Stories By Tan Qiuyi
124 Apr 2014 Thu
A total of 75 people were arrested for shoplifting in Orchard Road in the first three months of 2014, up from 63 for the same period last year.
222 Apr 2014 Tue
The Workforce Development Agency has opened a pop-up "Learning Cafe" in the central business district on Tuesday, where people could check out online courses on offer and even try their hand at making a cup of coffee.
322 Apr 2014 Tue
A new survey by the non-profit Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI) and research firm Align Group aims to find out what workplace happiness means for employees in Singapore and how well organisations are scoring.
418 Apr 2014 Fri
Most funeral directors and their staff are between 50 and 60 years old, and they are facing the pressing challenge of attracting young people into a business that's often seen as old and morbid.
512 Apr 2014 Sat
The reforms would give more voting power to emerging economies like China and Brazil, and double the IMF's lending resources.
611 Apr 2014 Fri
Members of Parliament have filed 90 questions for oral and written answer at the Parliament sitting on April 14. Among the questions for oral answer are those on checkpoints security.
711 Apr 2014 Fri
Professionals, managers and executives can now get career and employment advice at a one-stop centre in the Central Business District. NTUC opened the U PME Centre at One Marina Boulevard on Wednesday.
811 Apr 2014 Fri
Be it special needs or neighbourhood schools, tertiary institutions or those for special talents -- Singapore will raise the quality of every educational institution, said Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
909 Apr 2014 Wed
The number of workplace deaths in the construction sector rose 27 per cent last year, according to the latest Workplace Safety and Health Statistics Report.
1009 Apr 2014 Wed
Some 20,000 Indonesians have cast their ballots in Singapore so far, either by post or at the Indonesian embassy, as counting of votes begins.