Stories By Neo Chai Chin
125 Jul 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: "Insofar as the (Electoral Boundaries Review Committee) does not provide clear and detailed reasons for its changes, it will trigger speculation and conspiracy theories — which may or may not be justifiable or grounded in truth," says former Nominated MP Siew Kum Hong.
204 Jul 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: “In the end, if we’re really serious about climate change, then we’re facing one alternative. And that one alternative that we actually have is nuclear power,” says business strategist Peter Schwartz, who was a panellist at an Institute of Policy Studies conference.
319 Jun 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Theenatayalan Ahumoolam engaged the wrong gear of the forklift, slamming another worker against a pillar and severely fracturing his pelvis.
418 Jun 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Teen who beat up workers to practise his martial-arts skills is "more suited to community rehabilitation", says District Judge Lim Keng Yeow.
515 Jun 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chuan-Jin urges youths not to underestimate the changes that they can make "at the very local level", urging them to deconstruct "big ideas" into bite-size chunks of "things that I can do".
610 Jun 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: About three in four cases mediated last year were resolved, slightly higher than the 68.5 per cent resolution rate in 2013, says CASE.
704 Jun 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: In a wide-ranging interview, the former Cabinet minister talks about the possibility of running for president, life after politics and the "Singapore soul".
802 Jun 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: While the "use of deadly force or opening fire is not an option", officers would be justified in using deadly force in Sunday’s incident if a police officer’s life were in danger.
927 May 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: Drs Wong Meng Hang and Zhu Xiu Chun in 2012 admitted they were liable for late property management firm boss Franklin Heng Ang Tee's death. However, the latter intends to appeal the decision for damages awarded.
1026 May 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: The area was used as a hangout for drivers, as well as a farming spot for residents before the Singapore Land Authority removed items in the area and the crown of the bamboo grove.