Biography of the Author Sara Grosse

Sara Grosse

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    MOH seeks views on proposed MediShield coverage extension

    The Ministry of Health has proposed enhancements to MediShield, its catastrophic illness insurance scheme, to provider greater coverage from the ...
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    1,135 couples who booked flats over past 3 years cancelled their bookings

    4.3 per cent, or 1,135 couples, who had booked a flat from 2009 to 2011 and the first half of 2012, cancelled their bookings and had to forfeit ...
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    More MRT stations to have additional flood protection measures

    Additional flood protection measures like floodgates and flood barrier walls will be implemented at 11 MRT stations by the end of the year.
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    Operators can be fined up to S$1m for overcrowded trains

    Train operators can be fined up to S$1 million if they breach train loading standards.
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    Over S$115m spent on NDP over past decade

    Over S$115 million has been spent on the National Day Parade (NDP) over the past 10 years.
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    Khaw Boon Wan clarifies status of Toa Payoh SERS flats

    Minister for National Development Khaw Boon Wan said Block 31 at Lorong 6 Toa Payoh is managed by HDB for needy Singaporeans and is not leased to ...
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    British High Commission re-opens Thatcher book of condolence

    At the British High Commission in Singapore, the Union Jack was flown at half mast on Wednesday as a mark of respect to the late former British ...
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    S'pore can learn from others to improve healthcare: PM Lee

    Singapore has made progress on public health care challenges, but Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says there is still room for improvement and ...
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    Grace Fu signs Thatcher condolence book

    Second Minister for Foreign Affairs Grace Fu on Wednesday signed a condolence book for the late British prime minister Margaret Thatcher’s family.
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    More rebates for senior union members under NTUC's U65+ programme

    Under the Labour Movement, older workers can now look forward to more membership rebates catering to their needs, which includes medical benefits.