Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
123 Oct 2014 Thu
Some 200 exhibitors from 21 countries are participating in the Singapore Jewellery and Gem Fair, which will run from Oct 23 to 26. More than 60,000 pieces of jewellery are available at the fair.
214 Oct 2014 Tue
NEA said the event was a "temporary fair" that required a permit under Section 35 of the Environmental Public Health Act. But the lawyer acting for the Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council said it was a "mini-fair" where no permit was needed.
313 Oct 2014 Mon
Management of the stadium insist the pitch is "playable", despite Brazil coach Dunga saying the sandy field will increase possibility of injuries among his players, after his team trained at the venue for the first time.
411 Oct 2014 Sat
Initiative to open up school facilities for sports and community events will help connect residents, boost social cohesion, and foster strong parent-child relationships.
508 Oct 2014 Wed
National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan says the Home Improvement Programme, Neighbourhood Renewal Programme and Selective Lift Replacement Programme will impose additional cost on the Government, which will set aside sufficient funds for them.
607 Oct 2014 Tue
Two types of lifts - a Vertical Platform Lift and a Pneumatic Vacuum Elevator - are currently being constructed and should be completed by year's end. Both are less costly to install compared to the current lift systems.
707 Oct 2014 Tue
They were among the 25,000 households who were granted mortgage loans during that period. The National Development Ministry said HDB evaluates such requests on a case-by-case basis.
807 Oct 2014 Tue
The requirement to inform others that an LPA has been granted was removed after feedback from "the few thousand cases" handled in the past, said the Social and Family Development Minister.
907 Oct 2014 Tue
Owners will also need to provide reasonable care for animals placed under their charge, and staff in businesses dealing with animals must be trained in how to care and handle them.
1007 Oct 2014 Tue
The new Singapore International Commercial Court targets cases that would otherwise not be heard in Singapore, such as cross-border commercial disputes governed by foreign law.