Pollution in Singapore has reached record levels and the city-state’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has warned it could last for weeks. It has
Social media is extremely popular, especially with young people. As a result the education world is exploring how that success can be used in the
Singapore has opened an inquiry into the death of an American engineer, Shane Todd. His death was originally registered as a suicide by hanging, but
Some call it “Disneyland with the death penalty.” Proud of its title as one of the safest places in the world, Singapore exercises a zero-tolerance
“How is Singapore planning for sustainability? We discuss the issue of energy in the cities of tomorrow with Ms Fun Siew Leng, Group Director for
Five-times Olympic champion Ian Thorpe made a low-key return to competitive swimming with a disappointing seventh place finish in the 100m individual
It is an eternal question – do children really benefit from learning at a very early age?
Head, heart and hand, India
Avnika Menon goes to
Today we headed to the north of Singapore to see some sustainable housing projects- so far north in fact that our mobile phones told us “Welcome to
Energy. It is generated, consumed, and expelled. Our cities have a constant appetite for it.
So how could that kind of consumption of power and
Our cities are centres of innovation, where minds and machines work together to develop new, game-changing technologies. The challenge is how to
We spoke to the Chairman of Singapore’s national research and development organisation A*Star today. Chairman Lim is a very likeable character, and a
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel produced a stunning performance to outclass his rivals and clinch the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday.
The 24 year old
At 170 years of age it is the oldest known bottle of champagne in the world.
Now, having been bought for 30,000 euros at auction, it is also the
Water is at the heart of who we are, and everything we do. We live through water. On one level it is very simple – around two thirds of your body is
Alan Shadrake, a British author, has begun a six week prison sentence in Singapore after a court there rejected his appeal.
Shadrake was convicted
Do you fancy a nice hot drink in the morning, but can’t face making it sometimes? Well, Singaporean robot Mika could be just your cup of tea.
Singapore Airlines grounded three of its Airbus A380 planes on Wednesday to replace their engines after finding oil stains on them.
They use the
A Qantas Airbus made an emergency landing in Singapore after the super-jumbo blew out an engine. White vapour came from the wing before it landed.
Tests are being carried out on the engines of Airbus A380s, after one appeared to break apart on a Qantas flight on Thursday.
Qantas has suspended flights of its Airbus A380s after obvious engine trouble forced one of the aircraft to make an emergency landing.
The Singapore stock exchange SGX plans to take over Sydney’s ASX to create Asia’s fifth-largest bourse.
The almost six billion euro merger would be
Singapore’s stock exchange has unveiled an agreed takeover bid for its Australian equivalent in a drive to compete with the region’s other financial
A Swiss man accused of vandalism in Singapore faces being caned and jailed for up to three years if convicted.
Oliver Fricker is charged with
Emergency teams are scrambling to contain a 2,500 tonne oil spill into the waters between Malaysia and Singapore after two vessels collided in the
A massive clean-up operation is underway to mop up an oil spill in Asia’s busiest shipping lane.
It comes after an oil tanker and a bulk carrier
The APEC summit of Asia Pacific nations has ended with leaders admitting it will not be possible to reach a deal at next month’s climate change