Stories By Tan Qiuyi
130 Jul 2014 Wed
China's property market may be cooling, but Singapore real estate giant CapitaLand remains confident about its biggest investment in the country, which is in the southwestern city of Chongqing.
230 Jul 2014 Wed
Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean spoke about the training exchanges between Singapore and China officials at a meeting with Zhao Leji, head of the Chinese Communist Party's Central Organisation Department, in Beijing.
329 Jul 2014 Tue
The new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, led by China, will fund infrastructure projects in the region.
428 Jul 2014 Mon
Did you know that a Singapore Ultimate Frisbee club is seeded 13th in the mixed division for the world's largest international competition for it?
526 Jul 2014 Sat
The number of drivers summoned for failing to give way to ambulances and fire trucks has dropped. There were nine in 2013 - a 50 per cent drop from five years ago, according to Traffic Police data.
621 Jul 2014 Mon
As in previous years, most of the over-subscribed schools at this phase have church or clan affiliations, and balloting at these schools is likely when this registration phase ends tomorrow.
721 Jul 2014 Mon
The challenge for the Economic Development Board, said Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean, is to move towards higher value-added activities and innovation, to capture new opportunities and create good jobs for Singaporeans.
815 Jul 2014 Tue
Phase 2A (2) of the Primary 1 registration exercise ended on Tuesday (July 15) with five schools oversubscribed. Four of them will conduct balloting for Singapore Citizen children living outside two kilometres of the schools.
912 Jul 2014 Sat
A protest was held at Hong Lim Park on Saturday afternoon (July 12) against the Central Provident Fund (CPF) system and MediShield Life.
1009 Jul 2014 Wed
The Law Minister explains why the article - which states that a national referendum has to be called, to change some parts of the Constitution - is not in force even though it was passed over a decade ago.