Biography of the Author Lianne Chia

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  1. Indranee Rajah talkback

    Government will help businesses transform, reduce reliance on foreign manpower: Indranee Rajah

    Speaking on radio station 938Now's Talkback show, the Second Minister for Finance and Education said automation can help businesses cut down on ...
  2. Budget 2019 tax IRAS

    Budget 2019: Tax system to be made more progressive and resilient

    Tax incentives will also be extended and strengthened to enhance Singapore’s business competitiveness, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said in his ...
  3. Budget 2019 Elderly

    Budget 2019: S$1.1 billion Bicentennial Bonus for Singaporeans

    The bonus will comprise several components meant to provide additional support to different groups of people, including lower-income Singaporeans, ...
  4. file photo of exam paper

    Missing exam papers: Collaboration with Cambridge 'worth keeping', says Ong Ye Kung

    The Education Minister responded on Monday (Feb 11) in Parliament to questions from MPs on two recent incidents which saw students’ examination ...
  5. teachnlearn lesson

    Tuition anytime, anywhere: Online platform hopes to become the ‘Airbnb of tuition’

    Singapore-based start-up teachnlearn’s online platform allows tutors to list their services and conduct their lessons online.
  6. Last Day At Work Doris Choy

    Last Day At Work: The pre-school teacher who’s a child at heart

    In a series where Channel NewsAsia profiles individuals leaving the workforce after long and storied careers, Lianne Chia speaks to “Teacher ...
  7. Crime scene VR training

    ‘Like being in a baby walker’: Trying out the VR technology used to train crime scene specialists

    The Home Team has prototyped a training platform that uses VR technology to allow crime scene specialists to learn and practice their skills in an ...
  8. MSF early intervention

    MSF to enhance early intervention framework; more support for children with developmental needs

    It will also increase its subsidies for early intervention programmes, with parents having to pay between 30 and 70 per cent less on average, it ...