2015 in Singapore
There were 42185 births in Singapore.
There were 19862 deaths in Singapore 
- 3 January – The Singaporean car carrier Hoegh Osaka runs aground on Bramble Bank of the Isle of Wight, in the entrance to Southampton Water.
- 14 January – First SMRT train service disruption east-bound train travelling from Joo Koon to Dover.
- 23-29 March – Death of Lee Kuan Yew:
- 23 March –
- Singapore's first and former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, notable for his contributions as an "Architect of Modern Singapore", passes on at age of 91 at 3:18 am in Singapore General Hospital due to complications of pneumonia.
- Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (and son of the late Lee) declared a seven-day period of national mourning and the funeral will be held on March 29. The state flags on all government buildings would be flown at half-mast for the mourning period, while a majority of television programmings were pre-empted to air a selected series of programs in tribute of Lee.
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- 5 May – Jurong East was chosen as the Singapore terminus of the Kuala Lumpur–Singapore High Speed Rail.
- 15 May – Singapore Botanical Gardens gets ICOMOS nod to be the first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- 23 May – LionsXII wins the Malaysian FA Cup for the first time after beating Kelantan, 3-1 in the final at the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil.
- 5–16 June – 2015 Southeast Asian Games was held in Singapore.
- 5 June – 2015 Sabah earthquake:At least nine people, mostly from Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS) were killed when an earthquake measuring 6.0 on Richter scale struck Mount Kinabalu and Ranau in the state of Sabah, Malaysia. A National mourning happened for the victims on 8 June, and half-mast were flown. As of 10 June, 11 victims were reported after two more were found on Kinabalu.
- 4 July – The 156-year-old Singapore Botanic Gardens became the first site to receive the status of World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
- 7 July – One of the worst MRT disruptions since 2011 as North South and East West lines were disrupted and temporarily close down due to a power fault.
- 9 August – Singapore celebrates its Golden Jubilee at Padang.
- 18 August – Set of six SG50 commemorative notes were unveiled by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)
- 25 August – The 12th Parliament was dissolved.
- 11 September – General Elections:
- It was the first general election (post-independence) in which every one of over two-and-a-half million Singaporeans cast their votes as none of the constituencies was won walkover, after 1963.
- The ruling People's Action Party (PAP), led by Lee Hsien Loong, retains its majority in the elections with 83 out of 89 seats, with a overall vote share of 69.86%.
- Main opposition Workers' Party (WP) won the remaining six parliamentary seats from the other two constituencies (Aljunied GRC and Hougang SMC). A third ward, Punggol East SMC, was returned to the PAP-fold.
- 24 September – The haze in Singapore reached to a hazardous range of 313; Ministry of Education prompted to close down some schools as a health precaution due to the haze.
- 25 October – The second phase of the Downtown Line began its testing phase.
- 8 December – National broadcaster MediaCorp began its transition phase of moving their premises from Caldecott Hill to [email protected], at the same time unveiling a new logo.
- 27 December – The second day of the Downtown Line is now open to public.
- 14 February – Koh Lip Lin – Ex-PAP MP and Education Pioneer
- 23 March – Lee Kuan Yew – Former Singapore, and Pioneer Prime Minister (b. 1923).
- 7 August – Lee Seng Wee – Ex-OCBC Bank chairman and billionaire banker
- 14 October – Miranda Yap – Executive Director of the Bioprocessing Technology Institute at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research of Singapore (A*STAR)
- 28 December – Tiffany Leong – Ex-Mediacorp actress (b. 1985)
- "Crew rescued from listing Solent car transporter". BBC News. 3 January 2015. Retrieved 4 January 2015.
- "PAP to field Tin Pei Ling in MacPherson". Channel NewsAsia. 5 August 2015. Retrieved 22 August 2015.
- "Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew dies at 91". BBC News. London. 23 March 2015. Retrieved 25 June 2018.