Stories By Sharon See
113 Mar 2015 Fri
The tribunals - to be set up in the second half of 2015 - will be part of the State Courts, and will handle difficult spats between neighbours.
229 Jan 2015 Thu
Minister of State for Education Sim Ann says the ministry will continue to bring in "strong non-graduate recruits" into the teaching service.
329 Jan 2015 Thu
New Flexi-Medisave scheme not restricted to any sort of prescribed list and will generally cover consultation fees, tests, drugs and other medical services needed for medical diagnosis or treatment. However, it cannot be used for non-medical treatments or for non-essential items.
428 Jan 2015 Wed
The fund willl be used to help 12 of its U Associate partners grow and strengthen their membership, the Labour Movement says.
524 Jan 2015 Sat
Construction of Mount Pleasant and Stevens MRT stations along the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) has officially begun.
619 Jan 2015 Mon
The new Bill introduced in Parliament is pushing for the setting up of the Community Disputes Resolution Tribunals. This is expected to address scenarios where disputing parties do not turn up during community mediation efforts.
703 Mar 2013 Sun
Elderly residents in the Chong Pang ward can now make use of a one-stop social service provider - whether they are looking for leisure activities or financial help.
816 Jan 2013 Wed
The People's Action Party (PAP) candidate for Punggol East, Dr Koh Poh Koon, has said the by-election will be a tough fight.
910 Jul 2012 Tue
The government is considering whether it needs to tighten the laws to target cyberbullying more explicitly.
1023 May 2012 Wed
DPM Teo Chee Hean said on Wednesday that the Workers' Party candidate for Hougang, Mr Png Eng Huat, was not truthful about why he was not selected to represent the WP as a Non-Constituency MP (NCMP).