Stories By Eileen Poh
122 Oct 2014 Wed
In a blog post, National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan noted that Singapore is "quite walkable", but lags behind cities like Amsterdam and Copenhagen, where "walking and cycling as modes of transport have been honed to be the normal way of life".
218 Oct 2014 Sat
Among the ideas raised at the Pulau Ubin Symposium to preserve and enhance the island include having a heritage trail for its temples and shrines and a history tour of its granite quarries.
316 Oct 2014 Thu
The Minister for Culture, Community and Youth says while efforts focused on the environment and sustainable business are important, companies can do more to tailor their CSR initiatives to impact the local community.
415 Oct 2014 Wed
Developers sold 648 new private homes last month, a 48.3 per cent increase from the 437 units sold in August, according to the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
511 Oct 2014 Sat
Marina One Residences, a joint-venture development between Temasek Holdings and Malaysia's state investment arm Khazanah Nasional, saw lukewarm response at its public launch on Saturday (Oct 11).
610 Oct 2014 Fri
If assessed to be mentally capable, Mdm Chung Khin Chun will be able to revoke the powers she gave to former tour guide Yang Yin as her trustee in 2012.
710 Oct 2014 Fri
The sensors will be deployed at six high-traffic areas first, including Orchard Road and Little India, and works are expected to be completed by end-2015, says the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.
809 Oct 2014 Thu
HDB resale prices dipped 0.5 per cent in September compared with August, with three-, four- and five-room flats driving the decline, according to the Singapore Real Estate Exchange.
908 Oct 2014 Wed
The owners are retiring, and are seeking a reserve price of S$15 million for the 11,248 square foot space at Jurong Gateway Road.
1003 Oct 2014 Fri
The ruling by the court is temporary, pending another hearing next week.