Stories By Imelda Saad
124 Oct 2014 Fri
Under new measures announced by the MSF and ICA, it will be faster for foreign spouses of Singaporeans to get a Long Term Visit Pass, and easier for them to secure employment.
221 Oct 2014 Tue
Shorter courses and instructors who understand the cultural backgrounds of the foreign spouses are some factors that could encourage such couples to take up these programmes.
320 Oct 2014 Mon
Pre-marital workshops that address a couple's concerns and expectations, and support programmes to help married couples integrate into their new community, will be rolled out by December.
417 Oct 2014 Fri
Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong took on "The Big Ideas" of Singapore's founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew during a speech at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy 10th Anniversary Conference.
515 Oct 2014 Wed
About 90 per cent of respondents to a survey said working after retirement is a good way to stay financially independent, stay connected with society and offers the elderly a sense of self-worth.
615 Oct 2014 Wed
A report by the Institute of Policy Studies found that 80 per cent of respondents said they felt confident their needs will be taken care of as they grow older.
710 Oct 2014 Fri
These households can face problems in the areas of housing, finances and children's education, and healthcare, and Mayor of Central Singapore District Denise Phua calls for a multi-stakeholder approach to provide the needed help.
808 Oct 2014 Wed
These amendments include regulatory updates for 'live-streamed' performances, and those that take place in non-traditional venues like bars.
907 Oct 2014 Tue
Second Minister for Home Affairs S Iswaran told Parliament that the Bill will not affect social games, where in-game credits and tokens cannot be monetised.
1006 Oct 2014 Mon
Members of Parliament on Tuesday (Oct 7) will debate on the new Remote Gambling Bill, which aims to clamp down on gambling activities via the Internet, telephone and other modes of communication.