Stories By Eileen Poh
131 Aug 2014 Sun
The government is looking at introducing greater flexibility to the Lease Buyback Scheme, and this could include extending or shortening the number of years of flat leases participants can retain. Details of the changes to the scheme are expected to be announced next week.
225 Aug 2014 Mon
He adds that Singapore will continue to enhance its knowledge sharing by organising a series of customised courses for African senior officials in areas such as economic development, public administration and sustainable urban development.
323 Aug 2014 Sat
Singaporeans are most concerned about CPF and housing matters, according to the feedback collected by REACH on the Prime Minister's National Day Rally speech on Aug 17.
419 Aug 2014 Tue
Giving the area more colour will be 10 new concrete benches painted by Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts students, says the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
518 Aug 2014 Mon
The South Korean firm GS Engineering and Construction is also working on the construction of five MRT stations on Downtown Line 2 and the Thomson Line, and Fusionopolis Phase 2A.
617 Aug 2014 Sun
Singapore's pioneers have shown that Singaporeans can do anything if they set their minds to it, and Singapore must build on their legacy, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in his National Day Rally Speech on Sunday (Aug 17).
717 Aug 2014 Sun
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announces a new Municipal Services Office to coordinate the work of various Government agencies in order to improve service delivery to residents.
814 Aug 2014 Thu
The Woodlands Checkpoint was shuttered for 40 minutes following an alarm activation, but authorities say there was "no incident".
914 Aug 2014 Thu
Close to 800 elderly households unlocked value of their homes after they sold part of their flat lease back to the Government under the Lease Buyback Scheme. More could benefit, as the Government is studying how to make it more convenient for retirees to get cash out of their flats.
1011 Aug 2014 Mon
The number of completed but empty private homes in Singapore is rising but property watchers say the vacancy rate is still "healthy".