Stories By Imelda Saad
107 Jul 2016 Thu
With the rise in the number of Salmonella poisoning cases, programme Talking Point finds out what people are doing wrong – from cooking an egg, to washing their cutting boards.
214 Apr 2016 Thu
There were 287 applications for the Work-Life Grant in 2014. In 2015, the number jumped to 549.
330 Mar 2016 Wed
The programme, aimed at enhancing integration and pooling of resources for elderly-related services, will be a multi-agency effort.
423 Mar 2016 Wed
The former Parliament House holds special meaning, as it was there that the country's first Parliament and pioneer leaders had passed laws that helped to shape and define Singapore.
523 Mar 2016 Wed
On the first anniversary of Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s death, past and present parliamentarians gathered at the Arts House for a remembrance ceremony.
604 Feb 2016 Thu
Director of NTU's Satellite Research Centre Low Kay Soon says with the successful missions of two satellites it sent into space, its next challenge is to design satellites that can carry "advanced, custom-built payloads".
704 Feb 2016 Thu
Those Channel NewsAsia spoke to say that is one initiative that may result from proposed changes to the National Environment Agency Miscellaneous Amendments Bill.
829 Jan 2016 Fri
Members of Parliament concluded a week-long debate on the President's address with support for the key aims which Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam highlighted.
928 Jan 2016 Thu
The review of the Elected Presidency is timely as it has been 25 years since the system was introduced, says former President S R Nathan.
1026 Jan 2016 Tue
Debating the President's address, MPs touch on challenges brought about by a fast-changing world, and what Singapore must do to survive and remain exceptional.