Stories By Leong Wai Kit
119 Apr 2014 Sat
A new programme to help ex-offenders return to the workforce was launched on Saturday. The Strengthening Opportunities, Advocating Resilience (SOAR) programme aims to give ex-offenders training and career advice.
218 Apr 2014 Fri
The taxi had ploughed into the outdoor area of Georges Mad Bar & Grill after being involved in an accident with another car.
316 Apr 2014 Wed
Nearly all Singaporean parents want their children to get a university education -- that is what a recent survey "The Value of Education: Springboard for Success", conducted by HSBC showed. However, many parents do not start saving up early enough for their child's university fees.
413 Apr 2014 Sun
Singaporeans have come up with gift ideas for babies born next year, as part of the country’s 50th birthday celebrations. More than 4,000 suggestions have been received so far for the Jubilee Baby Gift.
512 Apr 2014 Sat
This is the first time the Singapore Armed Forces is combining the passing-out parade of new recruits with the citizen soldiers' stand-down parade, marking the end of the latter's National Service (NS) cycle.
611 Apr 2014 Fri
There will be 12,060 Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) for May to July 2014, said the Land Transport Authority (LTA).
710 Apr 2014 Thu
Heartbleed -- that is the latest bug in the cyber-security world which has caused widespread concern because it is found in a security tool supposed to protect sensitive data. Yet Heartbleed went undetected for two years -- until recently.
810 Apr 2014 Thu
A tourist from Hong Kong was found dead at a hotel in Coleman Street on Thursday. Police said the man, who was in his 50s, was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene.
909 Apr 2014 Wed
A 27-year-old man has been jailed for a day and fined S$2,000 for rubbing his private parts on the face of a woman in public.
1008 Apr 2014 Tue
A Coroner's report has ruled out foul play in the death of a 22-year-old man who was serving national service last year.