The Singapore football team will defend their Asean title at the end of the year.
Have grandparents ever looked so fashionable?
A photo series by a local photographer has put paid to the old adage “Clothes maketh the man.”
TNP PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
Vulgarities were hurled at Mr Hamzah Rahmat (above), with insults about everything including his parentage.
All this over a set of toiletries.
TNP PHOTO: Choo Chwee Hua
Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) officer Lieutenant Tiffany Neo (above) was the leader of the first SCDF response team at the fatal accident that sparked the Little India riot last year.
TNP PHOTO: Latashni Gobi Nathan
At the Singapore Armed Forces Yacht Club yesterday, an amphibious vehicle that could previously only be found in a James Bond film was unveiled.
TNP PHOTO: BENJAMIN SEETOR
PHOTO COURTESY OF ADRIAN HUANG
Have you heard of ice kopi-beer?
Mr Adrian Huang has and he is not pleased at all.
He ordered a bottle each of Heineken beer, Tiger beer and Guinness stout (above).
TNP PHOTO: BENJAMIN SEETOR
Even as football, rugby, tennis and swimming announce ambitious plans to host world-class tournaments at the new Sports Hub, which should fully open in June, table tennis had been ominously quiet.
FULHAM v CHELSEA
(Tonight, 11pm, SingTel mio TV Ch 102 and StarHub TV Ch 227)
Premiership leaders versus bottom-dwellers.
TNP FILE PHOTO
He might be cleared of his corruption charges, but not the way that he “abused his position and exploited” his former student, Ms Darinne Ko.
TNP PHOTO: KOK YUFENG
The table was laden with a sumptuous spread of tasty treats such as salmon quiche and shepherd’s pies.
A MOTHER’S PAIN: Mr Tan Poh Ying’s mother, Madam Teo Kiu Wah (left), breaks down at her son’s wake. She is being comforted by funeral director Jenny Tay. TNP PHOTO: JEREMY LONG
My son’s agony is finally over.
He might go by the provocative stage moniker Rob Zombie, but don’t bet on this US industrial metal legend and cult film-maker ever making a zombie flick.
SPECIAL: Madam Janet Yeo with her daughter Ella Ho. TNP PHOTO: GARY GOH
The nine-year-old girl went downstairs with her mother one day and a man - a total stranger to the mum - greeted the girl by name.
When a teen beat him more than once in a racing game, applications engineer Lau Teck Guan attacked the youngster.
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