Singapore Tonight

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Singapore Tonight
Starring Steven Chia, Dawn Tan (Weekdays)
Country of origin Singapore
Broadcast to more than 20 Asian countries and territories
Original language(s) English
Camera setup News
Running time 60 minutes (22:00 until 23:00 SST/HKT).
Production company(s) MediaCorp News
Distributor MediaCorp TV
Original channel Channel NewsAsia
First shown in 1 March 1999
Original run 1 March 1999 – now

Singapore Tonight is a long-running flagship daily local news programme on Channel NewsAsia which runs daily from 22:00 until 23:00 SST/HKT (21:00 until 22:00 WIB/BKK), providing a round-up of all the day's events around Singapore and coverage of breaking news. The highly rated programme is currently presented by Steven Chia and Dawn Tan.

Up until early July 2008, the show was aired live only in Singapore with a replay available internationally at 00:00 until 00:30 SST/HKT (01:00 until 01:30 WIB/BKK). In addition, a few segments of the show are available on the international edition of Asian Home News at 22:30 until 23:00 SST/HKT (22:30 until 00:00 WIB/BKK) and 10:30 until 11:00 SST/HKT (11:30 until 12:00 WIB/BKK).

From 31 March 2014, the programme was expanded to 1 hour to incorporate the Singapore Business segment (previously aired as Business Singapore / Singapore Business Tonight at 22:30 (GMT+8) ) and features two main anchors, Steven Chia and Dawn Tan. John Leong replaced Steven Chia on a permanent basis from 7 November onwards.[1]

This is only one of two main English national newscasts available in Singapore; the other being News 5 Tonight.

Main Presenters[edit]

John Leong, Dawn Tan (Weekdays)

Relief (Weekends)[edit]

  • Gerard Lam
  • Loke Wei Sue
  • Sona Remesh
  • Timothy Go
  • Otelli Edwards
  • Glenda Chong


  • Steven Chia
  • Genevieve Woo
  • Suzanne Ho
  • David Nye
  • Sushila Krishnan
  • Melvin Yong
  • Melissa Hyak
  • Timothy Ouyang
  • Yvonne Yong