Singaporean radio DJ and Youtuber Dee Kosh is apparently distraught after being attacked by fans of the K-pop sensation, who call themselves ARMYs.
The new parcel collection service is available from Thursday (18 October) at 159 7-Eleven stores, with a progressive rollout to almost 350 stores by the end of 2018.
It's (semi-)official, middle-seat passengers on airplanes should be allowed the use of both their armrests, according to one airline.
The cast has been revealed for the China-produced remake of Singapore’s most successful TV drama series ever, "The Little Nyonya".
The new Cuba Libre Cafe & Bar at Frasers Tower offers a "95 per cent" new menu with healthy and contemporary Latin American fare. The restaurant also offers a three-course set lunch (with a drink) at $17.50 per person.
Changi Airport’s Jewel – to be opened in the first half of 2019 – is set to feature over 280 shops and eateries, including a Pokémon concept store as well as popular American fast food chains A&W and Shake Shack. For starters, the Pokémon Center Singapore at Jewel will be the brand’s only permanent retail store outside of Japan.
IKEA and Scoot put out parody ads based on the stolen bus stop bench at Braddell Road. Trust Swedish furniture giant IKEA and low cost airline Scoot not to sit around when it comes to an opportunity to make parody advertisements based on a viral story. On Tuesday (9 October), Tan Ke Wei, a 22-year-old Singaporean, was sentenced in the State Courts to a seven-day short detention order for stealing a metal bench from a bus stop along Braddell Road on 14 June last year.
Diners at the Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup restaurant were left bemused when a gay pornographic video was played on a TV set inside the eatery.
South Korean boy band BTS will be coming to Singapore to perform at the National Stadium on 19 January next year, as part of their Love Yourself world tour.
A local beauty pageant winner has been stripped of her Miss Bikini Universe Singapore crown after an alleged dispute with the organiser over her prize money.
Based on a 2005 film inspired by true events, Kinky Boots the musical follows the journey of Charlie Price, reluctant heir to a British shoe factory, and his unlikely relationship with sassy drag queen Lola.
Korean movie stars Hyun Bin and Jang Dong-Gun will be in Singapore on 30 October to promote their new film "Rampant".
Video by Wong Casandra Seven 40-foot containers' worth of props, set pieces, lighting equipment and costumes. Over 200 pairs of shoes and more than 70 pairs of boots. That's what it takes to stage Kinky Boots , which is currently running til 14 October at the Sands Theatre. Join Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore for a look behind the scenes of the hit Broadway musical. Read our review here .
Social media star Nas Daily will be returning to Singapore to speak at the Singapore Media Festival Ignite conference and exhibition from 4 to 7 December.
Personal mobility device (PMD) users and cyclists will be able to enjoy free entry into Sentosa from 1 October onwards, said the Sentosa Development Corporation in a press release on Friday (28 September).
Taiwanese singer Fei Yu-ching has announced that he will retire from show business in 2019, citing the death of his parents and the need to slow down his pace of life as reasons. The singer is popular across Asia, where he is well-known for hit songs including A Spray of Plum Blossoms and Good Night Song.
Actress Rebecca Lim celebrated her 32nd birthday on Tuesday (25 September) with a dinner gathering with friends at sushi restaurant Yoyogi.
Here is Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s list of interesting activities happening this weekend, including the return of Halloween Horror Nights, the second instalment of The Great Food Festival, and Singapore's premier timepiece festival.
Singapore's breakout celebrity fashion saleswoman, Lerine Yeo, has made a police report after copycat pages using the same name as her online apparel store surfaced on Facebook.
A gay couple running a law firm in Japan who take on “misfit” clients. To be held from 4 to 12 October at Great World City and VivoCity’s GV theatres, this year’s selection “centres around the theme of ‘acceptance’…not simply focused on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community but also of one’s self”.
The Singapore Zoo has revamped its elephant show to focus on exhibiting the animals’ natural behaviour instead of making them perform on command. Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS), which manages Singapore’s animal attractions, announced the new format on Friday (21 September), saying it was part of “continuing efforts to provide world class care for her animals through improved animal welfare”. The revised show will be launched on Saturday, which is Elephant Appreciation Day.
Prices of DHL Express shipments in Singapore will increase by 4.9 per cent on average in 2019, the delivery services giant announced on Friday (21 September).
The powerbanks' packaging had these words which seem to take a dig at Apple's new smartphones' battery capacity: "Here's a powerbank. You'll need it. Courtesy of Huawei."
Apple fans in Singapore finally got their hands on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max on Friday morning (21 September) at the flagship Apple Orchard Road store.