Stories By Imelda Saad
117 Apr 2015 Fri
At the closing of the East Asia Summit on Religious Rehabilitation and Social Integration, PM Lee said there was a 'resounding success' in the rehabilitation of extremists in Singapore.
216 Apr 2015 Thu
Singapore's twin efforts to rehabilitate and reintegrate terror detainees have proven quite successful, with participants at an international symposium on counter-terrorism eager to learn from the experience of the city state.
316 Apr 2015 Thu
The terrorism threat has grown more severe with the rise of the ISIS militant group, and a military-only response is insufficient, says Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean.
415 Apr 2015 Wed
More than 40 Singaporeans - including students, homemakers and business people - still remain in Yemen, which has been hit by civil unrest.
518 Mar 2015 Wed
The place and train programme under P-Max aims to place 3,000 PMEs in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) over a three-year period.
617 Mar 2015 Tue
The service, announced during the recent Committee of Supply debate in Parliament, is aimed at raising awareness and understanding of the CPF system and the new changes.
714 Mar 2015 Sat
Initiatives under SkillsFuture will build on the Singapore brand and further reinforce the Government's commitment to investors looking to grow their presence here, observers said - against the backdrop of concerns over foreign firms pulling out of the country because of the manpower crunch.
813 Mar 2015 Fri
The Ministry of Social and Family Development will raise its Voluntary Welfare Organisation programme funding by S16 million - S$12 million of which will go into raising salaries.
913 Mar 2015 Fri
The Social and Family Development Ministry will expand training options and employment support for people with disabilities, says Parliamentary Secretary for Social and Family Development Low Yen Ling.
1013 Mar 2015 Fri
The new Partner Operator Scheme will target mid-sized operators and is also aimed at enhancing quality within the largely "fragmented" sector, says Social and Family Development Minister Chan Chun Sing.