One of the passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight is a recent graduate of St Andrew's Junior College (SAJC).
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS/AFP) - The Malaysia Airlines plane that went missing near the South China Sea early Saturday morning is presumed to have crashed, even as countries in the region joined in the search operation.
Police have arrested the driver of car which crashed through Woodlands Checkpoint on Saturday afternoon.
A new tribunal to deal with feuding neighbours who just cannot settle their differences is expected to be set up in the second half of the year.
Foreign Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam has said that Singapore will stand shoulder to shoulder with Malaysia after Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 went missing on Saturday.