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  1. Changes in permanent secretary appointments from Nov 18

    Changes in permanent secretary appointments from Nov 18

  2. changes to permanent sec

    Changes in permanent secretary appointments from Apr 1

  3. Mr Albert Chua

    Albert Chua to take over as environment and water resources Permanent Secretary

    Mr Albert Chua, 49, will relinquish his current role as Second Permanent Secretary (Foreign Affairs) and take over when his predecessor Mr Choi ...
  4. New Content Item

    PUB to have new chairman from April

    Mr Chiang Chie Foo will take over from incumbent Mr Tan Gee Paw from Apr 1, the agency says.
  5. New Content Item

    New Smart Nation and Digital Government Office to be formed on May 1

    Permanent Secretary of Defence Development Ng Chee Khern will lead the new group when it is formed on May 1.
  6. yeo chee yan

    Religious organisations play a critical role in countering terror threat: MCCY

    “Singapore counts on our religious leaders to work with the Government to be prepared for terror threats and help others in the larger community,” ...
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    Singapore firms tapping 3D printing tech for new growth opportunities

    Some of the joint industry research projects under the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster include 3D printing of tissue implants ...
  8. Singapore and India planes

    Singapore, India renew air force agreement for another 5 years

    The renewed bilateral agreement allows the Republic of Singapore Air Force to continue its joint military training at Kalaikunda Air Force Station ...
  9. Chee Wee Kiong Liu Zhenmin

    Singapore, China to hold Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation meeting next month

    This was discussed during the 10th Bilateral Consultations between the Singapore and Chinese foreign ministries, co-chaired by Singapore's ...
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    Overall rail reliability improves, but serious delays increase: LTA

    In 2016, trains travelled an average 174,000 train-kilometres between delays of less than five minutes, up 30 per cent from 133,000 train-km in 2015.