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Lim Wee Kiak

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  1. MINDEF Internet system breach detected within weeks: Ong Ye Kung

    The Second Minister for Defence, citing industry reports, says that it takes an average of 150 days, or five months, before a breach is discovered ...
  2. Education system is going through an 'overwhelming adjustment': Ong Ye Kung

    Noting that no major fiscal shifts were announced in Budget 2017, Mr Ong likened the education system to a computer that remained unchanged, even ...
  3. More than 98 per cent of local employees offered re-employment in 2015: Lim Swee Say

    Speaking in Parliament, the Manpower Minister says this has contributed to the increase in the employment rate of older Singapore residents.
  4. Sembawang Hot Spring: MINDEF prepared to return land to SLA

    The return of the land the hot spring sits on will not impact MINDEF and SAF's operational requirements, said Senior Minister of State for Defence ...
  5. Cut-off points criteria for school transfer to ensure transparent, fair system: Ng Chee Meng

    More than 800 students successfully appealed and obtained a transfer this year to another secondary school. Most of these students met the ...
  6. More joining childcare sector but manpower remains tight: MSF

    Childcare operators will need to hire another 1,500 staff over the next two to three years in order to meet needs for childcare in Singapore, says ...
  7. MOE Kindergartens receive 'consistently favourable feedback': Ng Chee Meng

    The 15 Ministry of Education (MOE) kindergartens were set up in 2014 and currently serve almost 1,700 children, the Acting Minister for Education ...
  8. 4,400 A-Level students do not enrol in local universities per year: MOE

    Acting Minister for Education (Higher Education & Skills) Ong Ye Kung was responding to a question by Member of Parliament Lim Wee Kiak about the ...
  9. Ong Ye Kung, Amrin Amin join PAP's Sembawang GRC team

    Mr Ong Ye Kung - who also ran in the 2011 General Election - and Mr Amrin Amin are the new faces in the People’s Action Party’s Sembawang team.