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Singapore Daily Newspapers

In Singapore, there are wide range of newspapers which Singaporen can read - English Newspapers, Bahasa Melayu Newspapers, Chinese Newspapers and Tamil Newspapers.

The Straits Times is an English language daily broadsheet newspaper based in Singapore currently owned by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH). It is the country's highest-selling paper, with a current daily circulation of nearly 365,800.The weekly Sunday edition is known as The Sunday Times.

Berita Harian (Malay for Daily News) is a Malay language newspaper and the only one to be published in Singapore. The Sunday edition is called Berita Minggu also the only Malay language weekly newspaper in the country. This newspaper is published in the general daily broadsheet format. It was founded on 1 July 1957. It changed its formatting and cover page in 1 January 2005.

Shin Min Daily News (Chinese: 新明日报) is a Singapore Chinese-language afternoon newspaper currently published by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH). First started on March 18, 1967, by Singapore businessman Liang Renzhi (梁润之) and the renowned Hong Kong writer Louis Cha as an offshoot of Hong Kong's Ming Pao, it featured exclusive serializations of some of Cha's wuxia novels in its early days. In the early 1980s, Cha sold his shares in the paper after the Singapore government ruled that foreigners could only hold up to 3% of shares in locally-based papers.

English Newspapers

The Straits TimesDaily NewspaperEnglish
The Sunday TimesDaily NewspaperEnglish
The New PaperDaily NewspaperEnglish

Bahasa Melayu Newspapers
Berita HarianDaily NewspaperBahasa Melayu
Berita MingguDaily NewspaperBahasa Melayu

Chinese Newspapers
Lianhe WanbaoDaily NewspaperMandarin
Sin Ming Daily NewspaperMandarin