Stories By Sharon See
117 Apr 2014 Thu
Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew said train breakdowns have come down in terms of overall numbers, signalling that the ministry is moving in the right direction.
216 Apr 2014 Wed
Train operator SMRT may consider closing other stretches of stations half an hour early for maintenance after it completes its current round of closures in the next six months.
314 Apr 2014 Mon
A special committee of Parliament is inviting the public to propose suitable candidates to be Singapore's next batch of Nominated Members of Parliament (NMPs).
411 Apr 2014 Fri
At MOE's annual ExCEL Fest awards ceremony, Education Minister Heng Sweet Keat urged teachers to continue innovating and to do so with other teachers and the broader community.
509 Apr 2014 Wed
Minister for Education Heng Swee Keat made this point on Wednesday as he spoke on his ministry's plans for its next instalment of the Info-Communication Technology Masterplan.
608 Apr 2014 Tue
The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has released the list of Singapore’s public holidays for next year -- and there will be long weekends aplenty.
707 Apr 2014 Mon
With the launch of Nanyang Technological University’s (NTU) first president Professor Cham Tao Soon’s new book "The Making of NTU – My Story", Channel NewsAsia takes a brief look into the history of NTU’s founding through the eyes of its founding president.
807 Apr 2014 Mon
A new book, titled "The Making of NTU – My Story", by the Nanyang Technological University's founding president, Professor Cham Tao Soon, was launched on Monday by former Singapore president and NTU chancellor S R Nathan.
902 Apr 2014 Wed
The same team from the ministry will design its lower primary curriculum and also develop the curriculum for its MOE kindergartens.
1001 Apr 2014 Tue
Singapore's top ranking on a recent Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) test on problem solving shows Singapore is on the right track, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said.