Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
124 Nov 2015 Tue
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi help to complete two pairs of bookends with symbols of Singapore and India during a tour of ITE College Central.
223 Nov 2015 Mon
Up till now, Singapore has not had a dedicated visual arts museum on this scale, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong ahead of the opening of the National Gallery Singapore.
321 Nov 2015 Sat
Located in Toa Payoh, the centre - named Agape Village - is run by Caritas Singapore. It said co-locating services in a single building means a more coordinated approach to providing help.
421 Nov 2015 Sat
This is to ensure volunteers can help in a more meaningful way and meet real needs, says Social and Family Development Minister Tan Chuan-Jin.
520 Nov 2015 Fri
The six City Harvest leaders who were found guilty of criminal breach of trust and falsifying church accounts have been sentenced to between 21 months and eight years' jail.
615 Nov 2015 Sun
The centre, which offers fun-boating facilities for the public, says it gets about 1,000 visitors a month, up from about 300 in the first few months of its opening.
711 Nov 2015 Wed
It is not just monetary contributions but a community working to show love and care for others which counts, says DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam at the Sree Narayana Mission's charity dinner.
810 Nov 2015 Tue
However, they hope the developments will not change the integrity and character of the space.
908 Nov 2015 Sun
Showcasing the top 50 hawker dishes and recommendations to stalls, the 200-page guide hopes to celebrate Singapore's rich hawker heritage, which reflects the nation's multi-ethnic history and culture.
1019 Oct 2015 Mon
The Combined Operations Room was where police formulated their response to major crises in Singapore in the 1950s.