It comes five months after the republic ignored pleas of clemency for a Malaysian convicted of drug trafficking.
They also agree not to authorise any such activity in the area, or anchor government vessels there.
State tourism association chairman Jimmy Leong casts doubts on arrival figures, says Singaporeans are coming in as independent travellers rather than in groups.
Charles Santiago responds to sharp comments made by Bilahari Kausikan during a recent speech.
This will ensure continued discussions with Malaysia as the coordinating minister for infrastructure and minister for transport has extended his medical leave.
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah denies claims by Singapore authorities that Malaysian vessel Polaris was in the republic's territorial waters.
The marine department says the incident happened in Malaysian waters.
Singapore's maritime authority says there are 'unauthorised' presence of vessels in its waters.
The book documents the behind-the-scenes of Singapore's defence over Malaysia's claim on Pedra Branca.
The prime minister says Osman Sapian can go into international waters without Singapore sending warships 'to chase him away'.
Defence minister says the city-state wants to ensure a peaceful resolution.
The Singapore government confirms postponing a joint meeting with Malaysia originally scheduled for tomorrow.
The city-state's Public Utilities Board says it has been supplying additional treated water to Johor, including six million mgd last week.
Goh Chok Tong says the republic should avoid escalating tensions.
The ringgit declined in the eight months since Pakatan Harapan took over, says report.
The prime minister says it is normal to have 'overlapping claims', saying relations are still good.
Deputy Foreign Minister Marzuki Yahya says Malaysia has the right to ask for a review of the price of raw water supplied to Singapore.
The Singapore High Commission says the postponement is due to a request from Malaysia.
Vivian Balakrishnan speaks highly of the Malaysian prime minister, saying he holds the veteran leader in high esteem despite his 'sometimes provocative' views.
The PKR leader also says he does not think there is a problem in ties between both countries.
Former student leader Tan Wah Piow says the May 9 elections offer a hope for better democracy in the region.
The Singapore deputy prime minister refers to calls by Dr Mahathir to revise water rates.