Stories By Lim Jia Qi
105 May 2016 Thu
A shark ray pup, black-blotched stingray and Banngai cardinalfish are among the 500 underwater babies showcased at S.E.A. Aquarium.
203 May 2016 Tue
As of Apr 28, a total of 36 childcare centres and kindergartens have been identified as having clusters of prolonged transmission this year, says MOH.
303 May 2016 Tue
1,052 HFMD cases were reported between Apr 17 and Apr 23, the highest number since Oct 2013 when 1,247 weekly cases were reported.
401 May 2016 Sun
The programme was unveiled as part of PAP candidate for the Bukit Batok by-election Murali Pillai’s campaign manifesto.
526 Apr 2016 Tue
Jerry Tan, Assistant Secretary of the Singapore Fruits and Vegetables Importers and Exporters Association, expects supplies of leafy vegetables to fall as farmers across the border grapple with sizzling temperatures.
622 Apr 2016 Fri
“I will do the work full-time and I will be able to give my undivided attention to the residents," says Dr Chee Soon Juan.
721 Apr 2016 Thu
At the Singapore Prison Service's Asian Prisons Lockdown Challenge, 50 officers from Singapore, Macau and Thailand compete in a series of prison-related challenges at Changi Prison Complex.
820 Apr 2016 Wed
Upcoming plans for Bukit Batok include assistance for needy families, "because we have rental flats; the poorest of the poor live here", says Mr Murali Pillai.
919 Apr 2016 Tue
The 13th edition of the festival will span three weekends. Highlights include pop-up hawker stalls, outdoor film screenings and a heritage trail in Bedok.
1031 Mar 2016 Thu
That burning smell in the air? 938LIVE speaks with experts to find out what exactly is causing it, and why it seems to be stronger at night.