Stories By Olivia Siong
104 Oct 2015 Sun
It would be complacent and dangerous if Singaporeans are lulled into thinking that racial and religious harmony come naturally, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
225 Sep 2015 Fri
The late Mr Lee Kuan Yew had many old and trusted American friends and saw the US as a strategic friend of Singapore, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
321 Sep 2015 Mon
More than 100 artefacts and items, including personal belongings of Singapore's founding fathers such as the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, will go on display at the "We Built A Nation" exhibition.
416 Sep 2015 Wed
The new headquarters will house FairPrice’s new high-tech distribution centre, as well as various eateries and retail outlets.
516 Sep 2015 Wed
The National Environment Agency says hazy conditions are expected to persist for the next 24 hours.
615 Sep 2015 Tue
"The value of a skilled worker lies not only in his productivity, but also in his ability to appreciate the risks and hazards associated with the works," explains LTA chairman Michael Lim.
706 Sep 2015 Sun
ESM Goh Chok Tong says the Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) scheme means if the Workers' Party do lose this election, its voice can still be "as strong as before" in Parliament.
806 Sep 2015 Sun
With just five days to go before Polling Day, candidates are out in full force on Sunday (Sep 6).
926 Aug 2015 Wed
Not only was it presented the Outstanding Singapore Environmental Achievement Award, it was also a joint winner in the public sector category, alongside Nanyang Technological University.
1021 Aug 2015 Fri
About 100 households in Bukit Timah will benefit from the system, which will alert caregivers when an elderly person appears to be in prolonged inactivity when alone at home.