Stories By Neo Chai Chin
127 Feb 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Students and alumni of the eight affected universities are concerned that their universities will be perceived as inferior to those still on the list.
224 Feb 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: The Law Society had applied to the court for an order for Mr Ravi to submit to a medical exam, after stopping him from practising earlier this month until he was certified fit by a psychiatrist.
313 Feb 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Deputy Chief Prosecutor (DCP) Tan Ken Hwee had submitted a question to the Court of Appeal last December to seek jail sentences for people who lie to public servants during inquiries on matters of public sector governance, following the Brompton bike case ruling.
406 Feb 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: After missing two deadlines on Jan 29 and Feb 2, blogger Roy Ngerng has paid Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong S$29,000 in total costs for court proceedings in a defamation case.
519 Jan 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: Tampines MP Mah Bow Tan urged individuals at a community dialogue to be vigilant and stay united.
619 Jan 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: With fewer work-pass holders, blue-collar jobs are likely to be better paid in future, says Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Grace Fu.
716 Jan 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Eric Ding has his jail term for bribing football match officials increased from three years to five years, after the Judge said his earlier sentence was manifestly inadequate.
814 Jan 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: 30-year-old Jabing Kho was sentenced to death by the Court of Appeal on Wednesday morning (Jan 14) for the murder of a construction worker in 2008.
909 Jan 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Sisters’ Island Marine Park could feature recreational diving spots and improved walkways and shelters. A floating boardwalk could be built off Labrador Nature Reserve, while Changi Beach Park could offer visitors up-close experiences with marine life.
1007 Jan 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: Dr Cherian George alleged that he was denied tenure by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) for political reasons. In response, NTU said its tenure process was rigorous and “purely a peer-driven academic exercise” by internal and external reviewers.