Stories By Loi Kar Yee
101 Sep 2014 Mon
The Ministry of Health says publishing the data on its website will provide more transparency. Some believe the move will prompt the private sector to follow suit.
227 Aug 2014 Wed
Authorities say the result of these appeals will only be available next month, at the earliest.
324 Aug 2014 Sun
During Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's National Day Rally speech last week, he stressed that Singapore can do much more with technology and IT to make the Republic a Smart Nation. And the wheels have already been set in motion.
413 Aug 2014 Wed
Nee Soon South Community Centre's Basic Hokkien Conversational Class is believed to be the first such programme for volunteers.
511 Aug 2014 Mon
Some travel agencies have cancelled tours to South Africa, while others are changing their itineraries to exclude bat-viewing and game meat.
608 Aug 2014 Fri
Six grocery shopkeepers Channel NewsAsia spoke with said their sales have dropped by at least 20 per cent since Singapore increased its vehicle entry permit for foreign registered vehicles to S$35.
715 Jul 2014 Tue
One in two Singaporeans who used Jobs Bank, an online job portal for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents, applied for professional, manager and executive (PME) jobs.
807 Jul 2014 Mon
The property has a strata area of about 5,780 square feet, and the tender will end on August 12, 3pm, according to exclusive marketing agent Savills.
919 Jun 2014 Thu
The world's first vaccine for dengue will likely be introduced next year, and Singapore may be among the first few countries to use it. It is believed this new vaccine can help reduce the rate of dengue infections by half.
1007 Jun 2014 Sat
Doctors said those who need to stay for a longer period of time in community hospitals can benefit from MediShield Life.