Stories By Neo Chai Chin
119 Nov 2014 Wed
TODAY reports: In a position paper submitted to the authorities, the Nature Society says Pulau Ubin should be given the same level of protection as a nature reserve.
212 Nov 2014 Wed
TODAY reports: Dr Amaldass, a general practitioner, was censured by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) in May this year and sentenced to a four-month suspension as well as a S$5,000 fine for failing to discharge duty of care.
307 Nov 2014 Fri
TODAY reports: With the ongoing deforestation of peatlands in Indonesia, haze episodes may become increasingly frequent, according to the Centre for International Forestry Research.
403 Nov 2014 Mon
TODAY reports: Visa facilitation could result in up to 504,000 more visitors in 2016 and an additional S$768 million to S$1.08 billion in tourism receipts for Singapore, a report estimates.
527 Oct 2014 Mon
TODAY reports: The National Addictions Management Service has seen a 17 per cent rise in gambling cases here, although it says the increase does not necessarily indicate that the number of gambling addicts is rising.
624 Oct 2014 Fri
TODAY reports: If inducement were necessary, it would “undermine the entire object of the Prevention of Corruption Act”, the Court of Appeal says.
723 Oct 2014 Thu
TODAY reports: Ms Han’s lawyer says NParks’ decision not to approve her applications for use of the Speakers’ Corner is a threat to her constitutional rights.
823 Oct 2014 Thu
TODAY reports: The company has reportedly made substantial investments to improve the working environment to ensure no repeat of the tragedy.
921 Oct 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: The Attorney-General said two posts on the Yawning Bread blog insinuate that the Chief Justice had a “vested and improper interest in the issue of the constitutionality of S377A”, and that there is a systemic bias within the judiciary on the issue of homosexuality.
1021 Oct 2014 Tue
TODAY reports: Huttons Asia agent Kuan Chow Sheng pleaded guilty to nine of 27 charges for breaching DNC Registry rules that came into effect on Jan 2.