- Straits Times (ST)It is one of the most widely circulated newspapers in Singapore.
- TODAYDaily English-language newspaper in Singapore.
- Business TimesEnglish-language newspaper focuses on business and financial news.
- New PaperSingaporean English-language daily newspaper owned by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH).
- Lianhe Zaobao (南洋·星洲联合早报)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.
- Berita HarianMalay-language newspaper published in Singapore. The newspaper was founded in 1957.
- Lianhe Wanbao (联合晚报)Chinese-language newspaper published by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH).
- Shin Min Daily News (新明日报)Daily evening newspaper published since 1967.
- Tamil Murasu (Tamil: தமிழ் முரசு)One of the Tamil newspapers published in Singapore. The Tamil Murasu is the main source of information for the Indian Tamil community in Singapore.
- Tabla!Weekly English language newspaper.
- Pravasi ExpressA bilingual Malayalam, English newspaper published in Singapore
- AsiaOneNews website severing readers from Singapore, Malaysia, China and other neighboring countries.
- The Independent Singapore
- Channel NewsAsia
- Asian Correspondent : Singapore
- Tr Emeritus
- The Online Citizen
- Google News Singapore
- Yahoo News Singapore
- MSN Singapore news
- Eastern Sun (closed in 1971 for allegation on receiving money from communist intelligence from Hong Kong)
- New Nation
- Pravasi Express (bilingual paper, in Malayalam and English)
- Project Eyeball (folded on 1 January 2002, less than two years after its release)
- Singapore Herald (closed in 1971)
- Singapore Monitor
- Singapore Tiger Standard or Singapore Standard (1950-1959)
- Streats (merged with Today on 1 January 2005)
- Weekend TODAY
- “My Paper” (merged with “The New Paper” on 1 December 2016)
- Chong Shing Chinese Daily Newspaper (中興日報) – established on 20 August 1907; disestablished in 1910. The newspaper was founded and operated by members of the Tongmenghui and was aimed at promoting the 1911 Xinhai Revolution in China. The members responsible for the newspaper were Tan Chor Lam, Teo Eng Hock and Chan Po-yin. The daily distribution involved 1,000 copies.
- Friday Weekly (星期5周报) – established on 22 February 1991; disestablished on 7 January 2009 as zbCOMMA
- Nanyang Siang Pau (南洋商报) – established on 6 September 1923; disestablished on 16 March 1983 as Lianhe Zaobao and Lianhe Wanbao
- Sin Chew Jit Poh (星洲日报) – established on 15 January 1929; disestablished on 16 March 1983 as Lianhe Zaobao and Lianhe Wanbao
- Her WorldEnglish language women’s magazine published in Singapore. The magazine featuring fashion, lifestyles, shopping and more.
- New Age ParentsOnline parenting magazine.
- 8 DAYSWeekly magazine published In Singapore.
- Men’s Health SingaporeFeaturing personal health, fitness and more.
- ShapeSingaporean magazine for the women. The magazine featuring fashion, fitness, personal health and more.
- Singapore Tatler
- Singapore Business Review
- Asian Banker
- Young ParentsMagazine published in Singapore.
- FemaleSingaporean fashion and beauty magazine.
- Icon MagazineOne of the luxury lifestyle magazines in Chinese.
- AsiaSpaAsia Pacific region’s popular spa, health and beauty magazine.
- Singapore Art & Gallery Guide
- epicure (food magazine)
- Campus SingaporeStudents magazine published in Singapore.
- Peak Magazine
- Wedding & TravelPublished by Full House Communications in Singapore.
- Catalog MagazineSingapore’s shopping and lifestyle magazine.
- Asian Scientist
- August Man
- HRM Asia Magazine
There are a total of eighteen newspapers in active circulation today,[when?] of which three are distributed for free. Some of these also carry supplementary tabloid pull-outs sold together with the main spreadsheet, such as Digital Life, Mind Your Body, and Urban, which are distributed together with The Straits Times.
|Berita Harian||Malay||general daily broadsheet|
|Berita Minggu (Sundays only)||Malay||general weekly broadsheet|
|zbCOMMA (早报逗号)||Chinese||weekly tabloid|
|Lianhe Wanbao (联合晚报)||Chinese||general daily broadsheet|
|Lianhe Zaobao (联合早报)||Chinese||general daily broadsheet|
|Good Paper||English||“Social Causes” online, free quarterly print and e-copy tabloid|
|Shin Min Daily News (新明日报)||Chinese||general daily broadsheet|
|Tamil Murasu (தமிழ் முரசு)||Tamil||general daily broadsheet|
|tabla!||English||general free weekly tabloid|
|Business Times||English||financial daily broadsheet|
|The New Paper||English||general daily tabloid|
|The Straits Times||English||general daily broadsheet|
|Thumbs Up (大拇指)||Chinese||general weekly tabloid|
|Today||English||free daily compact newspaper|
|WEEKENDER||English||lifestyle free home delivered weekly broadsheet|
|TGIF Papers||English||general free weekly tabloid|
|Pravasi Express||English and Malayalam||general fortnightly tabloid|
|The Life News||English||National Fortnightly (digital) and facsimile of Parent edition The Life News, Australia National Edition and The Life News Ltd UK. tabloid|
In 1971, the government crackdown on newspapers perceived to be under foreign influence or with subversive tendencies saw the closing of The Eastern Sun and The Singapore Herald. Editorial executives of Nanyang Siang Pau, which was accused of propagating Chinese ethnic chauvinism, had been ordered detained without trial for a period of at least two years, and publication of the Chinese daily was briefly halted.