Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is “not sure” if this will happen, as the political and economic balance has shifted after the US’ withdrawal.
The new group of National University Polyclinics will expand their services to treat more conditions like diabetes, depression and insomnia, when the healthcare system is reorganised early next year.
A group of people canvassing for donations at Bugis Junction on Feb 19 claimed to be representing the organisation to help raise funds for low income students and ex-convicts, but Singapore Heart Foundation says it did not commission these "volunteers".
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Monday (Feb 20) expressed hope that Israel and Palestine can resume direct negotiations and make progress towards a "just and durable" solution to their long-standing conflict.
The Israel-Palestine issue concerns people all over the world and is an "emotional issue" especially for Muslims. And Singapore is in Southeast Asia, surrounded by Muslim-majority countries, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says.
More than 1,000 residents in Hong Kan North spent their Sunday (Feb 19) morning learning about the SGSecure movement and how to respond to terrorist attacks.
Feedback unit REACH and the Finance Ministry will be organising a series of listening points to gather feedback ahead of next year's Budget.
Despite the benefits of peritoneal dialysis, which uses the body's own tissue as the dialysis membrane, its take-up rate remains low. The National Kidney Foundation hopes to change this with its new centre in Whampoa.
The shrine - which was located along the tracks of the former KTM railway - is now just one bus stop away from its original location.
It is now also an offence to release pets like fish and terrapins in streams or drains outside nature reserves, if there is any reason to believe that the creatures might end up in the reserves.