Stories By Joy Fang
128 Sep 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: The number of higher-end motorcycles on Singapore’s roads have doubled in the past 10 years as more affluent riders are undeterred by skyrocketing premiums.
208 Sep 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: “Singapore is already a nation of home-owners. Nowhere else in the world can you find this. But still, public housing is always a work-in-progress as we need to ... respond to changing demography and changing aspirations,” says Minister Khaw Boon Wan.
328 Aug 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Mr Lim, who was Transport Minister from 2006 to 2011, shared the anecdote when asked about his successor Lui Tuck Yew’s unexpected resignation earlier this month.
412 Aug 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: While Mr Lui’s departure could be perceived as the Government being accountable for transport problems, it could also be seen as an individual unfairly carrying the can for what should be a collective responsibility, say analysts.
504 Aug 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: At the end of the day, Tampines residents will judge, they will have the final say,” says Education Minister Heng Swee Keat, the constituency’s anchor minister.
602 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.
728 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.
824 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.
922 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.
1014 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.