Man, 25, arrested in connection to unnatural death of 61-year-old in Bishan flat
A 61-year-old man was found dead in the living room of his Bishan Housing Board flat and a 25-year-old man, believed to be his son, has been arrested in connection to the unnatural death case.
Police said they were alerted at about 8.20pm to the unit at Block 152B Bishan Street 11.
It is understood that at least one neighbour reported about noise on the fifth storey. It is believed that things were being thrown around.
The older man was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene at about 9pm. No visible injuries were seen on him.
British police arrest man in Pippa royal photo 'hack'
British police said they had arrested a suspect following reports that 3,000 photographs had been hacked from Pippa Middleton, sister-in-law of Prince William, and were being touted for sale.
The pictures were reported by The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers to have been stolen from Middleton's iCloud account and included shots of her sister Kate, plus her and William's children Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, one.
Someone had been in touch with media via the encrypted messaging service WhatsApp to offer them for sale, the reports added.
Football: United flourish without benched Rooney by thumping champions Leicester 4-1
If Manchester United's performance in a 4-1 rout of English champions Leicester City is anything to go by, Wayne Rooney may struggle to get back into the starting XI.
Dropped by manager Jose Mourinho to the substitutes' bench after a series of poor performances, he made a cameo appearance after he replaced Marcus Rashford in the 83rd minute.
Although the club captain struck a positive note as he waved and applauded the fans as he headed down the tunnel, his role as the team's driving force is under serious threat after United thrived with Juan Mata filling his position superbly.
Football: Gray gets four game ban for 'homophobic' tweets
Arsenal gave manager Arsene Wenger a 20th anniversary to remember as Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Mesut Ozil scored in a slick 3-0 victory over Chelsea.
This week marked 20 years since Wenger's appointment and whereas Chelsea had spoilt his 1,000th game at the Arsenal helm with a 6-0 win in March 2014, this milestone was memorable for the right reasons.
Arsenal exploited lackadaisical Chelsea defending to score three times in the first half as they claimed a first league win over their London rivals since a 5-3 triumph in October 2011.
Snapchat introduces video-catching sunglasses
Vanishing message service Snapchat announced it will launch a line of video-catching sunglasses, a spin on Glass eyewear abandoned by Google more than a year ago.
The California-based company, which also announced it is changing its name to Snap Inc, said in an online post that its Spectacles will be "available soon," with media reports pegging the price at US$130 (S$176) a pair.
"We've been working for the past few years to develop a totally new type of camera," said the post by Team Snap. "Spectacles are sunglasses with an integrated video camera that makes it easy to create Memories."