THE National Parks Board officer accused of lying to auditors was led to believe he was having an informal "chit-chat" with them when in fact it was an official interview, a court heard on Friday.
University professors, international-law practitioners and a former International Court of Justice judge from five countries are on the international panel formed to advise the Government on issues related to transboundary pollution, the Environment and Water Resources Ministry announced on Friday.
Psychologists like to tell this joke at parties: how many psychologists are needed to change a light bulb?
A man who stripped naked on an MRT train on Thursday evening has been arrested by the police.
A doctor found negligent in a fatal hit-and-run accident has been fined $20,000 and censured by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC)'s disciplinary tribunal.