Stories By Seet Sok Hwee
125 Nov 2013 Mon
The Johor state government's decision to change its weekend days to Friday and Saturday from the traditional Saturday and Sunday, could lead to higher manpower costs, which could in turn lead to higher prices for consumers, said companies and stakeholders.
221 Nov 2013 Thu
IT security experts say there is no guaranteed way to prevent websites from being hacked, and users must therefore take their own precautions to secure websites so as to decrease the risk of being hacked.
311 Nov 2013 Mon
The Singapore government is donating an additional S$150,000 to victims of Typhoon Haiyan, bringing its total contribution to S$200,000 so far. The funds will be channelled through the Singapore Red Cross.
402 Nov 2013 Sat
The number of people who went for debt counselling in 2012 has gone up compared to 2011. Credit Counselling Singapore said it counselled some 1,600 people in 2012 - close to 50 per cent more than the 1,090 people in 2011.
522 Oct 2013 Tue
The Health Sciences Authority of Singapore (HSA) said it is conducting the necessary sampling and testing on three Chinese medicinal herbs, following reports of cancer-causing colourants in them.
615 Oct 2013 Tue
More traditional publishers and media companies are producing e-learning material, as the market for it grows.
705 Oct 2013 Sat
Nine people were injured in a five-vehicle pile-up along the Seletar Expressway (SLE), in one of three accidents on the road on Saturday.
822 Sep 2013 Sun
293 schools will be recognised for their efforts and achievements in giving students a holistic education.