Stories By Sharon See
120 Oct 2014 Mon
History has not been encouraging to founding political parties after three or four generations, pointed out the Executive Chairman of Banyan Tree Holdings in his first IPS-Nathan Lecture.
219 Oct 2014 Sun
A new steering committee led by Minister Lawrence Wong will drive development plans for Jurong Lake District and its surrounding areas.
317 Oct 2014 Fri
In town for the Singapore edition of a-nation, Japan's largest music and fashion festival, the J-pop queen also said she is keen to return for a solo concert.
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An increasing number of these companies are going the extra mile to get their products Halal-certified, food products from Fukushima are also hoping to find regional distributors.
516 Oct 2014 Thu
For guiding members of the special needs community on their runs and helping them to gain confidence, Runninghour received the President's Volunteerism & Philanthropy Awards. The club is one of 10 recipients this year.
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The first-of-its-kind "cross-training" partnership will last three years, and the agreement was inked on Monday by Pratt & Whitney Canada (SEA) and Temasek Polytechnic.
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National Servicemen and their families swam more than 70,000 laps to raise more than S$75,000 at SAFRA’s Swim For Hope charity event on Sunday (Oct 12).
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NUS President Professor Tan Chorh Chuan laid out his vision for the university during the State of the University Address, saying it has big plans to "influence the future".
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DPM Teo said that the best proof of the quality of education is in how well graduates perform in their jobs.
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Singapore is the only country outside China to host the roadshow, and inventions on display include glasses that can merge virtual reality with the physical world, and 'meat' and 'cheese' made from plants.