Stories By Saifulbahri Ismail
107 Sep 2014 Sun
The standards are set to be reviewed next year, and the National Taxi Association has urged the LTA not to raise them or even consider lowering them, considering that taxi booking apps have helped passengers find taxis.
220 Apr 2013 Sat
Officers acted professionally in dealing with SMRT drivers’ petition and illegal strike: Tan Chuan-Jin
Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin said his officers had acted professionally in dealing with the petition raised by SMRT bus drivers from China in 2010, and with the illegal strike last November.
318 Apr 2013 Thu
The series of blackouts at block 69 Geylang Bahru and block 71 Kallang Bahru on Wednesday morning was an isolated incident, said SP PowerGrid.
411 Apr 2013 Thu
Singapore on Thursday called for a review of ASEAN's processes and institutions, in order to make them more efficient and effective.
509 Apr 2013 Tue
ASEAN foreign ministers failed to issue a joint communique during its meeting in Phnom Penh because of disagreements over the South China Sea. They will meet in Bandar Seri Begawan this week to prepare for the ASEAN Summit later this month. Analysts expect some progress to be made.
607 Apr 2013 Sun
An event aimed at promoting social harmony and integration of new citizens in Singapore through arts and culture was held at Tiong Bahru Park on Saturday.
709 Mar 2013 Sat
Potential home owners may not be in a rush to exercise their options in the housing schemes announced in Parliament.
805 Mar 2013 Tue
Member of Parliament for Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC Janil Puthucheary has raised the idea of free travel on public transport before peak hours to change their travel patterns.
925 Feb 2013 Mon
The government will do more to help ease the cash flow of companies, with a road tax rebate for commercial vehicles.
1025 Feb 2013 Mon
The government will enhance its Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) scheme to encourage more companies to improve productivity.