Stories By Xue Jianyue
117 Jul 2014 Thu
The National Environment Agency expects "almost all" cleaning firms who have applied for licenses to receive them before September.
209 Jul 2014 Wed
National Library Board takes a strong pro-family stance in selecting books for young ones, says its chief librarian.
304 Jul 2014 Fri
Other reasons for safety lapses include fatigue from working overtime and companies’ rush to finish jobs.
403 Jul 2014 Thu
"Urgent and serious action" needed as trend continues despite tougher enforcement efforts.
524 Jun 2014 Tue
The rebate will compensate for running 5,000 litres of water – or about 10 days of water usage for a typical HDB household – through the taps to clear the discoloured water, PUB says.
612 Jun 2014 Thu
Such a facility will be the first of its kind here, the National Environment Agency says.
709 Jun 2014 Mon
Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean on Sunday (June 8) called for work-life balance for low-income workers.
806 Jun 2014 Fri
Employers will have to look into minimising duplication between insurance plans bought for staff and proposed scheme, NTUC chief adds.
906 Jun 2014 Fri
The National Wages Council continues to be the platform for employers, trade unions and the Government to find a "common ground", says NTUC Secretary-General Lim Swee Say.
1029 May 2014 Thu
Analysts attribute fall to clearing of backlog and strong demand in the concurrent Sale of Balance Flats exercise.