Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
102 Oct 2015 Fri
Researchers hired by the National Heritage Board to document Pulau Ubin's social history found that it is "not at all a declining society and even has a thriving economy.
230 Sep 2015 Wed
Both sites have a lease period of 99 years and come under the Second Half 2015 Government Land Sales Programme.
330 Sep 2015 Wed
Mr K Shanmugam, responding to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's Rules of Prudence letter, says it is important for elected MPs to be humble and to keep the faith of the voters.
425 Sep 2015 Fri
At De La Salle School, teachers were on duty to keep the children occupied in the school library till it was time to head home, while students at Si Ling Primary School were kept busy with activities like educational games.
522 Sep 2015 Tue
In a video, the two boys were seen being hit repeatedly on the head by a schoolmate even though a teacher was present in class.
614 Sep 2015 Mon
Outdoor businesses have taken a hit following hazy conditions over the past week, but they are also taking steps to protect their customers from the bad weather.
722 Aug 2015 Sat
Representatives from nine Opposition parties and the ruling People's Action Party take part in a dialogue hosted by the National University of Singapore Society.
822 Aug 2015 Sat
The Workers' Party's Aljunied GRC team and Hougang SMC MP Png Eng Huat are staying put in their constituencies to defend them says chairman Sylvia Lim.
922 Aug 2015 Sat
"I want to continue to serve residents of Aljunied GRC," says the Workers' Party Secretary-General Low Thia Khiang.
1022 Aug 2015 Sat
Opposition parties say they made progress in avoiding three-cornered fights at a meeting on Monday night (Aug 3). Political observers say meetings like these reveal the way these parties interact with each other, and show a mature process of negotiation.