Stories By Xue Jianyue
127 Oct 2014 Mon
TODAY reports: The joint appeal issued on Sunday (Oct 26) by SPCA and ACRES calls for a wider definition on protected animals in the Act, including cats.
208 Oct 2014 Wed
Technological advances and globalisation are driving fundamental, long-term shifts in the global economy and the future of jobs, said Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean.
301 Oct 2014 Wed
As the new toll fee hike kicked in, traffic continued to be heavy on the Causeway, with no discernible change to previous traffic patterns.
405 Sep 2014 Fri
LTA calls tender that will allow the Tuas, Gali Batu train depots to generate clean energy for equipment.
505 Sep 2014 Fri
The technology will be used to gather data that the Singapore Tourism Board hopes will yield important consumer behavioural insights.
601 Sep 2014 Mon
More than 300 firms are waiting to hire ITE and polytechnic graduates, says Minister of State (Trade and Industry) Teo Ser Luck.
722 Aug 2014 Fri
The unionisation rate of Singapore’s resident workforce has grown by 4 percentage points from 2009 to 27 per cent last year.
820 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.
919 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.
1008 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.