Stories By Nadia Jansen Hassan
103 Feb 2016 Wed
The Zika infection is strongly suspected to cause microcephaly in the baby if the mother was infected while she was pregnant.
222 Jan 2016 Fri
Ren Ci @ Bukit Street 52, which has been operating for a year, was officially opened on Friday.
319 Jan 2016 Tue
To keep the sector cost-effective, the Government has been integrating healthcare institutions and using innovation to improve productivity, says Minister of State for Health Chee Hong Tat.
415 Jan 2016 Fri
"If, for any reason, they have been affected by what happened in Jakarta yesterday, we encourage them to contact us, call us, the Embassy hotline," says Third Secretary to the Indonesian Embassy in Singapore Hosea Richardo.
507 Jan 2016 Thu
Students will need to undergo diploma and degree courses, as well as serve a three-year bond in the public healthcare sector, under the scholarship provided by the Ministry of Health.
630 Dec 2015 Wed
The new book, entitled A Nation of Skilled Talents, traces the history and evolution of applied and technical education in Singapore, and highlights the learning options that students have.
722 Dec 2015 Tue
Singapore has introduced its first universal healthcare scheme, as well as the opening of a new hospital. More beds have also been added to allows for more patients to be accepted.
820 Dec 2015 Sun
Smart bins that can alert cleaners when they are full will be installed in parts of the constituency.
930 Nov 2015 Mon
In "Project IsLand-A-Hand", more than 400 volunteers head to Pulau Ubin and Coney Island to engage in various activities, including reforestation and constructing fences to prevent trash from washing ashore.
1017 Nov 2015 Tue
The eight-kilometre route, called the "Jubilee Walk", will cover sites such as Fort Canning Hill and Marina Bay, and will also feature three artworks by Singaporean artists.