Stories By Saifulbahri Ismail
128 Aug 2014 Thu
Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam says such a focus does not lower but instead raises standards for Singapore, as people are given the space to discover their skills and talent.
227 Aug 2014 Wed
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says the Agrobazaar - Malaysia's first overseas concept store - reflects the close economic ties between the two countries, as well as their shared culture and long friendship.
323 Aug 2014 Sat
Students need to be given better career guidance so they can make the right choices in their careers, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Saturday (Aug 23).
418 Aug 2014 Mon
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has highlighted the need for economic growth and a cultural change to help all Singaporeans achieve their potential.
515 Aug 2014 Fri
This is due to recently passed amendments in Parliament that saw the removal of the "betterment levy", a fee previously imposed on the compensation a land-owner gets.
615 Aug 2014 Fri
Singapore's sixth rail line will start at Woodlands before heading towards the East Coast, and will have 31 stations spanning about 43km, Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew announces. New stations include Marine Parade, Siglap and Tanjong Rhu.
710 Aug 2014 Sun
Southeast Asian foreign ministers say they remain seriously concerned over recent developments which have increased tensions in the South China Sea. This was expressed in a joint communique issued on Sunday (Aug 10) on the final day of meetings in Myanmar.
809 Aug 2014 Sat
ASEAN said it welcomes the substantive proposals and engagement by China to enhance strategic partnerships. On the South China Sea issue, Beijing stressed that work on the Code of Conduct (COC) needs to be accelerated.
908 Aug 2014 Fri
Singapore's Foreign Affairs Minister K Shanmugam on Friday (Aug 8) said ASEAN and China should undertake self-restraint in their activities in the South China Sea as spelt out in the Declaration of Conduct (DOC) signed by the two parties in 2002.
1007 Aug 2014 Thu
The tragic incident of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was allegedly shot down over Ukraine last month, is likely to be a key topic for discussion when ASEAN foreign ministers meet in Myanmar this week.