Stories By Faris Mokhtar
131 Oct 2014 Fri
The Singapore Sports Hub was providing updates on the pitch after criticism during a high-profile international friendly, forcing the cancellation of a rugby match and the postponement of a Jay Chou concert.
230 Oct 2014 Thu
At the new Hwa Chong EtonHouse Institution, subjects such as math and science will be taught in both English and Mandarin, and students will receive in-depth education on Chinese culture.
329 Oct 2014 Wed
Under a new five-level career progression model, they will earn a minimum of S$1,100, and rise up to S$1,700 as they move up to a senior security supervisor level.
427 Oct 2014 Mon
An 8-year-old and 15-year-old's paintings will go under the hammer in an event organised by the OCBC-TODAY Children's Fund.
527 Oct 2014 Mon
A simulated gunman attack and car explosion took place at IMM shopping mall on Monday afternoon as part of an emergency preparedness exercise.
626 Oct 2014 Sun
The Migrant Workers' Centre has produced a new video to explain proper employment practices and workers' rights to migrants.
721 Oct 2014 Tue
The match between the Maori All Blacks and Asia Pacific Dragons was cancelled by the New Zealand Rugby Union due to safety concerns over the pitch, which has received negative feedback in recent weeks.
819 Oct 2014 Sun
Li Na, the first Asian to win a tennis major, is planning to set up her own tennis academy in China. She hopes children who enrol in her academy love to play tennis, 'they play more for fun' rather than 'my father said I have to play'.
918 Oct 2014 Sat
The new Specialist Diploma in Career Counselling, targeted at working adults such as HR professionals and school counsellors who provide career counselling, requires a diploma or degree and at least two years of relevant working experience.
1016 Oct 2014 Thu
The clinic is part of the SportCares "Love Singapore" programme, which aims to give girls from underprivileged backgrounds access to tennis, and to use the sport to empower them with confidence.