Stories By Xue Jianyue
120 Aug 2014 Wed
The Government has to find a “judicious balance” between ensuring sufficient funds for members’ retirement and allowing them to enjoy the fruits of their labour, MPs say.
219 Aug 2014 Tue
Jurong could potentially emulate idyllic places like East Coast and Punggol, but the area will need a lot of redesign, analysts say.
308 Aug 2014 Fri
Gini coefficient is at a nine-year low, but the public transport system continues to be a challenge, according to the Singapore Public Sector Outcomes Review (SPOR) was released on Aug 7 by the Ministry of Finance.
401 Aug 2014 Fri
Labour movement aims to increase take-up rate of PWM to 70 per cent by end of next year.
531 Jul 2014 Thu
The Oil, Petrochemical, Energy and Chemical industry faces challenges with manpower and has many job opportunities unfilled despite good paying jobs and prospects, said NTUC.
629 Jul 2014 Tue
Passengers suffered minor injuries in the collision at Tampines Avenue 10.
725 Jul 2014 Fri
Some fitness experts say that NSmen may be more motivated to train now that the test is easier, while others say the new test format could result in a drop in fitness level.
817 Jul 2014 Thu
The National Environment Agency expects "almost all" cleaning firms who have applied for licenses to receive them before September.
909 Jul 2014 Wed
National Library Board takes a strong pro-family stance in selecting books for young ones, says its chief librarian.
1004 Jul 2014 Fri
Other reasons for safety lapses include fatigue from working overtime and companies’ rush to finish jobs.