More schools and teachers may be using technology to help students learn better, but some of the programmes used in schools may be putting the personal data of students at risk, software giant Microsoft said on Wednesday.
The police may get more teeth to deal with public nuisances in the neighbourhood, with the Government looking into legislative changes to deal with the issue.
Both SingTel and StarHub pay-TV viewers will get to watch this year's World Cup in Brazil which kicks off on June 12.
Two Malaysian women were fined $15,000 each for bringing into Singapore $1.8 million without declaring it at Woodlands Checkpoint.
A survey into purported unfair beer pricing found that of 16 food and beverage outlets in Singapore, only three did not raise prices above the calculated excise increase stated by the Ministry of Finance.