Stories By Sharon See
119 Jul 2014 Sat
A 15-member committee comprising animal lovers, parliamentarians, and grassroots leader have come up with guidelines on what the basic standard of animal welfare in Singapore should be.
218 Jul 2014 Fri
Singapore's aviation industry is getting a S$100 million boost to raise productivity. The Airport Productivity Package will see the money used to pay for two new programmes over four years.
317 Jul 2014 Thu
Four primary schools - Henry Park, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls', Nan Hua and Radin Mas held ballots for Phase 2A(2) on Thursday (July 17).
413 Jul 2014 Sun
Residents living in the Bedok Reservoir-Punggol division of Hougang can subscribe to a messaging system which will alert them to developments within their neighbourhood, including dengue outbreaks.
508 Jul 2014 Tue
The National Environment Agency said on Tuesday (July 8) this was a sharp rise from the 674 cases reported the previous week, and noted that the Aedes mosquito population had doubled since May.
607 Jul 2014 Mon
SMRT submitted its proposal for the new rail financing framework months ago, but discussions are confidential, and the Transport Minister could only say there is a "wide gap" between expectations of SMRT and the authorities.
707 Jul 2014 Mon
Regular fare increases and assessments of new bus routes are some of the ways to ensure the financial sustainability of the new bus contracting model, said Minister for Transport Lui Tuck Yew in Parliament.
806 Jul 2014 Sun
An initiative to get healthy people check on their neighbours who are elderly and living alone was launched in Chin Swee Road on Sunday. This buddy system pairs frail elderly residents with healthy neighbours who can look out for them or call for help if needed.
904 Jul 2014 Fri
The SG50 committee hopes to involve at least 20,000 companies in Singapore's 50th-anniversary celebrations.
1002 Jul 2014 Wed
Button badges, a clap banner and an LED bracelet are among some of the goodies in this year's National Day Parade funpack.