More than 3,500 Girl Guides honoured their seniors at a tea reception and campfire on Saturday (Feb 28). They included Puan Noor Aishah, wife of the Singapore's first president Yusof Ishak.
Celebrations to mark the Chinese Lunar New Year were in full swing in Toa Payoh on Saturday (Feb 28) evening, with over 1,300 residents treated to a dinner and stage performances.
Singaporeans' hopes and wishes for the future took centre stage on day two of the Chingay Parade, which was graced by President Tony Tan Keng Yam and his wife, who arrived on a float in the shape of a giant birthday cake.
The Singapore Recreation Club celebrated Singapore's 50th birthday with a six-a-side football tournament on Saturday (Feb 28).
NTUC Secretary-General Lim Swee Say says he hopes the holistic approach to SkillsFuture training can help Singaporeans become better engaged and happier workers.
Several fish farmers in the East have seen large stocks of their fish wiped out after the coast was hit by a tide containing huge plankton blooms.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is recovering well, nearly two weeks after his surgery to treat prostate cancer, says Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong on the sidelines of a Marine Parade community event.
A new fund for schools, polytechnics and Institutes of Technical Education will be used to help the community in the neighbourhood, says Education Minister Heng Swee Keat.
Budget 2015 is sustainable, as it is working towards balancing some of Singapore's key goals, says Minister in the Prime Minister's Office S Iswaran.
Over 300 Singaporeans gathered at the Harbourfront area on Saturday (Feb 28) to paint 62 giant Easter eggs in celebration of the nation's Golden Jubilee.