Stories By Saifulbahri Ismail
101 Jul 2014 Tue
Singapore's third generation military is progressing well, and is at an "advanced stage" according to the Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant-General Ng Chee Meng
201 Jun 2014 Sun
Singapore is developing itself as a liveable and sustainable city, and at the same time learning from other cities to improve the lives of its people, said PM Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday.
301 Jun 2014 Sun
Some 30,000 runners took part in the Sundown Marathon on Saturday and for the first time, the iconic Benjamin Sheares Bridge was included in the route.
426 May 2014 Mon
Analysts said there are major differences between the new bus contracting model and the rail financing framework. Comparing the two models, they said current negotiations under the rail framework are more complex.
516 May 2014 Fri
Mr Campbell Wilson, the CEO of budget airline Scoot, said that current measures are sufficient to deal with unruly passengers and disputes. He was commenting on flight TZ 001 from Sydney to Singapore that was diverted to Bali on Wednesday after a husband-and-wife spat.
615 May 2014 Thu
Political analysts said the work of the Government Parliamentary Committees (GPCs) should be made more public, and add to debates on policy issues.
712 May 2014 Mon
Commenting on the recent case of vandalism at the Bishan SMRT depot, observers said the incident may have wider security implications.
809 May 2014 Fri
Free pre-peak travel on the rail network will be extended by one year to June 23, 2015.
908 May 2014 Thu
Volunteers from Singapore Power distributed N95 masks to 139 residents at the Asian Women's Welfare Association (AWWA) Community Home for Senior Citizens on Thursday.
1008 May 2014 Thu
There was "no breach of security measures" by the Bishan-Toa Payoh Town Council in relation to the vandalism case in Toa Payoh on Wednesday, said Dr Teo Ho Pin.