A traffice police officer has earned praise for helping a driver to push his car when it presumably broke down.


Stomper Maimunah will always be grateful to the nurse and the couple who stepped forward to help her husband when he collapsed at a colleague's wedding.


Stomper Good Citizen was surprised when a police officer approached him while he was passing by the Fountain Square near Clementi Mall.


Melissa Dohme was stabbed 30 times by her ex-boyfriend when she was 20 years old but even this horrific story has a silver lining.


Professor Sydney Engelberg, a 45-year lecturing veteran at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, was unfazed when the child of a mother at his lecture on organizational behavior began to cry. 


Stomper Henry was immensely grateful to the staff of IKEA Tampines for returning his bag promptly -- that contained more than $20,000 in cash.


A man found an old wallet containing the equivalent of SGD$10,000 near a construction site in Singapore.


How often do you tell your mother that you love her? Apparently not enough, as seen by the reactions in this video.


When Mr Toni Woo, 41, saw the video clip of a toddler dangling with her head stuck between a pole and the balcony outside a second-storey flat, he could not bear to finish watching it.


Upon hearing about the deadly earthquake in Nepal, Stomper Darien activated volunteers and friends to collect donations for victims of the disaster.


On Thursday, two foreign workers saved a toddler whose head was stuck in between a horizontal metal pole of a drying rack and the balcony of the second-storey flat in Jurong East.


When more than $88,000 was wrongly transferred to his bank account, his friends could not believe his luck and told him to pocket the windfall.


When construction workers Subramanian Shanmuganathan and Ponnan Muthukumar saw a toddler dangling out of a second floor flat on Thursday, their first thought was to save her. he two-year-old girl was hanging outside the ledge of her flat's service yard, with her head stuck between a laundry pole and the ledge.


Little gestures and acts of kindness can go a long way, as these two girls found out.


A few foreign workers have earned praise after they were seen trying to save a toddler whose head was stuck between the railings at Jurong East yesterday (Apr 23).