riot was travelling under 10 km/hr when the mishap occurred.
919 Feb 2014 Wed
The Committee of Inquiry hearing into the Little India riot started on Wednesday morning with Senior State Counsel David Khoo giving a rundown of the evidence that will be presented in the coming weeks.
1018 Feb 2014 Tue
The government has a "clear duty" to do everything necessary to make sure the risks of another riot are reduced and the new Public Order (Additional Temporary Measures) Bill has been put in place for that purpose, said Law Minister K Shanmugam.