Stories By Dylan Loh
111 Dec 2013 Wed
Singapore's goal to shorten waiting times for commuters on its two oldest rail networks looks to be on track with a new testing facility run by Thales.
210 Dec 2013 Tue
As of 6am on Tuesday, eight more Indian nationals were arrested in the wake of the Little India riot on Sunday. And more people may be apprehended in the coming days, said police in a news conference.
310 Dec 2013 Tue
There is no evidence to suggest that the foreign workers involved in the Little India riot were unhappy with their employers or the government, said Law and Foreign Affairs Minister K Shanmugam.
410 Dec 2013 Tue
"A great friend of Singapore" -- that was how Foreign Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam described the late Nelson Mandela.
507 Dec 2013 Sat
Commuters can ride for free on the Downtown Line 1 (DTL1) rail network till 1 January next year, in a move meant to get commuters accustomed to using Singapore's newest train service.
606 Dec 2013 Fri
Work on stages 2 and 3 of Singapore's Downtown Line is progressing well. Stage 2's stations and tunnels are about 70 per cent finished and on track for completion by mid-2016, and stage 3 is about 50 per cent done, with completion slated in 2017.
702 Dec 2013 Mon
Over 160 students from five polytechnics worked to come up with solutions to real problems faced by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
830 Nov 2013 Sat
Over 4,000 people braved the rain on Saturday to celebrate the abilities of people with special needs at Hong Lim Park. The event was dubbed “The Purple Parade”, and was held for the first time in Singapore.
930 Nov 2013 Sat
The National Crime Prevention Council has launched a comedy on video-sharing site YouTube to tell the public to be aware as they celebrate.
1030 Nov 2013 Sat
National Servicemen (NSmen) can expect more lifestyle benefits as a result of a collaboration between recreational association SAFRA and DBS Bank. The partnership has produced a new credit card and debit card, which will be offered to SAFRA's over 500,000 members from April next year.