Stories By Chng Kheng Leng
124 Feb 2014 Mon
A Certis CISCO security officer has been arrested for allegedly tricking a domestic helper into paying a fine for drinking water at an MRT station.
204 Feb 2014 Tue
It has been two months since the Little India riot and dormitory operators and recreation centres have increased the number of activities for foreign workers during the weekends.
302 Feb 2014 Sun
A new range of diesel-powered, less powerful luxury cars is gaining traction with buyers amid a re-categorisation of the Certificates of Entitlement (COEs). But experts said the trend may defeat the purpose of the COE changes.
426 Jan 2014 Sun
The Renovation and Decoration Advisory Centre said, in the past two weeks, three to four of such companies have told them that they are thinking of calling it quits.
503 Jan 2014 Fri
The demand for confinement ladies, or nannies who help new mothers with the transition into motherhood, has increased. This has been attributed to the fact that the upcoming Year of the Horse is an auspicious year to have babies, according to Chinese tradition.
601 Jan 2014 Wed
More companies took advantage of the government's Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) to deal with manpower shortages over two years, ending November 2013.
728 Dec 2013 Sat
A collaboration between the Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC) and Hwa Chong Institution starting next year will go a long way in creating a more compassionate society in Singapore.
826 Dec 2013 Thu
To improve their chances in schools' direct admissions exercise, more parents are enrolling their children at specialised centres to prepare them for the interview process.
924 Dec 2013 Tue
Renovations at popular downtown hawker centre Lau Pa Sat have been delayed due to the need for repair works on underground water pipes and drainage systems.