Stories By Xue Jianyue
128 Mar 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: Standing for long hours, dealing with tearful crowds are just two of the many difficulties volunteers face at tribute centres.
226 Mar 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: There will be three intakes this year, totalling about 150 SAF volunteers, with just more than half of these Singapore citizens.
326 Mar 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Many took advantage of the extension of hours to queue in the wee hours of Thursday morning to pay their last respects to Singapore's founding Prime Minister, before heading off to work or school.
419 Mar 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Norwegian solar resources firm Renewable Energy Corp and Hong Kong majority-owned PacificLight Energy have joined hands to provide an electricity package for industrial and commercial enterprises in Singapore derived from a customised mix of solar and natural gas sources.
516 Mar 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: M1 and StarHub will ask the Infocomm Development Authority to look into allegations that a marketing agency paid bloggers to complain about their services in order to drive subscribers to rival telco Singtel.
612 Mar 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: There have been seven crane-related workplace accidents so far this year, compared to 12 for the whole of last year.
705 Mar 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Concert organisers Livescape have submitted an appeal to Minister for Home Affairs Teo Chee Hean on March 3, after the police twice rejected applications to hold the event here.
804 Mar 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: "At the end of the day, we have to take responsibility to watch over our children, our community, so they do not take up arms," says Senior Minister of State Masagos Zulkifli at the Global Security Asia 2015 conference.
924 Feb 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: The pain caused by Central Provident Fund (CPF) changes will be soothed by help from the Government in other areas, such as the extension of the Wage Credit Scheme (WCS) and deferment of foreign worker levy hikes, businesses say.
1003 Feb 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: However, observers also cautioned that more flexibility for top-ups could end up benefitting the well-off more if safeguards are not put in place.