About 150 people participated in the townhall held at Toa Payoh Hub on Saturday (Aug 27).
Scholarship recipients will serve Singapore and Singaporeans through a career in the Public Service.
Madam Halimah says one of her existing Facebook pages now has a mark to prove that it is authentic.
If passed, the Health Products Act will put pharmaceutical products or Western medicine under a single legislation, helping to enhance regulatory efficiency.
The 50 Years of Singapore's Foreign Policy exhibition traces milestones in the country's diplomatic history.
Mr Lee says the Government has and will continue to support the Sikh community in many ways. For example, Punjabi and four other minority Indian languages are officially recognised as a second language in schools.
To give consumers more options, some restaurants have chosen to substitute their yusheng menus with abalone, lobster and black truffles.
Stallholders will be banned from selling raw fish dishes, unless they comply with guidelines. NEA says it will work with stallholders on how to abide by its guidelines, after further investigations into the spike of Group B Streptococcus (GBS) infections reported in June.
The centre currently serves about 60 home care clients, but the aim is to serve 270 clients living in Ang Mo Kio, Bishan and Sin Ming by 2017.
The 20 millionth visitor to Gardens by the Bay helps launch a yuletide floral display with an 11-metre Christmas Pyramid that is part of the attraction's Christmas Wonderland transformation.