Stories By Sara Grosse
120 May 2015 Wed
A*STAR says it hopes to work with all nursing homes and healthcare institutions in Singapore to provide better quality care to their residents.
219 May 2015 Tue
"We want to keep reminding ourselves that keeping our society resilient and harmonious is continuous work," Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam says.
319 May 2015 Tue
Opening on May 23, the exhibition showcases 50 distinguished Peranakans - including the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, his wife, Madam Kwa Geok Choo, as well as Singapore's first Chinese female doctor Lee Choo Neo.
418 May 2015 Mon
The Government will commit up to S$3.5 million annually to enhance a scheme to offer legal aid to people facing criminal charges.
517 May 2015 Sun
To help residents with mental health issues, 10 more estates will come under a multi-agency community support network by year-end. We go behind-the-scenes to find out how volunteers reach out to elderly residents.
617 May 2015 Sun
A cooking competition, titled The SG50 Harmony Wok, was held on Sunday (May 17) as part of a series of activities to advocate multicultural diversity.
717 May 2015 Sun
The ABC Waters Project Walk begins on Jun 28 and it will see participants exploring Singapore's water locations.
813 May 2015 Wed
Minister Grace Fu says it makes good business sense for employers to nurture a supportive work culture. She spoke at the launch event for a book documenting women's contributions to Singapore in the past 50 years.
912 May 2015 Tue
At an event marking the 66th anniversary of the Inter-Religious Organisation, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong explains why Singapore cannot take racial and religious harmony for granted.
1011 May 2015 Mon
Ticket sales are "uneven", as some events are more popular than others, but sales have been progressing well, says Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong.