Alleged drunk and uncooperative man gets tasered by Singapore police at Everton Park

A dramatic video capturing an allegedly drunk man getting tasered by the Singapore police has been circulating across social media.The footage of the incident...

Executive arm of Govt should not be arbiters of what constitutes falsehoods: WP chief...

The executive arm of Government, particularly Ministers, should not be given the “remarkable leeway” to determine what constitutes false statements of fact”, said Workers’...

Netizens express outrage over Police’s conditional warning to NUS undergrad who repeatedly filmed children...

Following the high-profile sexual harassment case involving voyeur Nicholas Lim Jun Kai, who was merely given a 12-month conditional warning and an instruction to...

Lawyer Jeffrey Ong receives 13 additional charges on Thu for cheating offences

After being charged with eight counts of forgery under Section 468 of the Penal Code last week in relation to his alleged involvement in...

Singapore’s Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill “inconsistent” with international legal standards: ICJ

Singapore’s Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill, at least in its current form, is “vague” and “inconsistent” with international legal standards, said the...

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