Stories By Sara Grosse
131 Mar 2015 Tue
The Parkinson Society Singapore estimates that close to 4,000 people suffer from the disease in Singapore. It affects about three in every 1,000 seniors, aged 50 years and above.
230 Mar 2015 Mon
Construction companies have used the funds to defray the cost of buying quieter construction equipment or noise control equipment, or for noise reduction solutions.
321 Mar 2015 Sat
An area for members of the public to leave messages of support for Mr Lee has been designated outside SGH Block 7, at an area known as The Quad.
419 Mar 2015 Thu
Reimagining the workforce and healthcare aside, the key to "successful ageing" is having a positive approach to dealing with changing demographics.
517 Mar 2015 Tue
The fund will expand its scope to cover persons with disabilities at all ages and for all purposes, such as those in therapy, rehabilitation and seeking more independence in daily living, says Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam.
616 Mar 2015 Mon
The Housing and Development Board says the land beside Bukit Batok MRT station has been cleared to facilitate eradication of rat burrows and remove hiding ground for dogs.
714 Mar 2015 Sat
National Kidney Foundation staff carried two litres of water around their waist at an event on Saturday (Mar 14) to simulate what patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis (PD) have to go through.
814 Mar 2015 Sat
Some 250 families of Tampines GRC got together on Saturday (Mar 14) to paint 50 paintings displaying an urban landscape of Tampines town.
913 Mar 2015 Fri
While the full range of SkillsFuture courses will be released closer to the implementation of the Credit, it was recently revealed in Parliament that these courses need support from WDA, MOE and other public agencies.
1007 Mar 2015 Sat
The last Pedestrian Night on Orchard Road marks the 90-day countdown to the SEA Games and it is hoped the rally gets Singaporeans excited about the competition which will be held in June at the Singapore Sports Hub.