Stories By Neo Chai Chin
111 Feb 2016 Thu
TODAY reports: The Environmental Impact Assessment (Phase One) gazetted by the Land Transport Authority last Friday includes a number of mitigating measures meant to reduce the impact of site investigation works, but some nature enthusiasts say the only acceptable impact is none at all.
210 Feb 2016 Wed
TODAY reports: The Home Nursing Foundation plans to cater for 3,900 medical or nursing cases and 680 home therapy cases by 2018, a more than 50 per cent increase from its total of 2,500 active patients currently.
329 Jan 2016 Fri
TODAY reports: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong previously announced plans to increase the number of Non-Constituency Members of Parliament and give them equal voting rights, but former NCMPs TODAY spoke to said more could be done.
412 Jan 2016 Tue
TODAY reports: The law in Singapore provides accused persons with the right to consult counsel within a “reasonable” time, and not the right of immediate access.
511 Jan 2016 Mon
The changes are to avoid “defensive medicine” – where the practice of medicine is adversely affected by a doctor’s consciousness of the risks of liability from any malpractice – and higher insurance costs.
609 Jan 2016 Sat
TODAY reports: Public support, political will and academic fervour all play a part in fostering a culture for research and development in the Scandinavian state.
708 Jan 2016 Fri
TODAY reports: The Urban Redevelopment Authority has called a tender for a new operator, but challenges on reliability and demand remain.
823 Dec 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) learnt to pay attention to safety of hospital staff managing such incidents and look beyond official sources for information, among other lessons.
918 Dec 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: But the Republic’s youth was found to be among the least optimistic on future prospects, according to an Economist Intelligence Unit study.
1016 Dec 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: Teen blogger Amos Yee was to have shown up at Jurong Police Division on Monday (Dec 14) to assist with investigations into offensive remarks about religion, but he failed to do so.