Saudi diplomat sentenced to 26 months’ jail and 4 strokes of cane

A Saudi diplomat was sentenced to 26 months' jail and 4 strokes of the cane after he was convicted of molesting a 20-year-old hotel...

Malaysian jailed 6 months for assaulting mentally-challenged woman

Malaysian Pasu Pathy Sangaran, 20, has been jailed for 6 months yesterday (Sep 23) for theft, criminal breach of trust and assault against his mentally-challenged...

TOC hit back at Singapore Police: We asked for response, you ignore us

"We asked for a response, you ignore us, and now you want to arrest us?" Singapore independent news media TheOnlineCitizen (TOC) hit back at the...

Indonesian maid jailed 4 weeks for fabricating assault accusations

A 35-year-old Indonesian maid was sentenced to 4 weeks' jail yesterday (Apr 20) for fabricating assault accusations claiming her 83-year-old employer hit her on...

Anonymous vigilante target PAP MPs Facebook pages

An anonymous vigilante has created impersonated Facebook pages of 13 PAP MPs and used the fake accounts for phishing scams. Among the targeted are PAP...

Singapore Police give in to recent child suicide: Adult to accompany minors during police...

The Singapore Police gave in to public pressure following severe criticisms, including from the President of Law Society, and a new law will be...

Fines increased S$100 for unsolicited poster ads

The fines for posting unsolicited advertisement papers on walls and poles at public properties will increase from S$400 to S$500, according to the Land...

Burmese national jailed for recording women shower with pinhole camera

A Burmese national who is working as a Singapore trainee ship officer has been jailed 16 weeks for recording videos of women showering through...

Man went on rampage in Serangoon HDB carpark

An anonymous man went on a rampage at the open-air HDB carpark of Serangoon North Avenue 2 this morning (Dec 3) around 9am, thrashing...

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States Times Review to shut down on Polling Day

States Times Review will shut down tomorrow on Polling Day. I have done enough for Singapore and it is up to Singaporeans to decide their...

Singapore airports to remain close in 2020, reopening in early 2021 pessimistic

Singapore is on track to break the 50,000 figure by the end of July, with daily reporting still in the hundreds. There are currently 45,298...

More arrests, more POFMA and more censorship

Following the increase in public criticism as seen in the PAP candidate Ivan Lim saga, Singapore's ruling party dictatorship looks set to impose stricter...