Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
105 Feb 2016 Fri
A master plan to redevelop the 43-hectare SGH campus over the next 20 years will help the healthcare system better serve patients, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says.
231 Jan 2016 Sun
The Home Affairs and Law Minister called on the opposition party to make clear its intent for moving the parliamentary motion to have the seat declared vacant and filled by its East Coast GRC candidate Daniel Goh.
330 Jan 2016 Sat
Authorities are looking into the possibility as part of a push to turn Singapore into a car-lite city, says National Development Minister Lawrence Wong.
424 Jan 2016 Sun
Singapore has built a brand on its short history of success and trust, and Singaporeans must build on this for the nation continue being successful, says Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan.
524 Jan 2016 Sun
Elderly-friendly road safety features such as extended green man timings and two-stage road crossings have been installed in Lengkok Bahru.
618 Jan 2016 Mon
“As a society, Singaporeans must respect our differences, and proactively defend our common spaces," says the Acting Minister for Education (Schools).
718 Jan 2016 Mon
Whoever can better align to the people’s objectives, act decisively and swiftly, manage consequences and adjust resolutely is the better model of governance, the Labour Chief and Minister in the Prime Minister’s office says.
815 Jan 2016 Fri
The popular food street may become a car-free zone on weekends, drawing even more customers to the area. But going car-free could drive some residents living nearby up the wall.
910 Jan 2016 Sun
Improving hawker centre environments and including local hawker fare in culinary courses were two of many suggestions thrown up at a dialogue on Sunday (Jan 10), which discussed ways that Singapore’s hawker culture can be sustained.
1007 Jan 2016 Thu
HDB suggests that one of Singapore's four major accounting firms be appointed instead to fix accounting and governance lapses at the Workers' Party-run town council.