Stories By Eileen Poh
127 Apr 2015 Mon
In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, some Singaporeans are camped out in the Kathmandu airport waiting to leave, some have made it home, while others are still unaccounted for.
222 Apr 2015 Wed
With the residential property market remaining sluggish, analysts say more homeowners are choosing to rent out their homes first - putting downward pressure on rentals.
320 Apr 2015 Mon
As office rents continue to rise, shophouses have emerged as a cheaper alternative to office buildings. Analysts say that their rents are significantly lower, while at the same time offering a presence in the core business district.
416 Apr 2015 Thu
The Jubilee Bridge – the brainchild of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew – opened early to the public last month, but will only be officially launched in November.
515 Apr 2015 Wed
As cooling measures are still in place, property watchers say it remains to be seen if the uptick represents a recovery in the market.
611 Apr 2015 Sat
Frasers Centrepoint, developer of North Park Residences, says most of the units sold are the smaller ones. There is also a fair mix of those who buy to live in as well as investors.
710 Apr 2015 Fri
Those who have completed their diplomas or advanced diplomas in the SkillsFuture Earn-and-Learn programme will get a chance to earn undergraduate degrees from UniSIM.
809 Apr 2015 Thu
The number of complaints TAFEP received last year dropped to 259, as opposed to 460 in 2013.
908 Apr 2015 Wed
The Tsao Foundation will soon launch a survey that can be used by volunteers or neighbours to assess senior citizens' well-being.
1006 Apr 2015 Mon
The Singapore Industrial Automation Association and e2i ink a two-year Memorandum of Understanding to educate and train workers on robotics and automation.