Stories By Monica Kotwani
108 Mar 2014 Sat
The government needs to give "very serious thought" on how to ensure that each and every Singaporean is aware of the benefits of this year's Budget, said Minister for Law and Foreign Affairs K Shanmugam on Saturday.
207 Mar 2014 Fri
Singapore's national water agency PUB said on Friday it is reviewing its contingency plans in case Singapore's water consumption increases further.
307 Mar 2014 Fri
Singapore has a new plant to treat and then recycle used industrial water. Previously, industrial water was treated then discharged into the sea.
404 Mar 2014 Tue
The family and close friends of Mr Chua Sian Chin bade farewell to the late politician at the Church of St Teresa, Kampong Bahru Road, on Tuesday.
503 Mar 2014 Mon
The North West Community Development Council hopes to recruit more volunteers this year. It saw a 40 per cent increase in volunteers last year, compared to 2012.
602 Mar 2014 Sun
In its latest haze advisory, NEA said the prevailing northeasterly winds will keep the haze from Sumatra away from Singapore “for the next few days”. But it cautioned the island may experience slight haze occasionally due to the accumulation of particulate matter, especially in the mornings.
728 Feb 2014 Fri
Singapore's draft Transboundary Haze Pollution Bill may send a strong signal of the country's determination to tackle the haze problem but it will not solve the issue in a long-term, sustainable manner, experts said on Friday.
823 Feb 2014 Sun
MP for Nee Soon GRC Lee Bee Wah said the measures to help small and medium enterprises in this year's Budget shows the government has acknowledged the difficulties and challenges faced by them. But going forward, it is about helping SMEs know how to make use of the help offered.
923 Feb 2014 Sun
It is important for the government to present the Pioneer Generation Package in simple terms for the elderly, to get them to understand how it will benefit them, and how to access it, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Grace Fu.
1021 Feb 2014 Fri
Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam announced on Friday that liquor duties will increase by 25 per cent to keep pace with inflation. Entertainment outlets Channel NewsAsia spoke with said they are already facing cost pressures.