Stories By Eileen Poh
121 Apr 2014 Mon
Google Glass that allows doctors to access medical records instantaneously, smart vending machines, and a system which helps you locate your car in a carpark -- these are some of the technologies on display at the inaugural Internet of Things Asia 2014.
220 Apr 2014 Sun
The HDB said it is looking at lowering the age criterion for direct application to the scheme and expanding the coverage of items.
320 Apr 2014 Sun
It has been 10 years since the Nicoll Highway collapse, but foreman Heng Yeow Peow's body was never found.
415 Apr 2014 Tue
New private home sales fell 35 per cent in March from February, according to data released by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) on Tuesday.
514 Apr 2014 Mon
Eighty inmates received the National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) from Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong on Monday. This is an almost 30 per cent increase from last year.
611 Apr 2014 Fri
Twelve teachers on Thursday were recognised at the biennial Caring Teacher Awards ceremony, organised by the National Institute of Education and ExxonMobil Asia Pacific.
706 Apr 2014 Sun
The annual highlight of Singapore's maritime calendar opens on Sunday and it will feature 29 events -- the biggest show since its inception in 2006.
801 Apr 2014 Tue
Singapore home prices fell in the first quarter of this year from the last three months of 2013, flash estimates released by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) and Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) on Tuesday showed.
931 Mar 2014 Mon
The demand for the second batch of Build-to-Order (BTO) flats launched this year has dropped, compared to the previous batch. But analysts Channel NewsAsia spoke to said the housing needs of some groups are still not being met.
1029 Mar 2014 Sat
Sixteen patients and 17 caregivers have been honoured for their resilience and strength at the Singapore Health Inspirational Patient and Caregiver Award ceremony on Friday.