Arts & Culture
The elderly members of Sin Hoe Ping, one of the last Chinese puppet troupes in Singapore, belong to a fading tradition.
by Amandas Ong
Singapore29 Aug 2016 04:17 GMT
Singapore expects more cases to be identified as dozens of people, mostly foreign construction workers, test positive.
Indonesia05 Aug 2016 12:04 GMT
Singapore steps up security after arrest of six people on Batam island for allegedly planning attack on Marina Bay.
South China Sea05 Jun 2016 13:08 GMT
At security summit, Beijing vows to ignore pending international court ruling while US steps up military patrols.
Business & Economy01 Mar 2016 06:40 GMT
Leadership on ratification of the TPP would provide a shot in the arm to the economies of many states in East Asia.
J Berkshire Miller
Environment12 Jan 2016 20:42 GMT
Prices fell below $30 a barrel briefly as British oil and gas company BP says it will cut 4,000 jobs.
Humanitarian crises02 Dec 2015 04:20 GMT
Report reveals reasons behind crash of the Airbus A320 into the Java Sea last year that killed all 162 on board.
Science & Technology06 Nov 2015 10:17 GMT
Environmentally friendly solutions presented at event in the city state, offering a glimpse of things to come.
Asia21 Oct 2015 06:08 GMT
Mega-church founder convicted of misappropriating donations to support wife's singing career for "evangelical causes".
Sport20 Sep 2015 15:02 GMT
German wins his third race of the season and moves into third on the all-time list; Hamilton retires on lap 32.
Sport19 Sep 2015 15:05 GMT
Vettel takes Ferrari to first pole since 2012 and ends Mercedes's 15-month domination.
Sport14 Sep 2015 13:27 GMT
Smoke from the forest fires has worsened Singapore's air pollution issue ahead of this weekend's F1 race.
Politics13 Sep 2015 14:01 GMT
The ruling People's Action Party has won a decisive victory, but the city-state is a place of growing disquiet.
Singapore11 Sep 2015 20:03 GMT
Results, which shows PAP won almost all of the seats, strengthen the mandate of the party amid an economic slowdown.
Politics11 Sep 2015 07:03 GMT
Voting begins in snap elections considered a test for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's People's Action Party.
Elections10 Sep 2015 08:04 GMT
The status quo is a central issue in Friday's election with opposition candidates saying checks and balances are needed.
by J Berkshire Miller
by Madeleine Thien
by Patrick Gathara
by Richard Javad Heydarian
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