Stories By Siau Ming En
128 May 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Additional support and customised itineraries are needed to facilitate those looking to bring people with special needs overseas.
225 May 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: The daughters of retired Gurkhas, Ms Anita Rai, Ms Himalee Pun and Ms Shashikala Pun heard about the SAF setting up a clinic in Gorkana and were eager to help out, in the wake of the Nepal earthquake last month.
320 May 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong believes if the maritime industry continues to maintain its efficiency and operational capacity, the country would be able to stave off the competition.
418 May 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: Lack of manpower to man 24-hour hotline means more individuals may not be able to get help at critical moment, said the Samaritans of Singapore.
505 May 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: Medical teams might want to consider bringing in counsellors to treat those suffering from post-disaster stress, says Singapore Red Cross medical adviser and consultant urologist Dr Tan Hun Hoe.
618 Apr 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: Following an incident where a school-bus operator came under fire for shoddy service, the Singapore School Transport Association is exploring the idea of a CaseTrust for the industry.
717 Apr 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: The service uses electric cars to send students to school, with up to four students per vehicle. But the fee is about three times higher than school bus services.
817 Apr 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Some residents of Block 139B in Toa Payoh had petitioned against a proposed Residents' Committee centre at the void deck over ventilation and safety concerns.
910 Apr 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: The latest Cabinet changes, growing regional uncertainties, and gratitude towards the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew point towards a General Election before the end of the year, say analysts.
1009 Apr 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: The outgoing Labour Movement chief, also an ex-Economic Development Board head, can bridge needs of workers and businesses, analysts say.