Stories By Louisa Tang
101 Feb 2016 Mon
Members of the public will be able to take guided tours at the Kranji Marshes wetlands, which lie along the northwestern shore of Kranji Reservoir.
230 Jan 2016 Sat
TODAY reports: Former SEC CEO Jose Raymond has joined Asia Pulp & Paper, which was allegedly linked to the Indonesian forest fires that caused the transboundary haze last year.
322 Jan 2016 Fri
TODAY reports: The gallery will display landmark documents from the National Archives of Singapore’s collection and tell the story of Singapore’s constitutional development.
421 Jan 2016 Thu
TODAY reports: The freed up spectrum will provide more capacity for mobile broadband and better support Singapore’s Smart Nation development.
519 Jan 2016 Tue
TODAY reports: The People’s Action Party and the Workers’ Party are expected to lock horns on the issue even before Parliament sits, analysts say.
616 Jan 2016 Sat
Dr Liu Thai Ker says he envisioned Singapore’s physical infrastructure to be a “bird of paradise” with plans for the next 100 years, adding that Singapore’s urban planners are now designing the city-state for just the next 15 years, like a “turkey”.
715 Jan 2016 Fri
TODAY reports: Two projects which are underway in Singapore aim to give mobile phone users better protection from hacking.
808 Jan 2016 Fri
TODAY reports: On Friday (Jan 8), several former Singapore River Explorer employees demanded Leisure Empire director Nelson Goh to sign their pay cheques.
905 Jan 2016 Tue
TODAY reports: The Pearl’s Hill Terrace police bunker, where officers once managed critical operations was meant to be closed at the end of January 2016, but the Ministry of Home Affairs is looking at conserving it.
1012 Sep 2015 Sat
TODAY REPORTS: The first independent candidates since the 2001 General Election - blogger Han Hui Hui and software company director Samir Salim Neji - have each lost S$14,500.