Stories By Claire Huang
116 Apr 2014 Wed
The tentative trial dates of the case between Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council and the National Environment Agency have been fixed for four days in June this year.
216 Apr 2014 Wed
The 70-year-old general practitioner, who was convicted in March of molesting a patient twice, now faces an additional charge of false declaration to the Singapore Medical Council.
315 Apr 2014 Tue
A Malaysian driver who was charged on Monday with failing to stop his car for immigration clearance at the Woodlands Checkpoint will have his case handed over to the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC).
415 Apr 2014 Tue
The first of 17 men embroiled in the Kaki Bukit dormitory rioting incident in March has been sentenced to two weeks' imprisonment for using criminal force.
515 Apr 2014 Tue
The verdict of the controversial Brompton bikes case is expected to be delivered on May 29. This was made known in court on Tuesday during the hearing of the case involving a former National Parks Board assistant director, who has chosen not to give evidence on the stand.
612 Apr 2014 Sat
Education Minister Heng Swee Keat said parents have to support not only the child but also the teachers and one another, so that their children can excel in life.
711 Apr 2014 Fri
A construction worker was on Friday given nine months' jail for molesting a woman after she showed him neighbourliness with a simple greeting.
810 Apr 2014 Thu
The verdict on the case of alleged football match-fixer Eric Ding will be delivered on July 1.
908 Apr 2014 Tue
The defence lawyers representing the six leaders of City Harvest Church have attacked the prosecution's case, saying that no evidence has been produced to show that the accused misused church funds.
1007 Apr 2014 Mon
The trial of an Indian national, who allegedly obstructed a police officer in Little India last December when he was dispersing the unlawful assembly, has started.