Stories By Laura Elizabeth Philomin
124 Oct 2014 Fri
TODAY reports: The Ministry of The Environment And Water Resources has questioned the methodology used in the WWF report, and stressed Singapore’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions.
217 Oct 2014 Fri
TODAY reports: Teachers say they have received letters informing them that they have been identified as election officials.
307 Oct 2014 Tue
Singapore was found to have the seventh-largest ecological footprint – a measure of the population’s demands on natural resources – out of more than 150 countries.
401 Oct 2014 Wed
According to figures provided by NEA, the number of motorcycle owners fined for smoke emission from January to August this year dropped about 30 per cent to 824, as compared to the same period last year.
529 Sep 2014 Mon
Pre-school enrichment centres said they had seen a substantial growth in their enrolment figures, with some as more parents are anxious to give their children a leg up in school.
608 Sep 2014 Mon
These accelerated dual-degree programmes allow students to graduate with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a shorter time period.
720 Aug 2014 Wed
A growing group of young Singaporeans are opting to study at private institutions here instead of public universities, so that they can get their degrees faster.
814 Aug 2014 Thu
Out of the 10 couples that the Asian Surrogates agency has matched with surrogate mothers since 2006, only two were Singaporeans.
914 Aug 2014 Thu
Loopholes in the law make it unclear whether it is legal for Singaporean couples to conceive a child through surrogacy performed overseas and whether it is legal to run surrogacy agencies here, family lawyers said.
1008 Aug 2014 Fri
Keeping healthcare costs affordable is one of the ways to mitigate the future problem of ageing singles with little or no family support, the Health Minister Gan Kim Yong said at a public forum on MediShield Life on Aug 7.