Stories By Joy Fang
116 Oct 2014 Thu
TODAY reports: The Ministry of Home Affairs’ decision to not include more animals in the Road Traffic Act has disappointed animal rights groups.
214 Oct 2014 Tue
Singapore’s second-largest taxi operator says it is “business as usual” and there has been no timeline set for an initial public offering.
326 Sep 2014 Fri
In 2007, four in five cars on the road were less than four years old. The proportion has fallen to less than one in five.
419 Sep 2014 Fri
But the Republic is happy that the Americans have taken a stand against the Islamic State, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
519 Sep 2014 Fri
The One Country, Two Systems principle is unprecedented and the only such arrangement in the world, but both Hong Kong and China have to make it work, says Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
603 Sep 2014 Wed
The Government on Wednesday announced several enhancements to the scheme to help seniors monetise their flats.
724 Aug 2014 Sun
The shoes will be available at the end of the year, says Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen.
822 Aug 2014 Fri
SMRT will also install display systems that provide information on train delays at 15 more stations.
919 Aug 2014 Tue
During his National Day Rally speech, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the Public Service will place greater weight on job performance and relevant skills instead of just qualifications.
1019 Aug 2014 Tue
MPs and observers are unanimous in asking Public Service to take the lead, saying it has much room for improvement.