Stories By Xue Jianyue
124 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.
203 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.
305 Jan 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: More than 30 students from Pangkalan Bun gave up their two-week mid-term break to help search teams with handling debris and bodies from the AirAsia QZ8501 crash.
429 Dec 2014 Mon
TODAY reports: More intermediary options can be added to augment the public transport system, said experts.
529 Dec 2014 Mon
TODAY reports: Productivity woes and the end of the Wage Credit Scheme may hit wage growth in Singapore, especially given the poor global outlook, say experts.
624 Dec 2014 Wed
TODAY reports: A "show cause" hearing opens up the possibility of an offender being unlawfully punished twice for the same offence, said Judicial Commissioner See Kee Oon.
710 Dec 2014 Wed
TODAY reports: A one-month trial of having a separate queue for premium taxis at Changi Airport's Terminal 1 "to ensure efficient despatch of taxis" has been halted abruptly after just one day.
809 Dec 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: Though the use of electric vehicles is technically feasible here, the open market value of each is about three times that of regular cars.