Stories By Olivia Siong
102 Mar 2014 Sun
Ace the Place Community Club in Admiralty was officially opened on Sunday by National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan, who is also MP for Sembawang GRC.
225 Feb 2014 Tue
Channel NewsAsia marks 15 years with new Corporate Social Responsibility initiative with a month-long series of airtime giving attention to the success stories and issues facing women across Asia.
324 Feb 2014 Mon
Mrs May Sng, chairman of the Orchard Road Business Association (ORBA), clinched the Urban Redevelopment Authority's inaugural Place Champion Award on Monday.
423 Feb 2014 Sun
National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan said disbursing benefits from the Pioneer Generation Package yearly instead of as a one-time payout is a more practical approach. It will give seniors greater assurance that they will have benefits for life.
523 Feb 2014 Sun
National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan said his ministry will be exploring ideas to expand the Lease Buyback Scheme, which helps the elderly monetise their flats. More help for second-time home buyers, like divorcees with children and single parents, is also likely to be on the cards.
619 Feb 2014 Wed
More can be done to help low-wage workers and other vulnerable groups, such as children from low-income families. That was the call by some contributors to government feedback agency REACH, which received 1,300 suggestions for this year's Budget.
718 Feb 2014 Tue
Changi Airport's staff will care for passengers if they know that the management also cares for them, says Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew.
817 Feb 2014 Mon
The Ministry of Health (MOH) is proposing that pre-abortion counselling be made mandatory for all women seeking a termination of pregnancy in Singapore.
917 Feb 2014 Mon
An expert on land use says freeing up prime land at Marina Bay Golf Course and Keppel Club could make way for more private housing, in line with what's already being built in the area.
1016 Feb 2014 Sun
Some members of Keppel Club and The Singapore Island Country Club (SICC) were unhappy with the government's decision not to renew land leases for their golf courses.