PSI hits moderate range on Sunday
SINGAPORE - The air quality entered the moderate range in the early hours of Sunday and remained so up to the early afternoon.
Life cycle of hellos and goodbyes
Prepping to move back to Singapore from Beijing last week, I felt like my life was moving in cycles.
A narrow escape
There are two moments I keep replaying in my head. The first is when we fell into the water, and the utter disbelief I felt at how one second I was sitting in the back of the canoe with my dad in the front and my mum in the middle - gripping the sides of the boat tightly - and the next we were tipping, tipping, tipping sideways into the cold lake.
Married to a Tiger Dad
There are a few sheets of paper that never fail to pique the interest of first-time visitors to our home.
Red House Seafood to close, but four other seafood restaurants enjoy longevity
The year was 1978 and 16-year-old Sunny Goh was working at Red House Seafood, then located in Upper East Coast Road, as an order-taker while waiting for his O-level results.
Father-and-child bonding activities are gaining popularity in schools
When Methodist Girls' School (MGS) held its first father-and-child bonding session last year, the response was so good it had to double its number of participants to 80 pairs.
Who is Sajida al-Rishawi, the woman ISIS wants in exchange for Japanese hostage Kenji Goto?
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (Isis) is reportedly demanding that an Al-Qaeda linked attempted female suicide bomber, Sajida al-Rishawi, is released in exchange for its hostage, Japanese reporter Kenji Goto.
Damien Hirst's butterflies artwork creates flutter with $2.15m sale at Singapore art fair
A Damien Hirst artwork featuring butterflies stuck onto a surface of wet paint has been sold at Art Stage Singapore for US$1.6 million (S$2.15 million), making it the top sale so far this year.
It's the Year of the Goat, but fluffy sheep are everywhere
With Chinese New Year just weeks away, Chinatown is all decked out and ready to usher in the Year of the Goat.
Adventurous retiree is 89 and still skydiving
He started a jogging club in his 50s, went white-water rafting in his 70s and, now, Mr Tan Kok Sing has added another feather to his sports cap. The 89-year-old is Singapore's oldest skydiver.
Life as Mrs Jay Chou
The fairy-tale wedding at Selby Abbey, in Selby, North Yorkshire, northern England, has ended.