Stories By Loke Kok Fai
109 Feb 2016 Tue
Some have taken to alternatives using ingredients like abalone and smoked salmon, while others avoid the dish altogether due to fears of Group Streptococcus bacteria infections.
209 Feb 2016 Tue
As the event nears, analysts weigh in on what the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter can offer for Singapore's air defence and why the country has yet to buy it.
308 Feb 2016 Mon
Channel NewsAsia checks in on RYDE, one of the apps targeting to fill up the empty seats in cars.
405 Feb 2016 Fri
Private banker Yak Yew Chee, who did not appear at the hearing, has had about S$9.7 million in his accounts seized and frozen for investigations into possible money laundering and other offences carried out since mid-2015.
530 Jan 2016 Sat
WeCare Day has benefitted more than 500 households since the annual event started in 2013. The initiative aims to encourage a caring and inclusive community.
630 Jan 2016 Sat
Some of the courses available include classes on mobile social media use and tea appreciation. They are organised by the People's Association and more than 1,000 sign-ups have been made so far.
729 Jan 2016 Fri
IDA will also be automatically registering users for 2FA in batches prior to Jul 5, but urges Singaporeans to do so on their own prior to benefit from the increased security and ensure access to services.
825 Jan 2016 Mon
The MP for Chua Chu Kang GRC says while levies were originally intended to equalise wage levels between local and foreign workers, they could also jeopardise the potential survival of smaller businesses during difficult times.
925 Jan 2016 Mon
Mr Charles Chong and Mr Lim Biow Chuan will make good deputies in discharging their duties given their expertise and experience, says Mr Seah Kian Peng, the Deputy Speaker in the previous Parliament.
1023 Jan 2016 Sat
The money and man-hours can be used to reach out to a greater number of people in need, says the Social and Family Development Minister.