Channel NewsAsia

Stories By Low Lin Fhoong


  • 1
    08 Apr 2015 Wed

    SEA Games: Singapore is "70-80%" ready, says organising committee chief

    TODAY reports: The organising committee is set to take over the 31 competition venues from the middle of this month, as it prepares for the arrival of more than 7,000 athletes and officials.

  • 2
    13 Mar 2015 Fri

    Cycling velodrome still being explored: Lawrence Wong

    TODAY reports: The construction of a cycling velodrome in Singapore is not a "trivial matter", given the implications on land use and opportunity cost for other sports facilities, the Minister for Culture, Community and Youth says.

  • 3
    13 Mar 2015 Fri

    Video MCCY pitches for more Singaporeans to play sports

    TODAY reports: Overall funding for National Sports Associations will rise by 8.6 per cent to S$73.1 million for the fiscal year 2015/2016, while almost all NSAs will get higher baseline funding.

  • 4
    11 Mar 2015 Wed

    Long-time squash rivals team up for Sea Games gold bid

    TODAY reports: Vivian Rhamanan and Marcus Phua are banking on their "telepathic" understanding to fend off all comers and clinch the gold in the men's jumbo doubles at the upcoming SEA Games.

  • 5
    10 Mar 2015 Tue

    Safety, new format at OCBC Cycle 2015

    TODAY reports: OCBC Cycle 2015's high-speed, spectator-friendly race format was unveiled at its official launch at OCBC Bank on Monday. The first-of-its-kind race will see four-man teams riding a total of 10 laps in pairs around a 1km course at the Sports Hub.

  • 6
    06 Mar 2015 Fri

    Coming to your neighbourhood soon: Singapore's sporting heroes

    TODAY Reports: Singapore's national athletes will feature in their own neighbourhood’s activities to help rouse support for the upcoming SEA Games.

  • 7
    25 Feb 2015 Wed

    Video Singapore is ‘70% ready’ to host SEA Games

    TODAY reports: Speaking to the media, Singapore SEA Games Organising Committee (SINGSOC) chairman Lim Teck Yin stressed that preparations are on track and is confident the buzz is building ahead of the Games.

  • 8
    17 Feb 2015 Tue

    Teaming up to bring in sports tourists

    TODAY reports: Industry players believe partnering with entertainment, lifestyle sectors is the key to attracting sports tourists to Singapore.

  • 9
    29 Jan 2015 Thu

    Haze a major concern for SEA Games organisers

    TODAY reports: Outdoor events such as athletics’ 20km walk and marathon, and the triathlon at Orchard Road and East Coast Park have been scheduled earlier in the Games period to allow for them to be rescheduled and held later if the haze hits.