A list of Singapore newspapers for information on sports, entertainments, music, jobs, education, food, festivals, tourism, lifestyles, movies, travel, real estate, and business.
One of the most widely circulated newspapers published in Singapore. The newspaper was founded in 1845.The Straits Times has bureaus in major cities all over the world including Beijing, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Washington, D.C..
Singaporean English-language daily newspaper owned by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH).
Singaporean compact format newspaper owned by the MediaCorp Press Ltd (a group of commercial media companies in Singapore). The newspaper published in English-language, has a morning and an afternoon edition.
English-language business & financial newspaper providing coverage of corporate, financial, economic, stock market, industry, global economy, markets, and political news.
Most widely read Chinese-language newspaper published in Singapore. In 1983 Lianhe Zaobao formed as a result of a merger between the "Sin Chew Jit Poh" and the "Nanyang Siang Pau", two of Singaporean oldest Chinese-language newspapers.
Leading Chinese language newspaper published in Singapore, The newspaper previously known as Friday Weekly. zbCOMMA especially for teenagers and secondary school students.
First bilingual (English, Chinese) newspaper published in Singapore. The newspaper owned by the Singapore Press Holdings (SPH). The My Paper Published on Mondays to Fridays (except public holidays).
Malay-language newspaper published in Singapore. The newspaper was founded in 1957, distributed among for the Malay communities in Singapore.
Chinese newspaper published in Singapore for students. The newspaper is published weekly by Singapore Press Holdings.
One of the Tamil newspapers published in Singapore. The Tamil Murasu is the main source of information for the Indian Tamil community in Singapore.