Stories By Saifulbahri Ismail
118 Oct 2014 Sat
Universities must create opportunities for students to apply their knowledge for the benefit of society, said Minister for Education Heng Swee Keat on Saturday (Oct 18) at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Alumni Awards ceremony.
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The event has seen a 25 per cent increase in participants as compared to two years ago.
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The North East Community Development Council (CDC) is progressively enhancing its 80 Cafe Corners with more facilities and social activities for neighbours to bond with each other.
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Shattered, We HEAL depicts the struggles and triumphs of people with mental illness and explores the mental health landscape in Singapore.
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A new two-storey building, which is an extension to the Sembawang Water-Venture facility, was opened on Saturday (Oct 11), giving more opportunities for residents to participate in sports and recreation.
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If Mr Lee Kuan Yew and the non-Communist side lost, Singapore's history would have been totally different, said Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
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Britain's Sky News reported on Saturday (Oct 11) that SMRT is in the early stages of making an offer of £800 million (S$1.6 billion). SMRT cannot be reached to confirm its interest in the bid.
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A group of 80 Singaporeans who arrived in Okinawa on Thursday found their itinerary changed to an indoor programme, as Okinawa prepares to bear the brunt of Typhoon Vongfong this weekend.
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The Bill is a dedicated anti-Trafficking-in-Persons legislation, and will supplement existing laws by dealing with human trafficking and related activities in a more targeted manner, MP Christopher de Souza told Parliament.
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This year's shipment of livestock for the Korban rites has arrived from Australia and Ireland, but 174 sheep from Australia and one from Ireland did not survive the journey.