Socio-political commentary site Breakfast Network will be shutting down, said its founder Bertha Henson late Monday night.
Published on Dec 10, 2013 01:29:15
Police officers who were tackling the Little India riots on Sunday night did not use their service revolvers because the situation did not call for it, said the police, responding to queries from The Straits Times on Monday.
Published on Dec 10, 2013 01:16:40
Twenty-six of the suspects arrested in connection with Sunday's riot in Little India are expected to appear in court on Tuesday to answer to charges of rioting, police said.
Published on Dec 10, 2013 00:19:48
The Government will implement three measures in a bid to bring the framework for executive condominums (ECs) more in line with that of public housing as well as to support a stable EC market.
Published on Dec 09, 2013 19:54:51
The driver involved in the Little India accident on Sunday night that sparked a riot has been arrested and is out on bail, police said on Monday.
Published on Dec 09, 2013 19:18:03
- Former supermarket cashier jailed for 6 months for embezzling $18,556
The former chief cashier of the Shop N Save Supermarket in Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 was jailed for six months on Monday for misappropriating $18,556 of the store's earnings. A district court heard that Siti Nooryani Mohamed Yunos, 29, siphoned the money between September 2012 and February this year.
Published on Dec 09, 2013 15:58:30
- ICA specialist granted social visit passes to foreigners for a fee
An Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) specialist who took and gave bribes to grant social visit passes to various foreigners to enter Singapore was jailed for 21 months on Monday. Corporal Mohammed Mustaffa Mohabat Ali, 29, admitted to 12 of 35 charges of corruption. He was ordered to pay a penalty of $8,050 or in default, sentenced to four weeks' jail.
Published on Dec 09, 2013 13:26:01
- Little India Riot: Sunday's violence may affect plans to tighten liquor licence rules
Plans to tighten alcohol rules in Little India might be affected by the riot that took place there on Sunday night. Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew told reporters on Monday morning that he and Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean had discussed the ongoing consultation on what changes should be made to liquor licences.
Published on Dec 09, 2013 12:51:40
- Little India Riot: Shop owners pick up the pieces
Shop owners and residents affected by the riot in Little India on Sunday night were seen clearing up the debris from the violence, with most counting their losses.
Published on Dec 09, 2013 12:31:04
- 29th man in online vice ring convicted
A former assistant engineer with the Republic of Singapore Air Force was jailed for nine weeks on Monday for commercial sex with an underaged escort, the 29th man to be convicted in a long-running online vice case involving 51 men.
Published on Dec 09, 2013 11:30:45