Stories By Siau Ming En
122 Sep 2014 Mon
A 25-week scheme at four schools see youth workers reaching out to students to encourage them to talk about their personal aspirations.
219 Sep 2014 Fri
Companies are stocking up on N95 masks and scheduling more frequent breaks for their staff in case of worsening air quality.
310 Sep 2014 Wed
ASPIRE is "about breakthroughs, not limits; widening opportunities, not narrowing them”, and not about one kind of qualification versus another, said Education Minister.
409 Sep 2014 Tue
Professor Gerard George will begin his five-year term at SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business on Jan 1 next year.
508 Sep 2014 Mon
Singapore dumped 796,000 tonnes of food waste last year, a 13.2 per cent increase from the 703,200 tonnes in 2012.
604 Sep 2014 Thu
Expect wet weather to keep up, but there's still the possibility of haze thereafter, Meterological Service Singapore warns.
725 Aug 2014 Mon
First introduced in 2012, the pilot initiative has benefited more than 4,500 people, with its outreach programmes reaching out to more than 21,000 to date.
821 Aug 2014 Thu
Researchers from the Singapore University of Technology and Design say children speaking a mix of English and Mandarin may help them achieve a better grasp of the languages. They plan to expand their research to other mother tongue languages.
912 Aug 2014 Tue
The Lien Foundation and St James' Church Kindergarten unveiled their pre-school practicum centre on Tuesday (Aug 12) to offer hands-on training and coaching for teachers.
1010 Aug 2014 Sun
An engineer had to be rescued from a cable car cabin on Sentosa's under-construction intra-island cable way on Sunday (Aug 10) at about 4pm. The cabin he had been riding in had halted during tests, while another unoccupied cabin became dislodged and fell.