• VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

    VAR controversy, Chelsea down to nine men and Antonio Conte furious as Blues beat brave Norwich City on penalties

  • Ford Model's Grace Han points finger at Eric Tsang

    The modelling agency's former Asia Pacific president says that Eric Tsang lured models in

  • Duke-NUS Medical School student found dead at Biopolis laboratory

    Katarina Chlebikova, 26, was pursuing her PhD at the Duke-NUS Medical College. A PhD student from the Duke-NUS Medical School was found dead in a Biopolis laboratory on Tuesday (16 January) morning. The body of Slovakian national Katarina Chlebikova, 26, was discovered on the eighth floor of the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) at 61 Biopolis Drive.

  • Yabba dabba doo! Malaysian sultan gets Flintstones car

    A Malaysian sultan has been given a life-size replica of Fred Flintstone's car from the classic cartoon, although the modern update has an engine so he won't tire out his regal feet. Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar of Johor, one of Malaysia's most powerful and wealthiest state rulers, received the belated birthday gift from a fellow high-ranking royal this week. It will take pride of place in a house he built in the southern coastal town of Mersing inspired by the Flintstone's home from the 1960s cartoon.

  • European stocks dip, bitcoin crashes below $10,000

    Europe's major stock markets churned lower Wednesday as investors took their cue from downbeat sentiment in Asia, while Wall Street resumed its upward trend. Virtual currency bitcoin meanwhile dived, falling below $10,000 for the first time in six weeks in what one analyst called a "cryptocalypse" that saw several digital units take a hammering. London stocks fell "as traders opt to lock in profits following the latest rally," noted Russ Mould, investment director at online stockbroker AJ Bell.

  • Two schools issue alerts to parents after students approached by strangers

    Two international schools in Singapore have sent out warnings to parents after students were approached by strangers and asked to enter a van on two separate occasions this month.

  • This is why Meghan Markle can't wear the crown jewels (but Kate can)

    Meghan Markle, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, are set to get married on May 19 - and although it’s no secret the gorgeous former actress has broken a number of unwritten royal traditions over the course of their year-and-a-half whirlwind courtship (including this royal fashion faux-pas during the engagement announcement) - there’s one royal rule she won’t be able to break: wearing the crown jewels before her wedding. ALSO SEE: 18-year-old Meghan Markle first wore a tiara as homecoming queen! This is because, according to The Mirror, royal etiquette rules prevent unmarried women from wearing tiaras. “Flashy diamonds and tiaras are not worn during the day, and only married ladies wear tiaras,” Grant Harold,  the U.K.’s premiere etiquette expert, told the BBC.  “For married ladies it was a sign of status and would show you were taken and not looking for a husband.” So while Meghan has to wait until after marriage before accessing the crown jewels, a very married Kate Middleton is able to wear them right now. Scroll through the gallery to see other (unwritten) royal rules and traditions members of the royal family are expected to follow! Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.