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China and US among 46 countries that signed an international treaty named after Singapore – here’s what it’s for
There's even an orchid named after the convention now.
Here’s when security officers can and cannot ask for your NRIC when new rules kick in on September 1
Here's when a private security officer can legally ask for your NRIC, and when they can't.
The Auditor-General's Office highlighted irregularities in a "significant number" of quotations by contractors for public projects.
Parking illegally is going to cost you more next month.
Changi Airport continued to operate with one runway.
The maximum jail term for such crimes will be doubled, and caning will also be introduced.
The move came two days after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said governments should play a more active role in regulating the online platform.
Nearly 1 in 2 young Singaporeans are open to religious extremists posting views on social media – here’s why that’s ‘worrying’...
Across all age groups, 26.8 per cent of respondents indicated that they were open to religious extremists publishing their views on the internet or social media.
The worst performers on the list are the Philippines, Indonesia and India.