Stories By Joy Fang
102 Aug 2015 Sun
TODAY reports: Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Vivian Balakrishnan and Bukit Panjang SMC MP Teo Ho Pin have reiterated that the PAP's plans for the upcoming General Election will be revealed after National Day.
228 Jul 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: The PAP is likely to draw the link between where Singapore is today and the party’s leadership and governance, while the WP would try to maximise its appeal in the heartlands, analysts say.
324 Jul 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: A survey has found shifts in perceptions among respondents in Singapore, where residents no longer perceive that the country has deteriorating values, is elitist, or hold uncertainty about the future here, as was the case three years ago.
422 Jul 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: The upcoming NATAS fair from Jul 31 to Aug 2 will feature a carnival-like atmosphere and food from various countries, in a bid to stand out from a rival fair.
514 Jul 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: Opposition parties call on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to ensure that there is sufficient time lag between the release of the electoral boundaries review committee's report and the dissolution of Parliament.
630 Jun 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong presented Prime Minister Tony Abbott with a Tembusu tree, while the latter gifted a Wollemi Pine.
711 Jun 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Social media or leisure activities were not found to improve the emotional states of commuters during the evening commute though, according to a NUS study.
829 May 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: "Until now we still don’t have an answer to this: Who is responsible for driving the (self-driving) car, the driver or the assistance?” Legal questions arise over the mass adoption of autonomous vehicles.
929 May 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Road designers and policy makers should think of what can be done to make human errors on the road less fatal, says Ms Veronique Feypell, the International Transport Forum’s (ITF) expert on road safety.
1028 May 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: To ensure that Singapore’s position as a leading port hub does not diminish, the Republic cannot be complacent and must strive to remain relevant, says Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) CEO Andrew Tan.