Biography of the Author Lianne Chia

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  1. Why do we still keep schtum about our salaries?

    More funding for unionised firms that commit to training, raising worker salaries

    Eligible companies will receive an additional 10 per cent of support from the labour movement if they apply for the Enterprise Development Grant, ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong arrives at the Hangzhou Exhibition Cent

    Strong labour movement remains ‘crucial’ to Singapore: PM Lee

    In his May Day Message on Tuesday (Apr 30), Mr Lee also commended the work of the Labour Movement, pointing out that it has “good reason” to be ...
  3. File Photo Josephine Teo

    Consensus to raise retirement, re-employment age ‘a significant milestone’: Josephine Teo

    In her May Day Message released on Monday (Apr 29), the Manpower Minister said she is confident that the move will motivate both workers and ...
  4. Singapore skyline, CBD

    Ensure rules that are set can be followed, Chee Hong Tat urges internal auditors

    Speaking at a conference on Thursday (Apr 25), the Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry stressed that when rules and procedures are ...
  5. Alief 1

    ‘They are all winners in our eyes’: How being judged in SYF alongside mainstream schools helped Pathlight students build confidence

    This year’s Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation was opened up to all special education schools for the first time – and they were held to ...
  6. Timetabling committee 1

    ‘Like a jigsaw puzzle’: The challenging task of generating school timetables

    Preparing school timetables is a complex task - soon to be made even more complicated with the rollout of full subject-based banding in secondary ...
  7. MBS Expansion Aerial Rendering

    Integrated resorts 'cannot be the centrepiece' of Singapore’s economy: Chan Chun Sing

    In a media interview on Friday (Apr 5), Mr Chan stressed the importance of diversifying the economy, so as to ensure that Singapore is "never held ...
  8. file photo hacking doxxing laptop keyboard 2

    ‘Doxxing’ to be criminalised under amendments to Protection from Harassment Act

    The Ministry of Law said there has been an increasing trend in an individual’s personal information being consolidated and published online, with ...
  9. Doxxing to be made a crime in Singapore | Video
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    Doxxing to be made a crime in Singapore | Video

    Doxxing someone as an act of revenge will soon be a crime punishable by jail or a fine of up to S$5,000. CNA's Lianne Chia explains.
  10. Hyflux Singapore

    Government cannot use taxpayers' money to bail out Hyflux investors: Masagos

    Speaking in Parliament on Monday (Apr 1), the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources said that investors in search of returns must ...