Stories By Nadia Jansen
124 Oct 2014 Fri
To encourage more Singaporeans to use public transport, quality of service rendered is critical - but commuters also have role to play, says Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew.
222 Oct 2014 Wed
Visitors were treated to Bollywood dance performances and a percussion display by students from the Singapore Management University. Ponies from the Singapore Zoo also made an appearance.
317 Oct 2014 Fri
The free fortnightly magazine will facilitate "better understanding and appreciation of practitioners, places and programmes that make up Singapore's vibrant arts and cultural landscape," the National Arts Council said.
413 Oct 2014 Mon
Around 200 people turned up to show their support when the athletes left for the Games on Monday. Singapore is sending a 53-strong contingent to compete in 11 sports.
503 Oct 2014 Fri
Over 4,500 World War II soldiers have been buried at the cemetery, and on the walls of the pillars are the names of 25,000 others whose bodies were never found.
629 Sep 2014 Mon
Using high levels of pressure, up to five times of nutrients and enzymes from fruits and vegetables are apparently retained from cold-pressed juicing, said co-founder of Fresh Pressed Mr David Ratner.
704 Sep 2014 Thu
Entrepreneurs behind hand-crafted food and beverage products have taken to social media to reach out to consumers, but experts warn that it will take constant innovation to keep the interest of these fickle consumers.
807 Aug 2014 Thu
One such company is Mettle Work, which serves as a one-stop hub for budding entrepreneurs.