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Thousands welcomed home gold medal hero Joseph Schooling after he won Singapore's first ever gold medal by beating none other than the great Michael Phelps in 100-metre butterfly final.
A Singaporean company called ‘Black Tidings’ is at the centre of an investigation of payments made by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic bidding committee and
South Korea’s Song Young-Han beat world number one Jordan Spieth to celebrated his maiden title at the weather-delayed Singapore Open. The pair were
The young KoreanSong Young-han was about to putt on the 16th when the siren sounded, ending play due to rain at the Singapore Open on Sunday. But he
Former runner-up Liang Wen-chong of China took the clubhouse lead at the Singapore Open on Saturday. Liang shot a four-under 67 before darkness
The world’s third-largest shipping firm, CMA CGM of France, has bid of $3.4 billion (3.13 billion euros) to buy Singapore’s Neptune Orient Lines. It
There will be an historic meeting between the leaders of China and Taiwan this weekend. Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet his Ma Ying-jeou, his
Thick haze in Singapore prompted swimming World Cup organisers to cancel Saturday’s finals. Southeast Asia has suffered for years from annual bouts
Euronews speed addict Bruno Sousa leads us through the weekend’s F1 events. “Hello and welcome to ‘Speed.’ This week all eyes focused on the Marina
Singapore has been celebrating 50 years of independence, with a weekend of events. President Tony Tan was among those marking the landmark. A fly