For the three months ended March, net profit was S$856 million, down from S$993 million a year ago.
“This will allow the Eco-city to become a model satellite city," says Singapore's Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong.
The Government Technology Agency will be expected to lay the foundations and deliver Singapore's Smart Nation vision after it is officially legislated in Parliament in the second half of 2016.
Murali Pillai responds to Dr Chee Soon Juan's comment that: "Every morning when Mr Murali wakes up, his first destination will be his office. When I wake up every morning, my first destination is Bukit Batok."
The new innovation centre is the first in Asia, and is designed to be a collaborative space for partners to work with Visa to create new payment and commerce solutions, particularly for mobile and digital platforms.
Speaking at a conference discussing challenges Muslims face in the contemporary world, Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Yaacob Ibrahim discusses how Singapore Muslims fulfil their religious obligations while contributing towards the development of the country.
Town councils, not Government agencies, responsible for proposing and implementing plans “from start to finish”, says the People’s Action Party.
Murali Pillai tackles questions on the Neighbourhood Renewal Programme, the URA masterplan and the five-year masterplan announced by ex-MP for Bukit Batok David Ong.
The Labour Movement will do so concurrently with traditional services such as protection and representation, says NTUC Secretary-General Chan Chun Sing in his May Day message.
The transport operator's profit for FY2016 rose 20.1 per cent to S$109.3 million.