Stories By Vimita Mohandas
106 Oct 2015 Tue
Results from a nationwide study show that recognition for disorders like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and schizophrenia is relatively poor, and that many still perceive these conditions as a sign of personal weakness.
205 Oct 2015 Mon
KK Women's and Children's Hospital has seen, on average, eight to 10 new cases a day, up from five to eight last year. Even adults are not spared.
305 Oct 2015 Mon
Ms Low Yen Ling, Assoc Prof Faishal Ibrahim, Mr Baey Yam Keng and Mr Amrin Amin were sworn in on Monday (Oct 5), in a ceremony officiated by President Tony Tan Keng Yam.
403 Oct 2015 Sat
The event was jointly organised by RWS and the Community Chest for "children with different abilities".
503 Oct 2015 Sat
President Tony Tan says this residential facility is timely, as a common concern among families of people with autism is the availability of care when the caregivers age.
629 Sep 2015 Tue
Singapore acceded to the United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (UN TIP Protocol) on Monday (Sep 28).
721 Sep 2015 Mon
Located at Kent Ridge, the new centre will be able to accommodate about 500 patients per day when it is fully operational – up by 40 per cent today.
820 Sep 2015 Sun
Wisma Geylang Serai, which aims to promote Singapore's cultural heritage, "embodies the hard work and contributions of the public, people and private sectors," says Minister of State for National Development Maliki Osman.
918 Sep 2015 Fri
The three-day Music Mentorship Concerts will take place at the Esplanade, with 18 young bands and musicians performing self-penned compositions.
1014 Sep 2015 Mon
Speaking to reporters after a thank you parade to residents on Sunday morning, SPP chairman Lina Chiam says there is a pipeline of talent in the party and its next focus is on rebranding itself, in terms of “strategy and planning”.