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Singapore seeks social media ‘corrections’ in proposed fake news law

The move came two days after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said governments should play a more active role in regulating the online platform.

Nearly 1 in 2 young Singaporeans are open to religious extremists posting views on social media – here’s why that’s ‘worrying’...

Across all age groups, 26.8 per cent of respondents indicated that they were open to religious extremists publishing their views on the internet or social media.

Singapore is the safest Asian country for women to live in, study finds – here’s why

The worst performers on the list are the Philippines, Indonesia and India.

Singapore ranks 13th in the world for rule of law, and has the highest score for order and security

Singapore also topped the global ranking in the area of order and security.

AGC refers case of possible misconduct by lawyer Lee Suet Fern to Law Society

The AGC said Mrs Lee appears to have prepared the late Mr Lee's last will and arranged for him to execute it, despite the fact that her husband is one of the beneficiaries under that will.

Minimum legal age for smoking goes up to 19 from Jan 1

Orchard Road will also become smoke-free, with lighting up limited to designated areas.

Singapore court allows gay man to adopt son born through surrogate in landmark ruling

This comes almost a year after his initial bid was rejected.

MOH wants public consultation on whether Singapore should ban or tax high-sugar drinks

High sugar intake of people in Singapore is a major factor for obesity and diabetes.

Buddhist Fellowship president says he supports repeal of 377A

This is the latest comment on Section 377A made by a religious leader in Singapore.