Stories By Imelda Saad
130 Jul 2015 Thu
In a recent interview with TIME Magazine, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong cautioned that if successful Singaporeans mostly leave, the country is 'going to be depleted'. Channel NewsAsia looks at what has been done to address the issue.
230 Jul 2015 Thu
Recommendations on introducing greater investment flexibility to the CPF system are expected to be released by the end of the year, says chairman of the advisory panel Professor Tan Chorh Chuan.
328 Jul 2015 Tue
The recently appointed Social and Family Development Minister also wants to transform society such that the community plays a greater role in taking care of those less well of, in a wide-ranging interview.
426 Jul 2015 Sun
Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Chan Chun Sing, who now leads the Tanjong Pagar GRC after Mr Lee Kuan Yew's passing, says it is not the PAP MPs' job to "focus on who's coming in, but put in our work every day".
526 Jul 2015 Sun
Ms Joan Pereira, 47, was introduced during a walkabout at Bukit Merah View Market on Sunday, Jul 26.
622 Jul 2015 Wed
Under the new curriculum, teachers observe the children under their care and develop activities based on their interests.
721 Jul 2015 Tue
"Remember that you have a responsibility to make Singapore better than what it is today, so that we can progress towards SG100 with hope and optimism," says Minister-in-charge of Civil Service Teo Chee Hean.
813 Jul 2015 Mon
The Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC) is tasked with drawing up the boundaries for the various constituencies before a general election. It is usually guided by the number and distribution of registered voters and takes into account population shifts in the various constituencies.
912 Jul 2015 Sun
The Brownstone received about 300 e-applications the weekend of Jul 11 and 12, with more than 2,000 visitors at its sales gallery.
1012 Jul 2015 Sun
The Wellness Bus, launched in opposition wards Aljunied and Hougang, seeks to provide full health assessments for 800 seniors, immunisation for 2,000 seniors and bring health literacy to about 10,000 seniors.