Blood Ties

Liz Coward, a Singapore based author and scriptwriter, co-wrote Blood and Bandages; fighting for life in the RAMC Field Ambulance 1940-46, with 103-year-old William Earl, who served with the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) in WW2.

Guide Dogs in Singapore

Disability advocate and guide dog owner Cassandra Chiu talks about the independence, safety and confidence her service animal Esme has given her, and how she’s committed to changing attitudes to disability and guide dogs in Asia.

Meet the ANZA Office Dogs!

The ANZA office in Kampong Bahru is a dog friendly zone – with several staffers bringing their adorable dogs into work on a regular basis. Meet our four-legged friends, Frankie, Chutney and Ellie!

Berlin Stories

A visit to Berlin offers a fascinating walk through the city’s extraordinary pages of history, writes John Burfitt.

Bar Review: Idlewild Flies High

Travel back to the golden age of air travel at Idlewild, a luxe, retro-themed small bar at Singapore's Intercontinental Hotel.

Saving Singapore’s Street Dogs

Expat Nivedita Nayar works as a re-homer and adoption drive volunteer for Save Our Street Dogs (SOSD), a volunteer-run organisation dedicated to the welfare of Singapore’s many stray dogs.

Cat Welfare Society – Fighting for Felines

What does CWS do? CWS advocates for the humane management of community cats, through sterilisation (not culling) and responsible cat ownership. We are the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) mediation partner to amicably...

Wild Singapore – Where to See Otters, Dugongs & Pangolin

Otters Otters had almost disappeared from Singapore by the 1970s, due to waterway pollution. But a general waterway clean-up, mandated by Lee Kuan Yew, saw their return, and thanks to a cleaner habitat the otter...

Interview: Professor Brian Cox

Professor Brian Cox is heading to Singapore with a brand-new show, the Universal World Tour 2019 on Saturday 8 June at the Star Theatre.

What’s On: May

We round up Singapore's best of entertainment, festivals, fun and events this May!