Stories By Sharon See
116 Sep 2014 Tue
The National Transport Workers' Union and various bus operators have expressed their support for the employment guidelines issued by the Public Transport Tripartite Committee concerning the bus contracting model.
215 Sep 2014 Mon
LTA says it has drawn lessons from the confusion that greeted the opening of the MCE last December, and has taken several measures to ensure motorists understand the changes.
312 Sep 2014 Fri
The Bus Career Development Centre, which will open next year, could help at least 3,000 Singaporean drivers, and will feature 16 simulators to train its drivers.
410 Sep 2014 Wed
The initiative, meant to support tenants previously hurt by road closures for the Marina Bay area, is expected to cost Suntec S$100,000 over two days.
507 Sep 2014 Sun
About 2,500 Ang Mo Kio residents celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival on Sunday evening. Joining in the fun was Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who is also MP for Ang Mo Kio GRC.
605 Sep 2014 Fri
At the first Pioneer Tribute Tea Session on Friday (Sep 5), Education Minister Heng Swee Keat lauded pioneer teachers for helping to lay a "solid foundation for Singapore's education system".
701 Sep 2014 Mon
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong fielded questions from members of the public for an hour on Capital 95.8FM.
831 Aug 2014 Sun
Three self-help groups - CDAC, SINDA and Eurasian Association - will receive an increase in matching grants from the government. The matching grant for Yayasan MENDAKI, AMP and the other Malay/Muslim organisations was earlier increased from S$4 million to S$5 million.
929 Aug 2014 Fri
The book showcases photos taken by the Manpower Minister during his travels. The proceeds will benefit the National Kidney Foundation, the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore, Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society and Cheng Hong Welfare Society.
1029 Aug 2014 Fri
Mr Yang met Singapore's Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, Emeritus Senior Minister and Foreign Minister on Friday (Aug 29).