Stories By Jack Board
127 May 2015 Wed
FIFA confirms that President Sepp Blatter was not involved in a corruption investigation and says that the 2018 and 2022 World Cups will proceed as planned.
220 May 2015 Wed
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop confirms the commitment of an additional US$4.7 million to assist vulnerable communities in Myanmar's Rakhine State, home to many Rohingyas.
320 May 2015 Wed
Foreign Minister K Shanmugam and his counterpart Julie Bishop have officially opened a specially-built enclosure at Singapore Zoo to house four on-loan koalas from Australia, as part of SG50 celebrations.
420 May 2015 Wed
Mr Abbott is expected to discuss the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP), which will see new levels of integration between Singapore and Australia in economic, foreign affairs, defence and security fields.
512 May 2015 Tue
Jit Bahadur Ghale, a staff sergeant serving in the Singapore Police Force's Gurkha Contingent, confronts the grim reality facing his village Barpak, which lies at the epicentre of the Nepal quake.
611 May 2015 Mon
Nepal's leading gymnasts fear they may not be able to qualify for the Olympic Games next year, as their training ground was badly damaged in the earthquake.
711 May 2015 Mon
Carrying cameras, lenses, a tripod, live broadcast equipment, food, water, medical supplies and a tent and tarpaulin, Channel NewsAsia's three-man news team headed to the earthquake epicentre.
808 May 2015 Fri
Nothing has been spared in Nuwakot. No homes have been untouched by the deep force of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake on Apr 25.
907 May 2015 Thu
The National Trauma Centre's main concern is not staff, however, but medicine. It had only a limit local supply from the outset and that was quickly exhausted.
1006 May 2015 Wed
Dr Khem Bdr Karki, who is coordinating overseas teams in Nepal, says the country does not need any more foreign personnel and is more in need of medical supplies, water purification systems and personal hygiene kits.