Stories By Imelda Saad
129 Jul 2014 Tue
A new study reveals that social media platforms are proving to be a ripe breeding ground for gang recruitment among high-risk youths.
227 Jul 2014 Sun
A mobile device that can help the elderly test their balance control and an app that allows the visually impaired to operate household appliances are just some of the innovative projects showcased by final-year students from Temasek Polytechnic's School of Engineering.
323 Jul 2014 Wed
A pilot street-outreach programme targeting at-risk youths will be extended for another two years and expanded to another district.
422 Jul 2014 Tue
The Government is also reviewing how the CPF Minimum Sum is being calculated.
518 Jul 2014 Fri
SINGAPORE: National Library Board CEO Elaine Ng says it has found a "means and method" to put controversial children's books in the adult section of the library.
613 Jul 2014 Sun
Communications experts say there needs to be a new information infrastructure to enhance engagement between the government and citizens.
712 Jul 2014 Sat
The changes come after feedback about the Lasting Power of Attorney since it was launched four years ago.
809 Jul 2014 Wed
The song's lyrics have no mature content. Rather, it was a past performance of the song - which saw the Taiwanese singer encouraging fans to "openly show affection for same-sex partners" - that led to licensing concerns for a recent concert here.
909 Jul 2014 Wed
Health Minister Gan Kim Yong also said in Parliament that there would be no tax increases to fund MediShield Life because the Government has set aside the budget for it.
1009 Jul 2014 Wed
A "handful" of Singaporeans have gone to Syria to participate in the conflict, and several others who intended to do so were detected before they could proceed. One has been detained under the Internal Security Act.