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    Critical social service programmes to receive S$580 million over 4 years

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    Salary norms in Government-funded social service professions to increase by up to 12%

    The changes will take effect from April this year and apply to a range of jobs funded by the Ministry of Social and Family Development - such as ...
  3. Othman Wok and PM Lee Hsien Loong

    ‘We are indebted to him’: Singapore leaders pay tribute to Othman Wok

    Singapore's leaders took to social media to pay tribute to former minister Othman Wok, who died on Monday at Singapore General Hospital.
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    Othman Wok's 'greatest legacy': Administration of Muslim Law Act, says MUIS

    The development of the law, together the late Professor Ahmad Ibrahim, made the establishment of the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore ...
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    New code of governance for charities to start from 2018

    One of the changes includes requiring charities to disclose the reasons for retaining board members who have served for more than 10 consecutive ...
  6. Pedestrians pictured in a downtown financial district of Singapore on January 29, 2013

    Faster resolution of salary-related claims with new State Courts tribunal

    The new Employment Claims Tribunals to be launched on Apr 1 will see statutory salary-related claims from employees heard at the State Courts ...
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    Singapore Children's Society to run Appropriate Adult scheme

    The scheme will see trained volunteers accompanying suspects under 16 during police investigations.
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    Singapore to consider preschool model which includes children with special needs

    Other measures, such as boosting early detection of developmental delays as well as setting up a pool of trained specialists, form part of the ...
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    Public officers work tirelessly to serve Singaporeans: DPM Teo

    Mr Teo was responding to Nominated MP Kuik Shiao-Yin's heartfelt speech that asked what the public service could do for the working poor so that ...