Stories By Monica Kotwani
126 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.
225 Aug 2014 Mon
Some students also suggested companies could have more flexible arrangements to enable students to balance both work and study commitments.
325 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.
424 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).
522 Aug 2014 Fri
One transport expert believes doing so would free up the land for better planning, especially if the area becomes home to the future Malaysia-Singapore high-speed rail station.
622 Aug 2014 Fri
Newly-appointed Minister of State for Health, Dr Lam Pin Min, said the information is provided with the aim of making medical costs more transparent.
721 Aug 2014 Thu
There is a synergistic relationship between protecting the environment and running a profitable business, said the Environment and Water Resources Minister.
821 Aug 2014 Thu
Investing in research and development for food is one possible solution to addressing the country’s food security challenge, says Minister of State for National Development Dr Maliki Osman.
920 Aug 2014 Wed
This follows NEA's initial assessment of energy reports submitted by 167 companies, which operate 211 energy-intensive industrial facilities.
1020 Aug 2014 Wed
The number of fire calls between January and June rose 19.2 per cent from last year, mainly due to a rise in vegetation fires as a result of the dry season, the SCDF says.