Stories By Faris Mokhtar
121 Feb 2015 Sat
The OCBC Singapore Continental Cycling Team disbanded in December 2014 after OCBC Bank decided not to continue as the team's main sponsor.
214 Feb 2015 Sat
Education Minister Heng Swee Keat says the Parliamentary debate over Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council's lapses is not about partisan politics, but about serving the interests of residents well.
312 Feb 2015 Thu
Top of the list was the fact that its town councillors allowed unlawful payment of millions of dollars to related parties - this was in breach of their legal and fiduciary duties.
412 Feb 2015 Thu
Currently, the State Lands Act is ambiguous in nature regarding the extent of underground ownership - it only states that those who own the land above ground also own the underground space, to a depth reasonably necessary for the use and enjoyment of the property.
512 Feb 2015 Thu
Experts say that in cases where there are conflicts of interests, a possible solution may be to have an independent body overseeing some of the town council's management processes, such as when it calls for tenders.
611 Feb 2015 Wed
The AGO report on the AHPETC raises questions on whether the Town Councils Act should be strengthened, said Assistant Professor Jack Tsen-Ta Lee from Singapore Management University.
707 Feb 2015 Sat
At the Popular Bookstore at Junction 8 in Bishan, the PSLE papers were selling like hot cakes. Parents were seen buying not one but a few copies.
807 Feb 2015 Sat
Three men have been charged with various offences during an incident at Tuesday's Thaipusam procession.
906 Feb 2015 Fri
The papers will be packaged as assessment books and will cost between S$2 and S$4. Currently, PSLE questions are available to the public but they are grouped by topic.
1002 Feb 2015 Mon
The parent company of Eternal Pure Land says it had provided all necessary information according to tender conditions. National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan had said the site was not meant for a commercial columbarium.