Stories By Vimita Mohandas
101 Mar 2015 Sun
S$3.5 million has been set aside to place and train about 180 Singaporeans through the six-month structured apprenticeship programme. And since its launch, some 25 companies have signed up for the programme.
228 Feb 2015 Sat
Participants will cover 50 kilometres each day from Apr 16 to Jun 4 to mark the nation's 50th birthday.
326 Feb 2015 Thu
The Law Society says this move is logical, given that there are more law students than training contracts available.
424 Feb 2015 Tue
The foreign domestic worker concessionary levy will be halved to S$60 from May, to help families with elderly folk and young children.
523 Feb 2015 Mon
To help families with children, support measures include account top-ups to help pay for school fees, and the waiver of fees for students taking national examinations.
620 Feb 2015 Fri
SLA says it will continue to explore ways to open up the station for more events and activities. A flea market is slated for later this month.
713 Feb 2015 Fri
In a Parliamentary speech, Education Minister Heng Swee Keat questions the town council's integrity and accountability, and says it has betrayed residents' trust.
811 Feb 2015 Wed
Besides the elite sporting community, recent studies show that the wider sporting community in Singapore is falling prey to performance enhancement drugs, leading authorities to intensify their efforts to stop sports doping.
910 Feb 2015 Tue
The WHO also commends Singapore's foresight in achieving first-rate healthcare with outstanding outcomes at a cost lower than in any other high-income country in the world.
1005 Feb 2015 Thu
Financial experts say lump sum withdrawal of up to 20 per cent will be well-received by Singaporeans, although they caution against making rash decisions.