Tsunekazu Takeda is under formal investigation by French prosecutors for suspected corruption related to Japan's successful bid to host the 2020 Olympic Games.
- by Emmanuel Jarry
High-tech urban farms are popping up all over the city state.
- by Rina Chandran
Heng's appointment as the first assistant secretary general of the People's Action Party follows months of behind-the-scenes moves to select a new leader,
- by Fathin Ungku
The gap between the city-state's wealthy and poor is huge - and no one wants to risk being left behind.
- by Nicholas Stuart
Singaporean doctors successfully removed the abnormally large mass from 53-year-old Malay woman.
- by Kristine Phillips
As the only country outside China, Hong Kong and Taiwan to have a majority-Chinese population, Singapore is in a unique position.
- by Amy Qin
About 1.5 million patients who visited SingHealth's outpatient clinics had their non-medical personal particulars illegally accessed and copied.
Murrumbateman mushrooms could soon find themselves on Singapore's shelves overnight.
- by Finbar O'Mallon
Kim Jong-un was clad in his favorite Mao-style suit, wore the same horn-rimmed glasses and maintained his trademark high-cut hairstyle.