Malaysian rights group blasts Singapore govt, law society after prominent lawyer suspended
Lawyers for Liberty says the suspension of M Ravi will affect many Malaysians on death row in Singapore in their bid for a fair trial.
No regrets, says Singapore rights lawyer after 5-year suspension
M Ravi says he chose to dedicate his legal career to the cause of human rights and access to justice in Singapore.
Rosmah gets release of passport for travel to Singapore
Her lawyer says she will remain in the republic for six weeks to visit her daughter and grandson who is unwell, as well as spend the Hari Raya celebration there.
Singapore to work with Indonesia, Asean, UN to push Myanmar peace plan
The agreement was among several memorandums of understanding signed by the two countries, including Singapore sharing knowledge that could support the development of Indonesia's new capital Nusantara.
HSR project can continue as long as it's not funded by govt, says Loke
The transport minister says the government welcomes any proposal from the private sector to continue the mega project.
Singapore's first-ever Olympic champion pulls out of SEA Games
Joseph Schooling, who has been performing his two years of mandatory military service, was mired in a drug controversy last year.
Singapore to halt Batu Puteh development plans, reclamation activities, says deputy minister
Deputy Foreign Minister Mohamad Alamin said this follows Malaysia's stance and objections on the matter, both verbal and in writing.
Govt defends consultation of Singapore housing experts
Minister Nga Kor Ming says that quality, not quantity, is the main problem in Malaysia's public housing sector.
Singapore detains youngest person to date for terrorism-related acts under ISA
The 15-year-old youth was issued an order of detention in December last year.
Singapore hikes property, car taxes in balanced budget
Singapore's trade-reliant economy faces headwinds this year from slowing global growth, inflation and rising interest rates.
Singapore maintains 2023 GDP growth forecast, spurred by China reopening
The city-state's economic performance is often seen as a useful barometer of the global environment because of its reliance on trade with the rest of the world.
Singapore relaxes Covid travel curbs, mask rules further
Singapore will no longer require travellers who are not fully vaccinated to show Covid-19 test results or purchase coronavirus travel insurance from Feb 13, the government's virus task force says.