TODAY reports: Water consumption in Singapore inched higher in 2015 — is enough being done to prepare for the worst-case scenario?
TODAY reports: There are now nine redesigned police posts that provide self-service features, such as an e-kiosk to allow members of the public to report a crime and apply for police documents.
TODAY reports: About 18.5 per cent of the Singapore resident population had no religious affiliation last year, up from 17 per cent in 2010, according to the General Household Survey 2015 report.
TODAY reports: Singapore faces new challenges such as the income divide, differing opinions and values, but Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Grace Fu says the local arts, culture and sports scene could unite Singaporeans.
TODAY reports: Singapore’s first female full minister to helm a ministry, Ms Grace Fu, says women continue to face obstacles, at work or at home, which need to be removed for them to perform at their fullest potentials.
TODAY reports: Some lawyers say legislative tweaks are needed, but others argue that current guidelines for the public are enough.
TODAY reports: The number of babies born here last year was the highest in more than a decade, but some sociologists predict the gloomy economic outlook will make couples think twice about having children.
TODAY reports: The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore says that false preachers often present un-Catholic messages alongside more orthodox elements and that it may be hard for Catholics to distinguish which preachers were genuine.
TODAY reports: Riverwalk Tandoor’s restaurant supervisor Mr Subhasish said the victim had been dining at the restaurant with about 20 others prior to the incident.
TODAY reports: They had met on a mobile phone messaging app, a situation which the prosecution called "every parent's nightmare".