First person: I am not proud to be Malaysian
SINGAPORE - It was estimated that some 300 over Singaporeans and foreigners took part in the 1-day Freedom Film Fest 2012 event held at The Substation, Singapore.
Reminiscing memories of KTM Tanjung Pagar station
TANJUNG PAGAR - The train station was like a second home and my father gave me a memorable tour around the station.
Waytha’s last day in exile
SINGAPORE - Waytha Moorthy has been living in self-exile since late 2007, when talk of an impending clampdown on the Hindraf movement gained steam. [VIDEO]
Waythamoorthy gained his dignity as Malaysian
SINGAPORE - After being in exile since 2008, Waythamoorthy finally will be walking on Malaysian soil on August 1, 2012.
Waytha arrived in Singapore
SINGAPORE - Waythamoorthy has been living in self-exile since late 2007, when talk of an impending clampdown on the Hindraf movement gained steam.
Flashback: The last train to Tanjung Pagar
SINGAPORE - The last coach bound to Tanjung Pagar Railway Station in Singapore form Johor Bahru Central rolled out at 8.02 pm on the June 30, 2011. [VIDEO]
Malaysian Ibtisem Ben Nasib to be honoured in Singapore
SINGAPORE - Ibtisem tried to take her audience on a journey from day to night through her film, which is about humanity and love.
Train breakdowns in Singapore cause for concern
Singapore's transport minister Lui Tuck Yew told Parliament yesterday that these measures will improve public communication, bus bridging services and coordination between the relevant bodies.
Empat atau lima orang di Singapura cuba bunuh diri setiap hari
Empat atau lima orang dilaporkan cuba membunuh diri di Singapura setiap hari. Sekurang-kurangnya seorang berjaya.
Government exploring extending smoking ban to public places
"They tell me that more people, especially younger Singaporeans, are smoking inspite of the many anti-smoking measures."
Financial planning: all about the money, for ever after
How are Singaporeans doing in these four aspects of financial planning?
Marriage rates declining in Singapore
It is less complicated if a generation of human beings is identified as the problem behind marriage decline, as compared to looking at policies and their social ramifications.
Interview with Leong Sze Hian: A definition of success
In this interesting interview with Real Singaporean Stories, Leong Sze Hian shares a different and unique view on success.
How Singaporeans can hold their own (Malaysians beg to differ?)
Are we just being critical and say ding-dong does a lousy job? Do we come together and brainstorm in order to do better?
Education levels the playing field. Discuss
Citing a recent Today report, Mr Heng noted that parents are sending children for enrichment classes outside of their academic needs, but that children should have enough time for play and a more "balanced education".
Salt of the earth: Singaporeans gorge on sodium to get real
SINGAPORE: The study also compared the results with that of other countries, and found that the individual daily salt intake is 2.6g more than Malaysia. Comparatively, the United Kingdom, Japan and Canada also have a higher overall salt intake.
Search for two missing Singaporeans continues
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), which is leading the operations, said the extension was requested by the families of the missing Singaporeans as well as the Singapore Consulate-General in Johor Bahru.
They change, we change
SINGAPORE: When an establishment wants to engage the youth, how should young people engage it in turn?
Unwanted ‘hellos’ may be a thing of the past
SINGAPORE: Weary consumers who have been receiving unsolicited calls from telemarketers may soon have the option of turning them off for good, as part of a proposed, unprecedented move to legally protect consumers' personal data.
1 in 5 here hit by cyber crime
SINGAPORE: One emerging trend is the surfacing of cyber crimes via mobile devices. With the blazing hot popularity of smartphones in Singapore, 20 per cent here got hit by cyber crime on their mobiles, above the global rate of 10 per cent.