Stories By Monica Kotwani
126 Apr 2016 Tue
On the third day of public hearings by the Constitutional Commission reviewing aspects of the Elected Presidency, there was a lively exchange on whether ethnicity is an identity market for the electorate.
221 Apr 2016 Thu
The Singapore Democratic Party secretary-general argued that the People's Action Party already holds 81 seats in Parliament and said that if elected he would "press the Government and make sure it is more sensitised to the plight of Singaporeans".
318 Apr 2016 Mon
This is despite there being "many highly qualified women" and "female talent at the highest levels," said AWARE's executive director at a public hearing on feedback on the Elected Presidency.
418 Apr 2016 Mon
Video Minority representation a key issue in Commission’s first public hearing for Elected Presidency
"It is worrying that it has been 46 years since a Malay President, or about two generations have passed, but my view is that that the solution is not to engineer an outcome," says SMU law don Eugene Tan at the first public hearing on proposed changes to the Elected Presidency.
521 Mar 2016 Mon
He will go up against the Singapore Democratic Party's Chee Soon Juan for the single-member constituency seat.
617 Mar 2016 Thu
938LIVE reports: PricewaterhousCoopers will be conducting waste audits on up to 300 households from different housing types in April.
710 Mar 2016 Thu
Between 2011 and 2015, there were 17 to 27 cases each year of submersion incidents involving children, a sharp rise from the previous five-year period which saw five to 12 cases each year.
826 Feb 2016 Fri
938LIVE reports: Demand for drive-home services has grown by 20 and 40 per cent in the last few years, say owners of such businesses.
926 Feb 2016 Fri
938LIVE reports: Researchers at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research are hoping foetal brain cells could prove the link between Zika and microcephaly.
1017 Feb 2016 Wed
938LIVE reports: As part of the agreement, Singapore has pledged to reduce its emissions intensity by 36 per cent by 2030, compared to 2005 levels. It also aims to stabilise its emissions, with the aim of peaking around 2030.