Stories By Amanda Lee
127 Feb 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Students and alumni of the eight affected universities are concerned that their universities will be perceived as inferior to those still on the list.
226 Feb 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: If employers' focus on academic qualifications remains, students said that the Earn and Learn scheme would delay plans to further their studies and would deter them from applying for the programme.
325 Feb 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: The S$500 credit can be used in Government-supported courses such as in the polytechnic and universities and selected courses at learning institutes like Laselle College of the Art, says the SkillsFuture secretariat.
425 Feb 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: The SkillsFuture Earn and Learn apprenticeship-style programme will have incentives for trainees and partner employers, and programmes will be 12 to 18 months long.
524 Feb 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: Some seniors in Singapore have said that they are looking forward to being accepted into the scheme, which will provide quarterly payouts to Singaporeans aged above 65 so as help them with living expenses.
611 Feb 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: At present, there are five MRT stations - City Hall, Orchard, Tanjong Pagar, Kent Ridge and Ang Mo Kio - with charging points.
710 Feb 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: There were 29 accidents - including two fatalities - within school zones in 2014, a jump from 2013's 19 accidents, the Traffic Police says.
822 Jan 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Experts say the latest hike is expected, given that bus and train operators are still facing considerable costs while under pressure to improve their services.
923 Dec 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: The Singapore Institute of Legal Education on Dec 15 started allowing lawyers of at least 12 years’ standing to supervise four practice trainees at one go, double the previous quota, but senior lawyers say this might not translate to more training contracts being up for grabs.
1008 Dec 2014 Mon
TODAY reports: The unusually heavy amount of rainfall on Sunday caused rainwater inlets to overflow into levels two and three of the shopping mall, the mall says.