Stories By Kimberly Spykerman
107 Apr 2016 Thu
Pointing to the number of corruption cases registered in 2015, Mr Lee noted that they were at an all-time low. A total of 132 cases were registered for investigation by the CPIB - a drop from 136 in 2014.
206 Apr 2016 Wed
From enhancing airport immigration lanes to stepping up police recruitment, the Ministry of Home Affairs will roll out new measures for the Home Team to deal with increasing security challenges.
303 Apr 2016 Sun
The effectiveness of the anchor tenant model is under doubt, amid the ongoing rental dispute between landlord of Ngee Ann City and its anchor tenant department store Takashimaya.
431 Mar 2016 Thu
The minister says the Government wants to partner small and medium enterprises to position them in the strongest way for the next lap of economic development.
530 Mar 2016 Wed
The Home Affairs Minister says he fears terror attacks elsewhere in the world could make non-Muslim Singaporeans look at Muslims differently.
629 Mar 2016 Tue
The National Environment Agency says it has taken enforcement action against both the mall management and a food shop. This comes after a patron saw a rat fall from the mall's ceiling while she was waiting for her meal at an eatery.
720 Mar 2016 Sun
Most Singaporeans cannot imagine being caught up in a terror attack. Bangkok blast survivor Mdm Betty Ong tells Channel NewsAsia why stepping up community vigilance and readiness is a must for national security.
819 Mar 2016 Sat
Speaking to youths at the Think Future forum, the Culture, Community and Youth Minister says Singaporeans should build on national identity and pride, as well as be more caring and cohesive.
914 Mar 2016 Mon
These households must have sufficient savings and steady incomes to service the loans, the National Development Minister says.
1014 Mar 2016 Mon
Of these, 23 were appointed last October and they will run 169 centres offering 16,500 places, says Minister Tan Chuan-Jin.