Stories By Loke Kok Fai
127 Aug 2015 Thu
Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Masagos Zulkifli urges participants at the inaugural Asia-Pacific Forum Against Drugs to work with their governments to "put across a clear and unequivocal position" at the UN General Assembly Special Session on the world drug problem.
226 Aug 2015 Wed
Representatives from the WP, SDP, RP, PPP, DPP, SDA and possible independent candidates such as Mr Ooi Boon Ewe and blogger Han Hui Hui were spotted at the Elections Department.
324 Aug 2015 Mon
The regional bloc cannot allow countries seeking more liberalised drug policies to dominate the agenda, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Masagos Zulkifli says.
418 Aug 2015 Tue
The scholarships include the Communications and Information Ministry's inaugural Information Service Translation Scholarship to build a pool of officers who help the Government cater its messages to those who better understand Chinese, Malay or Tamil.
518 Aug 2015 Tue
Outgoing Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant-General Ng Chee Meng announces his intention to enter politics, ahead of the change of command ceremony where he hands over the reins of the Singapore Armed Forces to Major-General Perry Lim.
618 Aug 2015 Tue
There is "greater flexibility in the guidelines on participation in political activities" for those not involved in policy formulation or implementations, says Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean.
717 Aug 2015 Mon
Opportunities within the Singapore Armed Forces are given based on the principle of "best person for the job", says Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen, when asked about opportunities for women in the SAF.
816 Aug 2015 Sun
Although three more childcare centres may be in the works at Taman Jurong offering residents 370 more childcare places and 50 more infantcare places, the Government is not limiting its efforts to just infrastructure, says Mr Tharman.
915 Aug 2015 Sat
Beneficiary families will receive between S$2,000 and S$5,000 each to help them break out of the poverty cycle.
1015 Aug 2015 Sat
Mr J B Jeyaretnam took 45.2% of the Cheng San GRC vote in 1997 General Election; parts of Cheng San now fall within Ang Mo Kio GRC, notes his son Kenneth.