Commuters waiting at bus stops in Singapore could be breathing in three-and-a-half times more toxic gases and particles than at ambient levels, researchers from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology and NUS found.
The award will also help disability employment professionals to deepen their competencies to provide better services to those with disabilities, as well as employers in the area.
The Manpower Minister said the Government is helping industries to transform their business models to create better jobs, adding that it hopes to develop virtual career fairs as the main platform to match PMET jobseekers with suitable jobs.
The Culture, Community and Youth Minister was responding to Member of Parliament Lee Bee Wah, who said Singaporeans had nearly missed an opportunity to bond over watching Joseph Schooling clinch a gold medal "live".
Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang's visit marks the 43rd anniversary of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Vietnam.
"I am very happy. I feel that the Swimming Ah Boy has helped to boost our reputation," says the co-owner of Bee Bee Carrot Cake at Marine Terrace.
In court on Tuesday, Yang admitted that he misappropriated S$500,000 belonging to Madam Chung Khin Chun in 2010 and S$600,000 in 2012.
Former China tour guide Yang Yin was entrusted with S$500,000 by an 89-year-old Singaporean widow to buy a painting, but he did not use it for its intended purpose and instead procured a replica as a cover-up, says the prosecution.
Olympic gold medallist Joseph Schooling may continue to have his National Service deferred if the swimmer continues to meet the conditions set, says Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen.
With 80 per cent of Singaporeans living in HDB flats, the Government will continue to improve the quality of public housing, while ensuring that it remains affordable, said Mr Lawrence Wong.