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What happens after the music dies and the lights go out on Pink Dot?
The annual event wants to be Singapore’s own Songkran or Taiwan Lantern Festival
Merwin Tan cops another international title in the youth bowling division
The suspensions come after the Federal Aviation Administration in the United States issued a Notice to Airmen 'prohibiting US-registered aircraft from operating over the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman'
As the Philippines works on resolving the issue of China and the sunken Gem-Ver, here's how we and other countries ironed things out in the past
Shop, dine, play, explore and live it up at the refreshed edition of what was formerly known as the ‘Great Singapore Sale’ the past 25 years
'I don’t see a disgruntled scion but a man rallying his family under intense persecution to support his gay son’s wedding'
A team composed of collegiate football stars hopes to make a mark in the Philippines' first Merlion Cup stint
The pair, 15-year-old male eagle Geothermica and 17-year-old female eagle Sambisig, will be staying for an indefinite amount of time at Singapore's Jurong Bird Park
US Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan says the US is investing in new military technology to keep Asia stable in the coming years
The Pentagon sets its eyes on Beijing in a new Indo-Pacific security strategy that is expected to be unveiled at the annual Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, which begins Friday, May 31
Gamescom Asia will be held in Singapore from October 15 to 18, 2020 at the Suntec Singapore Convention Center
In his award-winning book, 'Stranger to Myself: Diary of a Bangladeshi in Singapore', M.D. Sharif Uddin writes about the tough life of migrant construction workers who are invisible to many in the affluent city-state
Philippine Eagle Foundation executive director Dennis Salvador says the wildlife loan agreement with Singapore serves as an 'insurance policy' in case anything happens to Philippine eagles in the country
The legislation, approved by parliament last week, gives government ministers powers to order social media sites such as Facebook to put warnings next to posts authorities deem to be false, and in extreme cases get them taken down
How did Joseph Schooling get to where he is now? Well, it's not just sheer luck.
There are VCMs deployed in Singapore, but only Comelec-designated officials are allowed to feed ballots into the counting machines
Symptoms in humans of monkeypox – which is endemic in parts of Central and Western Africa – include lesions, fever, muscle ache and chills
Tech firms, rights activists, and journalists say the new law could also be used to curb freedom of speech
At the 2016 Rio Olympics, swimmer Joseph Schooling made a splash when he clinched Singapore’s first-ever Olympic gold medal after winning the 100-meter butterfly event.
The laws have sparked outrage from rights groups, who fear they could stifle online discussion, tech companies with major bases in the financial hub and journalists' organizations
As more firms in Singapore shift into fields such as robotics and 3D printing, what are the possible challenges ahead?
According to Singapore’s draft law, ministers get to decide without any judicial review what online content is true or false simply if it offends them. Other countries may do the same
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, 57, will become deputy prime minister from May 1. He will retain his post as finance minister and act as premier in Lee's absence.
The Makati Football Club tops the Boys 13s Cup in the JSSL Singapore Professional Academy 7s
Academics from around the world with expertise in Singapore and Asia sign a letter warning the proposed legislation 'may deter scholarship and set precedents harmful to global academia'
An indoor waterfall, lush gardens, and airport lounge facilities are just some of the features at Jewel Changi Airport
Check out all the activities that every member of the family will enjoy
Rights groups warn Singapore's proposed fake news laws could be used to stifle online discussion, are too vague and may be used to target government critics
He's the name behind Singapore's refreshes National Day Parade theme song and more
The Asia Internet Coalition, whose members include Facebook, Google, and Twitter, says there may be 'significant risks to freedom of expression and speech'
Hozier and Nine Inch Nails also wind up on the list
The proposed new powers may allow the government to order websites to publish corrections for what it considers to be false information and to offer users the option of going to a site showing what authorities deem is the truth
Get to know the homegrown indie singer-songwriter behind Singapore’s refreshed 1987 National Day Parade theme song, “We are Singapore" and more
Singapore nominates its popular 'hawker culture' for UN recognition to 'safeguard' its local street food culture
Here are the activities you can do and places you can visit at this integrated resort
Television footage shows thick black smoke billowing from the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Singapore, but the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) says the fire was quickly put out
Paris climbs to the top of the 'World's Priciest Cities' list, tying first with both Singapore and Hong Kong
The same couple were sentenced in March 2017 to jail terms for abusing their Indonesian maid – the husband for two years and 4 months and the wife for two months. They have yet to serve those sentences.
(UPDATED) US regulators have ordered Boeing to make urgent improvements to the model and insisted they will take action if safety issues are detected
Renaldo Balkman and PJ Ramos deliver the goods as Alab Pilipinas recovers from its worst loss in the ASEAN Basketball League
F-35 fighter jets are among the most advanced warplanes ever built
Both Singapore and Malaysia claimed that Saturday's collision involving a Greek bulk carrier and Malaysian boat off Tuas, in western Singapore, had happened in their own waters
Those in Singapore with HIV have long complained of prejudice and campaigners say the negative reaction to the data breach has highlighted the stigma
Start the New Year with a bang at the Lion City!
Singapore built the sandbox... and now it’s time for the artists to come over
After 5 years of deliberation, the affluent city-state picks Lockheed Martin's F-35 over Europe's Eurofighter Typhoon and Chinese-made stealth warplanes
Analysts say the move by Tan Cheng Bock could represent a challenge to the government's dominance of the political system
Under the agreement, CapitaLand will acquire two units from a subsidiary of state investment firm Temasek