Stories By Monica Kotwani
119 Sep 2014 Fri
Following a hazy morning, thunderstorms in the western parts of Singapore on Friday afternoon (Sep 19) helped the three-hour PSI to fall back into the 'moderate' range, says NEA.
219 Sep 2014 Fri
It is important for the younger members in each family to know the wishes of the elderly, said the Minister of State for Health.
306 Sep 2014 Sat
As Singapore transforms its energy supply landscape, the use of solar power as a source of electricity is poised for a dramatic increase.
403 Sep 2014 Wed
From new eco-friendly materials to technologies that help save on energy bills, the buildings of the future could well be completely carbon-neutral.
503 Sep 2014 Wed
The research will focus on areas such as integrated building design, building envelope and facade systems, building management and information systems, and air-conditioning and mechanical ventilation.
601 Sep 2014 Mon
The masterplan will place greater emphasis on encouraging tenants and occupants to adopt green practices.
726 Aug 2014 Tue
New technologies to control mosquito populations could benefit Singapore, and WHO is evaluating about 18 different ones that could see large-scale applications in about three years.
825 Aug 2014 Mon
Some students also suggested companies could have more flexible arrangements to enable students to balance both work and study commitments.
925 Aug 2014 Mon
Benefits of initiatives like the Place-and-Train programme and more structured internships can provide ITE and polytechnic graduates work competencies early on in their career.
1024 Aug 2014 Sun
The public will no longer need to first identify the relevant agencies responsible for any municipal issues to give their feedback. That is the aim of Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Grace Fu with the setting up of the Municipal Services Office (MSO).