Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
117 Nov 2014 Mon
The suggestion comes after one moneychanger was robbed of S$600,000 two weeks ago, and another man carrying almost S$800,000 in cash and cheques was stabbed in Raffles Place last Friday (Nov 14).
215 Nov 2014 Sat
About 5,000 people turned up at the carnival and concert, which aims to focus on what people with disabilities can do, rather than what they can't.
312 Nov 2014 Wed
MediaCorp's Chairman Teo Ming Kian said the new campus is a key part of MediaCorp's continuing transformation into a leading media player.
409 Nov 2014 Sun
This year's event featured a new category for local elite runners, where Mok Ying Rong beat nine others to the S$3,000 top prize - with a time of one hour, 28 minutes and 48 seconds.
509 Nov 2014 Sun
The toilet-themed run at East Coast Park on Sunday (Nov 9) is aimed at drawing attention to the plight of people who have no access to toilets with adequate sanitation.
606 Nov 2014 Thu
The cheque was presented by Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew at a charity movie premiere of the film Interstellar.
705 Nov 2014 Wed
It will put its own spin on celebrations for Singapore's 50th birthday next year, with a line-up involving Singaporean artists across various art forms - including music, theatre, dance, and the visual arts.
805 Nov 2014 Wed
The staff college courses attended are useful to establish good relationships with the militaries of other countries, and understand their perspectives, said the Defence Minister.
905 Nov 2014 Wed
Second Minister for Environment and Water Resources Grace Fu had been asked in Parliament if residents and hawkers have a say in whether a hawker centre needs to be upgraded, as this can raise costs for hawkers.
1005 Nov 2014 Wed
For the authorities to regulate all public places like retail outlets and shopping malls would be "burdensome and disproportionate to the risk involved", says the Minister of State for Communications and Information.