Stories By Olivia Siong
103 Jul 2015 Fri
Speaking at the SG50+ conference on Friday (Jul 3), Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong says while the number of democracies around the world is at an all-time high, the trust in politics and politicians is “collapsing” and at “an all-time low”.
202 Jul 2015 Thu
In a session moderated by Dr Fareed Zakaria, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong talks candidly on governance in Singapore and the limits to freedom of speech to maintain racial and religious harmony.
329 Jun 2015 Mon
The Comprehensive Strategic Partnership is significant as both countries mark 50 years of diplomatic relations this year.
428 Jun 2015 Sun
Downtown Line 2 will open ahead of schedule in December 2015, Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew announced on Sunday.
525 Jun 2015 Thu
Following service disruptions earlier this year, SMRT will replace the power rail brackets at LRT crossings to prevent loss of power and hire more staff to be stationed in previously unmanned train-cars and stations.
624 Jun 2015 Wed
The Green Man Plus system is activated up to 50 times each day at high-usage crossings like those at Tiong Bahru and Toa Payoh Rise, said the Land Transport Authority.
723 Jun 2015 Tue
The Housing and Development Board (HDB)'s plans to bring studio apartments and two-room flats under a single scheme are underway, National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan announces on a Capital 95.8 FM radio talk show.
822 Jun 2015 Mon
It is part of several Iftar or breaking of fast functions the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) has organised.
918 Jun 2015 Thu
South Korea's Kumho Buslines has announced its intention to bid for the second Government bus contract in a 49:51 joint venture with Singapore company Tian San Shipping.
1015 Jun 2015 Mon
Mr James Ho, the father of 12-year-old Rachel Ho, said his family had received generous contributions during the wake and wanted to help the mountain guides who were going through a difficult time now.