Public agencies have 72 hours to decide to notify people affected by data breach under new data security rules
Those who fail to comply with the rules could face penalties including fines of up to $5,000 or a jail term of up to two years, or both.
Man seeks to evict 'noisy' neighbours from flat below his
This is after Mr Daniel See's neighbours failed to comply with dispute resolution tribunal's orders.
All is not well in embalming world
Not all embalmers are certified, and botched jobs are not uncommon, say industry insiders.
SDP told to put up correction alongside two posts and online article on PMET employment
The Government has, for the third time, invoked a fake news law, taking issue with two Facebook posts and an article by the Singapore Democratic Party on manpower matters.
How Ann Wee spent her last night with volunteers
Historian Mandakini Arora spent time with the pioneer of social work education in Singapore on the evening before she passed away.
5,000 more tickets to Bicentennial Experience up for grabs as exhibition welcomes 700,000th visitor
It is the last chance for all to catch the exhibition before it closes on Dec 31.
What lies ahead for Amaravati after aborted capital-city project
Insight has this on-the-ground report about the city that has not got off the ground.
New Zealand volcano eruption: Specialist teams hope to resume land search on Sunday
New Zealand police on Saturday officially identified the first victim as 21-year-old Australian woman Krystal Browitt.
Premium eggs worth the money?
Are Japanese eggs, sold at a premium compared with local ones, all that they are cracked up to be? The Sunday Times finds out in a blind taste test.