Stories By Imelda Saad
127 Aug 2014 Wed
The teaching profession and national water agency PUB will be among the first to see changes made.
226 Aug 2014 Tue
Faster career progression will be an option for Management Support Officers from October, and more graduate and non-graduate schemes in the civil service will be merged so that diploma holders and ITE graduates will be able to progress on the same career track as degree holders.
326 Aug 2014 Tue
The fundraising target has been set at S$6 million for the professorship, which is a way of honouring a President who embodied the principles of multi-racialism that Singapore holds dear, said Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Dr Yaacob Ibrahim.
425 Aug 2014 Mon
From 2016, Place-and-Train programmes will be piloted in some sectors to help polytechnic and ITE graduates rise up the career ladder. For these initiatives to work, stakeholders must see the potential of multiple pathways to success, say ASPIRE Committee members.
525 Aug 2014 Mon
The recommendations aim to give every Singaporean the opportunity to “realise their potential and progress in life, no matter what their starting point”, the committee says.
624 Aug 2014 Sun
In partnership with the Health Promotion Board, researchers have tested about 200 local delicacies in an attempt to find out which foods contain good quality carbohydrates, otherwise known as low glycaemic index (GI) foods.
724 Aug 2014 Sun
Mud crabs are an essential ingredient in a favourite Singaporean dish - Chilli crab. To ensure a reliable supply of mud crabs in Singapore and the region, researchers from Temasek Polytechnic are now trying to breed them in a controlled environment.
819 Aug 2014 Tue
As one of Singapore's first-generation diplomats, Professor Maurice Baker played a pivotal role in helping Singapore establish itself on the global stage. His memoirs chronicle some of the stories of his diplomatic postings.
918 Aug 2014 Mon
This is according to HR experts Channel NewsAsia spoke with when asked about the call by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong for employers to help their staff advance, regardless of their qualifications.
1017 Aug 2014 Sun
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong pays tribute to Singapore's Pioneer Generation in his National Day Rally speech, thanking them for overcoming difficult situations in the country's earlier years to build a sovereign, independent nation.