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Contractor, supplier jointly at fault in crane accident

Contractor, supplier jointly at fault in crane accident
SINGAPORE: The fault for a tower crane’s wire rope snapping, sending a 500kg load crashing onto a container site office in a 2009 accident that killed one and severely injured another, lies equally with the crane supplier and the contractor operating...

Strength of govt’s investment system is “we have assets that exceed our liabilities”: Tharman

Strength of govt’s investment system is “we have assets that exceed our liabilities”: Tharman
SINGAPORE: Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam fielded questions about the Central Provident Fund (CPF) and retirement adequacy at a forum organised by the Institute of Policy Studies on Tuesday (July 22).  Questions tou...

Philippine partners responsible for maid documentation, say S'pore agencies

Philippine partners responsible for maid documentation, say S'pore agencies
SINGAPORE: Singaporean Yvonne Phua, who is currently under arrest in the Philippines for suspected human trafficking, allegedly brought Filipino maids into Singapore illegally as a recruiter for PEM Maid Employment Agency. But the agency claims that ...

31 schools over-subscribed for P1 registration Phase 2B

31 schools over-subscribed for P1 registration Phase 2B
SINGAPORE: More schools are likely to conduct balloting this year for Phase 2B of the Primary One school registration, which ended today (July 22).Balloting takes place when there are more children registered than the number of vacancies available. P...

PM Lee congratulates Indonesia's Joko Widodo on election win

PM Lee congratulates Indonesia's Joko Widodo on election win
SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has congratulated Joko Widodo on winning the Indonesia election.In a Facebook post on Tuesday (July 22), Mr Lee said that he was “looking forward to working with (Mr Widodo) to strength Indonesia-Singapore fr...

CPF system will evolve to meet changing needs: DPM Tharman

CPF system will evolve to meet changing needs: DPM Tharman
SINGAPORE: The Government is considering studying ways to provide better options for Central Provident Fund (CPF) members who are able to take higher risks to earn higher income from investing their CPF monies. Speaking at a forum on CPF and Retireme...

First Sponsor Group makes SGX debut

First Sponsor Group makes SGX debut
SINGAPORE: First Sponsor Group, a China-focused real estate company, made its debut on the mainboard on Tuesday (July 22). The counter started the day at S$1.47 - 3 cents below its Initial Public Offering (IPO) price of S$1.50.The shares hit an intra...

3 Singapore food chains say they don't import meat from scandal-hit factory

3 Singapore food chains say they don't import meat from scandal-hit factory
SINGAPORE: Three of Singapore's fast food chains say they do not import meat from the Shanghai factory that is at the heart of China's stale meat scandal.Shanghai authorities on Sunday shut an OSI plant - a supplier to McDonald's and KFC in China - f...

Match-fixer Eric Ding’s sentencing adjourned to Thursday

Match-fixer Eric Ding’s sentencing adjourned to Thursday
SINGAPORE: Convicted match-fixer Eric Ding will know his fate on Thursday (July 24), after Tuesday’s session to decide on his sentence was adjourned. The businessman was found guilty on July 1 of three charges of bribing three Lebanese football offic...

48 students receive MND EDGE scholarships

48 students receive MND EDGE scholarships
SINGAPORE: There are 48 recipients for scholarships offered by the Ministry of National Development's Executive Development and Growth Exchange (MND EDGE) programme this year.They received certificates from National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan...

Bringing 'good people' into Public Service more challenging now: DPM Teo

Bringing 'good people' into Public Service more challenging now: DPM Teo
SINGAPORE: Bringing "good people" into the Public Service is now more challenging than it was in the 1970s or 80s, said Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean.With the growth of the Singapore economy, DPM Teo noted there are many more attractive opportu...

Social services should be included in infrastructure planning: Chan Chun Sing

Social services should be included in infrastructure planning: Chan Chun Sing
SINGAPORE: The social service sector must be elevated to be equally important as national defence and healthcare, said Social and Family Development Minister Chan Chun Sing on Tuesday (July 22), at a conference organised by the National Council of So...

85-year-old man dies of dengue, the second such death this year

85-year-old man dies of dengue, the second such death this year
SINGAPORE: An elderly man has died from dengue fever, the second such death this year. He was an 85-year-old resident of Joo Chiat Lane, and the area was a former dengue cluster and had 15 cases.The patient was diagnosed with dengue and admitted to P...

More S'pore consumers worried about job prospects, saving more: Survey

More S'pore consumers worried about job prospects, saving more: Survey
SINGAPORE: Consumer confidence in Singapore remains fairly constant in the second quarter of 2014, with a slight dip driven by an increase in consumers who feel worried about their future job prospects.This is according to the latest Nielsen Global S...

CPF under review to better buffer against inflation: Manpower Minister

CPF under review to better buffer against inflation: Manpower Minister
SINGAPORE:  The Government is looking at how it calculates the Central Provident Fund (CPF) Minimum Sum figure, and the amount by which it should go up every year, based on inflation, said Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin on Tuesday (July 22) at a for...

Liverpool legends to challenge Singapore footballing heroes

Liverpool legends to challenge Singapore footballing heroes
SINGAPORE: A team of former Liverpool players will face off against several of Singapore’s football heroes, in an 11-a-side match at Jalan Besar Stadium on Nov 15. The team, which will include Steve McManaman, Michael Thomas, Phil Babb, Steve Harknes...

450,000 seniors to receive Pioneer Generation Package pack next month

450,000 seniors to receive Pioneer Generation Package pack next month
SINGAPORE: About 450,000 seniors can expect to receive their Pioneer Generation Package welcome pack next month.The welcome pack contains the Pioneer Generation Card, which entitles seniors to receive special subsidies at general practitioner (GP) an...

SingTel donates S$1.1m to Enabling Innovation Centre

SingTel donates S$1.1m to Enabling Innovation Centre
SINGAPORE: SG Enable, the agency dedicated to enabling people with disabilities, got a boost on Tuesday (July 22) with a S$1.1 million donation from Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) to help establish and operate the Enabling Innovation Centre (...

Playing with sparklers? Be responsible, say the police

Playing with sparklers? Be responsible, say the police
SINGAPORE: The police have issued an advisory on the safe use of sparklers in the lead-up to the Hari Raya Puasa celebrations.“While the importation and sale of some types of sparklers are legal in Singapore, the use of sparklers should be done in a ...

Google honours Singapore national anthem composer Zubir Said

Google honours Singapore national anthem composer Zubir Said
SINGAPORE: On what would have been his 107th birthday, local composer Zubir Said - best known for composing Singapore's national anthem - received a digital homage: His own Google Doodle.The personalised caricature of Zubir Said in front of the Googl...

HDB resale flat sellers can ask for extension of stay

HDB resale flat sellers can ask for extension of stay
SINGAPORE: Sellers of Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats will be able to negotiate with their buyers for a temporary extension of stay in their flats, allowing them to stay in their former homes for up to three months, the HDB said on Tuesday ...

More than 1,000 dengue cases reported in past 11 days

More than 1,000 dengue cases reported in past 11 days
SINGAPORE: The number of dengue cases continues to climb in Singapore, with more than 1,000 dengue cases added to the figure reported on July 10, according to data from the National Environment Agency (NEA).The NEA website on dengue showed that 11,22...

Keppel subsidiary OMS gets go-ahead to explore seabed for minerals

Keppel subsidiary OMS gets go-ahead to explore seabed for minerals
SINGAPORE: Ocean Mineral Singapore (OMS), a local firm majority owned by Keppel Corp, has obtained international approval to explore the ocean seabed for minerals.The approval from the International Seabed Authority (ISA) - an entity established unde...

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LRT network buckling under ageing infrastructure

LRT network buckling under ageing infrastructure
SINGAPORE: The Light Rail Transit (LRT) network is feeling the pressure of its ageing infrastructure and growing ridership, with more service delays of more than five minutes per 100,000km.This is especially apparent for the 14-year-old Bukit Panjang...

PM Lee Hsien Loong attends break fast event at Mujahidin mosque

PM Lee Hsien Loong attends break fast event at Mujahidin mosque
SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong attended a break fast event at the Mujahidin mosque this evening (July 21).Before the event, he visited the Kampong Holland mosque committee's office, which has relocated to the Mujahidin mosque.He also inter...

Restructuring key to manufacturing sector's revival, say experts

Restructuring key to manufacturing sector's revival, say experts
SINGAPORE: Recent weakness in GDP growth numbers has raised concerns over the health of Singapore's manufacturing economy. As restructuring gets underway and costs rise, there are fears more firms may move out of Singapore."We do expect that more fir...

Negotiated solution is best way forward for Iran’s nuclear programme: MFA

Negotiated solution is best way forward for Iran’s nuclear programme: MFA
SINGAPORE: A negotiated solution is the best way forward with regards to Iran’s nuclear programme, said a spokesman from Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA).MFA responded on Monday (July 21) to media queries about the four-month extension o...

Remembering the 1964 race riots

Remembering the 1964 race riots
SINGAPORE: On this day (July 21) 50 years ago, violence erupted in many parts of Singapore. It was the start of what became known as the 1964 race riots.Against the backdrop of political tension between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, more than 20,000 Ma...

 Keppel REIT's property income up 14% to S$94 million

Keppel REIT's property income up 14% to S$94 million
SINGAPORE: Keppel REIT, one of the largest real estate investment trusts listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading, has seen its property income rise 14 per cent year-on-year to S$94.1 million in the first half of 2014.This was mainly attri...

19 primary schools over-subscribed on first day of P1 Phase 2B registration

19 primary schools over-subscribed on first day of P1 Phase 2B registration
SINGAPORE: 19 primary schools are already over-subscribed on day one of primary school registration, Phase 2B. These schools are likely to see balloting after this phase ends tomorrow.Phase 2B is for children of parent volunteers, community leaders, ...

New initiatives for youths to learn about heritage of grassroots movement

New initiatives for youths to learn about heritage of grassroots movement
SINGAPORE: The National Community Leadership Institute has launched two new initiatives to reach out to youths, hoping to inspire them to serve the community.  It is partnering schools to reach out to 28,000 youths this year - to teach them about the...

President Tony Tan Keng Yam to support Singapore athletes at Commonwealth Games

President Tony Tan Keng Yam to support Singapore athletes at Commonwealth Games
SINGAPORE: President Tony Tan Keng Yam will represent Singapore at the Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.The President's Office on Monday (July 21) said that from July 22 to 27, he will also be supporting Team Singapore athletes par...

7 in 10 NSmen in their 30s fail annual IPPT: training expert

7 in 10 NSmen in their 30s fail annual IPPT: training expert
SINGAPORE: Seven in 10 National Servicemen in their 30s fail their annual Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT), and this failure rate rises as the NSmen age. This is based on the experience of a former head of physical training in the army, Mr...

Singaporeans visiting Australia can use self-service passport gate

Singaporeans visiting Australia can use self-service passport gate
SINGAPORE: Australia on Monday (July 21) expanded its SmartGate self-service passport processing capabilities to eligible Singapore nationals visiting the country.Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Michaelia Cash said use of the...

SCDF operational exercise at Marina Bay Floating Platform on Wednesday

SCDF operational exercise at Marina Bay Floating Platform on Wednesday
SINGAPORE: The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) will be conducting a ground deployment exercise at the Marina Bay Floating Platform on Wednesday (July 23). The exercise will begin at 1:30am and end at about 3:30am.To facilitate the movement and d...

MAS proposes strengthening safeguards for investors

MAS proposes strengthening safeguards for investors
SINGAPORE: The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Monday (July 21) proposed several measures aimed at offering better investor protection, in light of the growing number of complex investment products available on the market.The proposed change...

LTA to fine train operators S$1.65 million for 5 incidents

LTA to fine train operators S$1.65 million for 5 incidents
SINGAPORE: The Land Transport Authority (LTA) said it intends to fine train operators SMRT and SBS Transit a total of S$1.65 million for five separate incidents between October 2013 and May this year which led to disruptions in service.SMRT will incu...

Fewer train withdrawals, service delays so far in 2014: LTA

Fewer train withdrawals, service delays so far in 2014: LTA
SINGAPORE: The frequency of train service withdrawals and service delays across the entire local train network has improved so far this year compared to 2013, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said on Monday (July 21).The number of service delays al...

For sustainable growth, Singapore can't just do more of the same: DPM Teo

For sustainable growth, Singapore can't just do more of the same: DPM Teo
SINGAPORE: Singapore has to strengthen its track record of trust, knowledge, connectivity, and livability to attract global companies to set up shop in the country, but must also position itself where it can add most value, said Deputy Prime Minister...

Singapore-Australia trade relations to be discussed in August

Singapore-Australia trade relations to be discussed in August
SINGAPORE: Ways to advance bilateral relations between Singapore and Australia will be on the agenda during a meeting in August.Minister for Trade and Industry Lim Hng Kiang met with Australia's Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb on Sunday...

Changi Airport launches Singapore Food Street at Terminal 3

Changi Airport launches Singapore Food Street at Terminal 3
SINGAPORE: Playing up Singapore's well-known reputation for good food, Changi Airport Group (CAG) has introduced a Singapore Food Street, which boasts fare from 13 popular local hawker stalls.In a statement on Monday (July 21), CAG said it had set as...

ITE, PSA ink S$2.5m deal to develop next generation of port specialists

ITE, PSA ink S$2.5m deal to develop next generation of port specialists
SINGAPORE: The Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and PSA Corporation signed a S$2.5 million agreement on Monday (21 July) aimed at developing the next generation of port specialists.Under the five-year deal, ITE students will get more hands-on l...

Tourists to Singapore spent S$6b in first quarter of 2014: STB

Tourists to Singapore spent S$6b in first quarter of 2014: STB
SINGAPORE: Tourism receipts for the first three months of 2014 grew 5 per cent on-year to S$6 billion, according to the latest Tourism Sector Performance report by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).Growth in tourism receipts was driven by Sightseeing...

Sembcorp Marine wins S$600m FPSO conversion contract

Sembcorp Marine wins S$600m FPSO conversion contract
SINGAPORE: Singapore oil rig builder Sembcorp Marine on Monday (July 21) announced a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) conversion contract worth about S$600 million from Saipem, France, in another sign of continued healthy demand for ...

Fraudulent GST claims land manager in jail for 18 weeks

Fraudulent GST claims land manager in jail for 18 weeks
SINGAPORE: A manager at an IT firm was sentenced to 18 weeks' jail and a fine of S$183,925.62 on Monday (July 21) for making fraudulent Goods and Services Tax (GST) returns.Samuel Sim Choon Hock pleaded guilty to eight charges of making fraudulent GS...

We must embrace diversity - and not just among Singapore's 'main races': Heng

We must embrace diversity - and not just among Singapore's 'main races': Heng
SINGAPORE: There is much to celebrate about Singapore and its state of racial harmony, but there are "areas that we need to work on", said Education Minister Heng Swee Keat on Monday (July 21).Mr Heng said a recent study on indicators of racial and r...

Inflation expectations in Singapore lowest in nearly 3 years: SMU

Inflation expectations in Singapore lowest in nearly 3 years: SMU
SINGAPORE: Inflation expectations in Singapore fell to its lowest since a Singapore Management University (SMU) survey began nearly three years ago, helped by the Government's property cooling measures and expectations that car prices will stabilise....

Wanted: New organiser for OCBC Cycle 2015

Wanted: New organiser for OCBC Cycle 2015
SINGAPORE: A new event organiser is wanted to help OCBC Bank refresh its OCBC Cycle events in Singapore and Malaysia, the bank said on Monday (July 21).OCBC said it is looking to work with a new event organiser to "deliver a new concept for OCBC Cycl...

Extended SBS Transit bus and train services on eve of Hari Raya Puasa

Extended SBS Transit bus and train services on eve of Hari Raya Puasa
SINGAPORE: SBS Transit will be extending the operating hours of its train and bus services on the eve of Hari Raya Puasa.Train services on the North East MRT Line and the Punggol and Sengkang LRT systems will run until later in the early hours of the...

Teens preserve the past with life stories of pioneers

Teens preserve the past with life stories of pioneers
SINGAPORE: Every fortnight, a group of three to four teenagers will go around the heartlands in search of old people to talk to. In fluent dialects, they try to elicit as many details of the past as possible to come up with a profile of these pioneer...

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Discovery of breast tumour gene may help clinicians in diagnosis

Discovery of breast tumour gene may help clinicians in diagnosis
SINGAPORE: Singapore scientists have discovered a genetic cause of common breast tumours in women. This will potentially make it easier for clinicians to distinguish benign breast tumours from cancerous ones.Fibroadenomas are the most common benign b...

Cycle Singapore 2015 to limit participant numbers

Cycle Singapore 2015 to limit participant numbers
SINGAPORE: Next year's Cycle Singapore race will be limited to about 10,000 participants, its organiser Spectrum Worldwide told Channel NewsAsia.This is to enhance safety, said Spectrum, who split with sponsor OCBC following the death of a rider in t...

10,000 attend Punggol racial harmony parade

10,000 attend Punggol racial harmony parade
SINGAPORE: The streets of Punggol were splashed with colour on Sunday as residents dressed up in traditional costumes of Singapore's different races for a street parade and carnival as part of Punggol North's racial and religious harmony celebrations...

200 needy families to get smoke alarm installed for free

200 needy families to get smoke alarm installed for free
SINGAPORE: About 200 needy families in Ang Mo Kio GRC will get a smoke alarm installed in their homes for free - a first for a public housing estate. The installation will be completed by the end of next month.The initiative is part of a project by t...

S'pore shares global outrage & sadness over MH17: Yaacob

S'pore shares global outrage & sadness over MH17: Yaacob
SINGAPORE: Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim said Singapore shares the outrage and sadness felt across the world over the downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17, which killed all 298 people on board. He said world leaders have to ...

Special needs participants get taste of dragon boating

Special needs participants get taste of dragon boating
SINGAPORE: People with special needs got a taste of dragon boating at Jurong Lake on Sunday afternoon. They took part in a race which was aimed at encouraging interaction between able-bodied people and those with special needs.Among the more than 300...

Residents do the 'Nanyang Wave'

Residents do the 'Nanyang Wave'
SINGAPORE: It is three weeks to the nation's birthday and residents in the Nanyang constituency in Jurong West are already in the mood to celebrate. They have come up with, what they call, the 'Nanyang Wave'.In their own creative spin of the Kallang ...

NSmen the cornerstone of Singapore defence: DPM Tharman

NSmen the cornerstone of Singapore defence: DPM Tharman
SINGAPORE: With tensions rising in the region, and security challenges such as terrorism, natural disasters, biological pandemics and cyber threats becoming transnational issues, Singapore must never take its success and stability for granted, said D...

3 dead as Singapore-registered barge sinks off Batam

3 dead as Singapore-registered barge sinks off Batam
SINGAPORE: Three people - including one Singaporean - died when a Singapore-registered barge sank 2 nautical miles off Batam, on Friday night (July 18), the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said on Sunday.The MPA said that the barge, Po...

S Iswaran to visit Cambodia to strengthen bilateral economic ties

S Iswaran to visit Cambodia to strengthen bilateral economic ties
SINGAPORE: Minister in the Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade and Industry S Iswaran is making an official visit to Cambodia on Monday (July 21), to strengthen bilateral economic ties.In a statement on Sunday (July...

Pang Sua Pond in Bukit Panjang undergoes makeover

Pang Sua Pond in Bukit Panjang undergoes makeover
SINGAPORE: Pang Sua Pond in Bukit Panjang will be undergoing a S$6.8 million makeover under PUB's Active, Beautiful, Clean (ABC) Waters Programme.A new boardwalk will be built by 2016, which will allow residents to have greater connectivity to severa...

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S$2.2m raised for new Bukit Gombak Community Club

S$2.2m raised for new Bukit Gombak Community Club
SINGAPORE: Some S$2.2 million was raised for the soon-to-be-built Bukit Gombak Community Club from a gala dinner on Saturday evening (July 19). Residents in Bukit Gombak will soon get a new place to relax, learn and nurture their interests.Prime Mini...

S$500,000 Maritime Heritage Fund launched

S$500,000 Maritime Heritage Fund launched
SINGAPORE: A S$500,000 Maritime Heritage Fund was launched on Saturday (July 19) by the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) and National Heritage Board (NHB).The money will support initiatives to raise awareness of Singapore's maritime heritage, includ...

SIA says sorry for ‘insensitive’ MH17 post

SIA says sorry for ‘insensitive’ MH17 post
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) on Saturday (July 19) apologised for its social media postings following the crash of Malaysia Airlines MH17.“We are aware that our Facebook and Twitter update on Friday morning may have come across as insensitive ...

Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall holds open house

Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall holds open house
SINGAPORE: The historic doors of the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall were re-opened to the public on Saturday (July 19). The open house, which runs until Sunday, includes free guided tours and special performances by arts groups.Visitors can experi...

'Young leaders' bring cheer to senior activity centre

'Young leaders' bring cheer to senior activity centre
SINGAPORE: Eighty 'young leaders' from 13 countries are in Singapore for an annual summit, and earlier this week, they had taken part in a television and radio workshop at MediaCorp.MediaCorp is participating in the Hwa Chong Asia-Pacific Young Leade...

National Library saga highlights "divisive" issues: Amy Khor

National Library saga highlights "divisive" issues: Amy Khor
SINGAPORE: Keeping the two books and moving them to the adult section is "the way forward", said Senior Minister of State for Health and Manpower Dr Amy Khor.This will give parents the option to borrow the books and read them to their children.Dr Kho...

Guidelines drafted on animal welfare in Singapore

Guidelines drafted on animal welfare in Singapore
SINGAPORE: A 15-member committee comprising animal lovers, parliamentarians, and grassroots leader have come up with guidelines on what the basic standard of animal welfare in Singapore should be.The guidelines, collected in two Codes of Animal Welfa...

Home delivery services see brisk business in Ramadan

Home delivery services see brisk business in Ramadan
SINGAPORE: More Malay-Muslim families are turning to home delivery services for meals to break their fast.Businesses Channel NewsAsia spoke to say orders have increased between 60 per cent and 100 per cent in Ramadan, compared to other months. These ...

Rate of potential mosquito breeding still “unacceptably high”

Rate of potential mosquito breeding still “unacceptably high”
SINGAPORE: The rate of potential mosquito breeding in construction sites and homes is still "unacceptably high", said Minister for Environment and Water Resources Vivian Balakrishnan.Dr Balakrishnan said Singaporeans have to take responsibility of th...

NEA to continue stepping up enforcement against litterbugs

NEA to continue stepping up enforcement against litterbugs
SINGAPORE: The National Environment Agency (NEA) will continue to step up enforcement against litterbugs, but it is hoped this will ease once the anti-littering message is ingrained.Minister for Environment and Water Resources Dr Vivian Balakrishnan ...

Victory for European Commission's next president 'decisive': PM Lee

Victory for European Commission's next president 'decisive': PM Lee
SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong sent a congratulatory letter to the President-elect of the European Commission (EC), Mr Jean-Claude Juncker, on Wednesday (July 16) saying that his victory in the election was "decisive", according to a Minis...

HDB releases 3,841 flats in latest BTO exercise

HDB releases 3,841 flats in latest BTO exercise
SINGAPORE: The Housing and Development Board (HDB) has launched 3,841 new flats in six projects across various locations on Saturday (July 19).They are in Punggol, Sembawang, Woodlands, Yishun and the mature town of Toa Payoh. This is the fourth Buil...

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Exhibition on Bukit Brown Cemetery opens Saturday

Exhibition on Bukit Brown Cemetery opens Saturday
SINGAPORE: A diverse range of documents, photographs and objects about the Bukit Brown Cemetery will be displayed at a three-month long exhibition held at the National Library which opens from Saturday (July 19) to October 10.Visitors will get a glim...

Trading Atrium launched in Singapore

Trading Atrium launched in Singapore
SINGAPORE: A new trading platform has been launched in Singapore offering Asia's first multi-asset, broker-neutral trading facility to proprietary trading firms and hedge funds.Called the Trading Atrium, it is set up by Neo & Partners Global, a Singa...

Singapore's healthcare system lauded by World Bank President

Singapore's healthcare system lauded by World Bank President
SINGAPORE: Singapore's healthcare system has been lauded by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim. Dr Kim was in Singapore on Friday (July 18), following visits to Vietnam and the Philippines. He told Channel NewsAsia that he extended his trip to Singapo...

Three Singapore students missed MH17 flight due to booking issues

Three Singapore students missed MH17 flight due to booking issues
SINGAPORE: Three undergraduates from Singapore are relieved they were not on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which crashed in eastern Ukraine after being allegedly shot down by militants.The Boeing 777 came down in cornfields in the separatist-he...

Singapore 'seriously disturbed' by deteriorating situation in Gaza

Singapore 'seriously disturbed' by deteriorating situation in Gaza
SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) says Singapore is "seriously disturbed" by the deteriorating situation in Gaza, after Israel launched a ground offensive there to stamp out rocket attacks."This will sharply exacerbate the humanitarian...

Aviation industry to get S$100m boost to raise productivity

Aviation industry to get S$100m boost to raise productivity
SINGAPORE: Singapore's aviation industry is getting a S$100 million boost to raise productivity. The Airport Productivity Package will see the money used to pay for two new programmes over four years.The Airport Productivity Steering Committee has se...

Singapore leaders send condolences to foreign counterparts over MH17

Singapore leaders send condolences to foreign counterparts over MH17
SINGAPORE: President Tony Tan Keng Yam and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong have sent condolence messages to other world leaders on the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) on Friday (July 18) s...

MOM reviewing code of practice for workplace safety

MOM reviewing code of practice for workplace safety
SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) is reviewing the existing Code of Practice for Workplace Safety and Health (WSH). Industry consultation on the draft Code will begin this month and is expected to be finalised by the end of the year.Manpower ...

Easier for firms to recruit right talent with Jobs Bank: experts

Easier for firms to recruit right talent with Jobs Bank: experts
SINGAPORE: Human resources experts say the Jobs Bank will provide more opportunities for Singaporeans as well as make it easier for companies to recruit the right talent.The Jobs Bank, officially launched on July 14, offers a list of available jobs f...

Cycle Singapore 2015 limited to 10,000 participants

Cycle Singapore 2015 limited to 10,000 participants
SINGAPORE: Next year's Cycle Singapore race will be limited to about 10,000 participants, said its organiser Spectrum Worldwide.The move is to enhance safety, said Spectrum, who split with sponsor OCBC following the death of a rider in this year's ra...

New CFO, Chief Campus Officer for MediaCorp

New CFO, Chief Campus Officer for MediaCorp
SINGAPORE: MediaCorp on Friday (July 18) announced two strategic appointments aimed at accelerating its transformation while maintaining its strong financial management.Ms Jamie Ang will be appointed as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), overseeing the g...

Innovation key for S’pore to remain globally competitive: Minister Tan

Innovation key for S’pore to remain globally competitive: Minister Tan
SINGAPORE: Innovation is a key factor for Singapore to remain globally competitive, and the country's continued growth and prosperity depends on its ability to create innovative differentiated products and services that the world requires, said Manpo...

MediaCorp to broadcast Commonwealth Games on okto

MediaCorp to broadcast Commonwealth Games on okto
SINGAPORE: The World Cup is over, and the next sporting event is the Commonwealth Games.MediaCorp and SingTel mio TV will broadcast the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games from July 23 to August 3. MediaCorp will carry the Games, comprising 17 sports, fr...

NLB to create 'more transparent review processes'

NLB to create 'more transparent review processes'
SINGAPORE: The National Library Board (NLB) will move the children's titles that have been the subject of recent controversy to the adult's section, and plans to create "more transparent review processes" for its books, CEO Elaine Ng said on Friday (...

Global Innovation Index: Singapore tops Asian rankings

Global Innovation Index: Singapore tops Asian rankings
SINGAPORE: Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Sweden are the most innovative countries in the world - and Singapore is Asia's most innovative economy, according to the Global Innovation Index 2014 published on Friday (July 18).The Republic was seven...

Singapore 'stands in solidarity' with Malaysia: MFA statement on MH17

Singapore 'stands in solidarity' with Malaysia: MFA statement on MH17
SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs called for a "full and transparent" investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, and reaffirmed that Singapore "stands in solidarity" with its neighbouring country.The MFA statement issued ...

Singapore Airlines flights not using Ukraine airspace

Singapore Airlines flights not using Ukraine airspace
SINGAPORE: Following news of the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, Singapore Airlines (SIA) said on July 18 (Friday) that its aircraft have been rerouted away from Ukrainian airspace.“Customers may wish to note that Singapore Airlines flights a...

Robots invade classrooms: S$2.8m initiative rolled out to excite students about coding

Robots invade classrooms: S$2.8m initiative rolled out to excite students about coding
SINGAPORE: Up to 10,000 primary and secondary school students will soon get to try their hands at coding and robotics as part of a S$2.8 million Robotics and Maker Academy collaboration between the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) and Singapore P...

NLB to put two withdrawn books into adult section: Yaacob

NLB to put two withdrawn books into adult section: Yaacob
SINGAPORE: Two books pulled off the shelves of the library's children's section will not be pulped, Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim told the Straits Times. Instead, they will be moved to the adult section."I have also asked...

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The Sound of Music cast make a surprise visit to Canossian School

The Sound of Music cast make a surprise visit to Canossian School
SINGAPORE: Students at the Canossian School were in for a surprise Thursday (July 17) afternoon when the cast of The Sound of Music dropped by for a special visit.Three girls got to be stars for the day, singing along with two experts, who play teena...

Retail investors in Singapore cautiously confident for H2: JP Morgan

Retail investors in Singapore cautiously confident for H2: JP Morgan
SINGAPORE: Retail investors in Singapore remain cautiously confident for the second half of the year despite concerns over a hike in interest rates and a slowdown in the Chinese economy.This is according to the latest half-yearly survey on investor s...

S$10m in donations for first round of Cultural Matching Fund applications

S$10m in donations for first round of Cultural Matching Fund applications
SINGAPORE: There has been a very positive response to the Cultural Matching Fund, which provides dollar-for-dollar matching for donations made to arts and heritage organisations. The first round for applications closed at the end of May, and saw 30 a...

Pending entry fee for Singapore vehicles entering JB might reduce jam, some hope

Pending entry fee for Singapore vehicles entering JB might reduce jam, some hope
SINGAPORE: Some Singaporeans who regularly visit Johor Baru say they will reduce the frequency of their trips, following the Malaysian government's call on Wednesday (July 16) to impose a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee on foreign vehicles entering th...

Singapore-China relationship much closer than before: PM Lee

Singapore-China relationship much closer than before: PM Lee
SINGAPORE: The relationship between China and Singapore is much closer than before, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. This is especially so for areas like economic cooperation, trade and tourism. He made this point at a dialogue at the FutureChina...

CHC trial: Claims of risk-taking as accused cross swords

CHC trial: Claims of risk-taking as accused cross swords
SINGAPORE: Former City Harvest Church investment manager Chew Eng Han crossed swords with co-accused John Lam for a second day on Thursday (July 17), pointing to significant parts of Lam's testimony which he said were not true.Both are among the six ...

Man arrested for fire that destroyed three shops

Man arrested for fire that destroyed three shops
SINGAPORE: A 42-year-old man has been arrested for a suspected case of arson. Police said they were alerted to a fire at Blk 177 Bukit Batok West Ave 8 on Monday (July 14). The fire was raging in the wee hours of the morning, around the time of the W...

Private equity firms turn to Southeast Asia for growth

Private equity firms turn to Southeast Asia for growth
SINGAPORE: A growing number of private equity firms are turning their attention to Southeast Asia, seeking to tap opportunities in the region. On Thursday (July 17), speakers at a seminar at the 4th Private Equity and Venture Forum organised by the A...

Resorts World Sentosa welcomes 20th million visitor

Resorts World Sentosa welcomes 20th million visitor
SINGAPORE: Four years after opening, Resorts World Sentosa's attractions - Universal Studios, Adventure Cove Water Park and S.E.A Aquarium - welcomed their 20th million visitor on Thursday (July 17).Singaporean Isaac Leong and his family got an exclu...

Alumni parents ballot for P1 slots for first time in two decades

Alumni parents ballot for P1 slots for first time in two decades
SINGAPORE: Four primary schools which were oversubscribed in Phase 2A(2) of the Primary 1 registration had to hold a ballot for places on Friday (July 17) - the first time in 19 years balloting has been conducted in this phase, which is for children ...

China needs "4 Rs" to avoid falling growth, says former vice-premier

China needs "4 Rs" to avoid falling growth, says former vice-premier
SINGAPORE: China needs to implement the "4 Rs", which refer to remodeling, rebalancing, reforming and reengaging, if it wants to avoid experiencing stagnating or declining growth, said former Chinese vice-premier Zeng Peiyan made at the opening plena...

Summary judgement against blogger to be heard in September

Summary judgement against blogger to be heard in September
SINGAPORE: A summary judgement hearing for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's defamation case against blogger Roy Ngerng will be held on Sep 18. This was announced following a closed-door pre-trial conference at the Supreme Court on Thursday (July 17)....

Fireworks in the sky and on the water this National Day

Fireworks in the sky and on the water this National Day
SINGAPORE: Singaporeans are in for a special visual treat at this year's National Day Parade (NDP) celebrations, where a spectacular display of fireworks will take place both in the sky and on the waters of Marina Bay.The water display will be made p...

'Serious irregularity' as NParks officer created backdated documents for audit

'Serious irregularity' as NParks officer created backdated documents for audit
SINGAPORE: The Auditor-General's Office (AGO) listed eight lapses that did not fall under the other broad categories outlined in its report for the Financial Year 2013/14 issued on Thursday (July 15).These included weaknesses in controls for the proc...

'Logic flaws' in NLB's computerised system for selecting, purchasing books: AGO

'Logic flaws' in NLB's computerised system for selecting, purchasing books: AGO
SINGAPORE: Eight agencies were cited by the Auditor-General's Office (AGO) for lapses in procurement procedures.Among those highlighted in its report for the Financial Year 2013/14 released on Thursday (July 17) was the National Library Board (NLB)'s...

MINDEF cited in Auditor-General's Report for lapses in management of land

MINDEF cited in Auditor-General's Report for lapses in management of land
SINGAPORE: In the Auditor-General's Report released on Thursday (July 17), the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) was cited for two of the four lapses identified in the area of Management of Land and Assets. A piece of State land was licensed to Sembawang ...

Room for improvement in how CPF Board administers schemes: Auditor-General

Room for improvement in how CPF Board administers schemes: Auditor-General
SINGAPORE: Of the seven lapses cited by the Auditor-General's Office (AGO) in the administration of schemes and programmes, three were attributed to the Central Provident Fund Board (CPFB).First, the system of checks to detect incorrect payment of CP...

MDA rapped for failing to monitor project deliverables: Auditor-General's Report

MDA rapped for failing to monitor project deliverables: Auditor-General's Report
SINGAPORE: Among the three statutory boards cited in the report for lapses in the administration of grants and the commitment of public funds, the Auditor-General's Office (AGO) highlighted the Media Development Agency (MDA) for being lax in monitori...

Auditor-General's Report flags irregularities in use of public funds

Auditor-General's Report flags irregularities in use of public funds
SINGAPORE: Lapses in the administration of grants, schemes and programmes, as well as instances of weak management of resources which resulted in wastage, were highlighted in the Auditor-General's Report for the Financial Year 2013/14, released on Th...

A*Star scientist is  first S'porean to get prestigious Branco Weiss Fellowship

A*Star scientist is first S'porean to get prestigious Branco Weiss Fellowship
SINGAPORE: – A*STAR’s Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) fellow, Dr Wan Yue, is the first Singaporean to receive one of the 10 Branco Weiss Fellowships given every year by the Swiss-based philanthropic organisation 'Society in Science'.Dr Wan's rese...

Renowned artist turns photographic memory on Singapore cityscape

Renowned artist turns photographic memory on Singapore cityscape
SINGAPORE: Renowned British artist Stephen Wiltshire will draw the Singapore cityscape from memory as part of Singapore's 50th birthday celebrations in 2015 and Singapore Press Holdings' 30th anniversary this year.Mr Wiltshire, an autistic savant, is...

More than 700 cleaning businesses have applied for licenses: NEA

More than 700 cleaning businesses have applied for licenses: NEA
SINGAPORE: More than 700 cleaning businesses have applied for licences since the new cleaning business licensing regime was introduced in April, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) on Thursday (July 17). Of the 748 cleaning businesses which ha...

Warmer days ahead in July: NEA

Warmer days ahead in July: NEA
SINGAPORE: Southwest Monsoon conditions are expected to persist over Singapore until the end of the month, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Thursday (July 17).Characteristic of the Southwest Monsoon season are periods of consecutive dry ...

Local writer lashes out at NLB at Asia Pacific Writers’ Conference

Local writer lashes out at NLB at Asia Pacific Writers’ Conference
The National Library Board should have held discussion before destroying books, says Suchen Christine Lim.

Fire breaks out at Hougang HDB flat

Fire breaks out at Hougang HDB flat
SINGAPORE: A third-floor Housing and Development Board (HDB) unit at Block 322 Hougang Avenue 5 was on fire on Thursday (July 17) morning.When contacted, SCDF said they were alerted at 9.58am of the fire at Block 322. Two fire engines, one Red Rhino,...

Former River Valley High principal charged in court

Former River Valley High principal charged in court
SINGAPORE: Steven Koh Yong Chiah, a former principal of River Valley High School, was charged in court on Thursday (July 17) for knowingly giving false information to public servants and a Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) investigator.Ac...

Heavy traffic at checkpoints expected during Hari Raya Puasa period: ICA

Heavy traffic at checkpoints expected during Hari Raya Puasa period: ICA
SINGAPORE: With Hari Raya Puasa coming up on July 28, travellers looking to exit Singapore by the two land checkpoints at Woodlands and Tuas should expect delays, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said on Thursday (July 17).It said in a s...

Singapore’s exports dip 4.6% on-year in June

Singapore’s exports dip 4.6% on-year in June
SINGAPORE: Non-oil domestic exports (NODX) in Singapore contracted 4.6 per cent on-year in June, dragged down by electronic exports which outweighed a rise in non-electronic shipments.The fall in NODX comes after a 6.6 per cent on-year decrease in th...

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MP Hri Kumar disagrees with NLB decision to withdraw children's titles

MP Hri Kumar disagrees with NLB decision to withdraw children's titles
SINGAPORE: Mr Hri Kumar, Member of Parliament for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC, has weighed in on the debate over the National Library Board’s (NLB) decision to withdraw three children’s titles from its collection because they did not adhere to traditional n...

Almost S$5,000 offered for World Cup fish tipsters

Almost S$5,000 offered for World Cup fish tipsters
SINGAPORE: The World Cup may have ended, but a pair of dragon fish which played tipsters during the tournament are now a wanted commodity.Buyers are offering almost S$5,000 to the owner of the fish, which are called Big Huat and Small Huat, despite t...

Record dengue cluster in Choa Chu Kang

Record dengue cluster in Choa Chu Kang
SINGAPORE: A single dengue cluster in Choa Chu Kang has a total of 316 reported cases – the highest number on record, beating last year’s record of 233 cases in a Tampines cluster. There are a total of six dengue clusters in Choa Chu Kang right now.T...

City Harvest Church accused defends himself

City Harvest Church accused defends himself
SINGAPORE: Former investment manager of City Harvest Church Chew Eng Han conducted his own defence in court on Wednesday (July 16) after discharging his lawyer two months ago.Chew is one of six church leaders accused of misusing millions in church mo...

Singapore Gen-X consumers value recommendations for property decisions: Survey

Singapore Gen-X consumers value recommendations for property decisions: Survey
SINGAPORE: A survey released on Wednesday (July 16) showed that Singapore's Generation X consumers - aged between 34 and 54 - are more likely to be influenced by recommendations when making property decisions.The survey, by brand strategist Brand All...

Malaysia to charge foreign motorists entering Johor

Malaysia to charge foreign motorists entering Johor
JOHOR BARU: Malaysia on Wednesday announced that it will charge drivers of all foreign vehicles entering Johor Bahru.According to The Star, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said the decision to implement the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee was mad...

Archie comic removed from bookstore following public complaint

Archie comic removed from bookstore following public complaint
SINGAPORE: The Media Development Authority (MDA) confirms that a comic "Archie: The Married Life" Book Three was pulled from bookstore shelves because its content breached guidelines by depicting same-sex marriage of two characters.Comic artist Sonny...

Most young Singaporeans want to live with or near parents after marriage: MND survey

Most young Singaporeans want to live with or near parents after marriage: MND survey
SINGAPORE: In a door-to-door survey commissioned by the Ministry of National Development (MND), the majority of young unmarried Singaporean respondents said they planned to live with or near their parents after marriage.However, among Singaporeans wh...

Spring Grove could be largest en bloc sale in Singapore

Spring Grove could be largest en bloc sale in Singapore
SINGAPORE: Spring Grove, a condominium along Grange Road, has been put up for sale by tender. According to its marketing agent Knight Frank Singapore, the owners are expecting offers in excess of S$1.39 billion. This includes a lease top-up premium f...

Singapore is 6th-most attractive for business expansion: Survey

Singapore is 6th-most attractive for business expansion: Survey
SINGAPORE: The Republic has been ranked as the sixth-most desirable country in the world and third in Asia Pacific by companies looking to expand their business overseas, a survey by communications company BT found.Released on Wednesday (July 16), th...

Typhoon Rammasun causes SIA plane to hit aerobridge

Typhoon Rammasun causes SIA plane to hit aerobridge
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) confirmed that one of its aircraft parked at the Manila International Airport "came into contact" with an aerobridge due to strong winds from Typhoon Rammasun on Wednesday (July 16).Responding to queries by Channel...

ST Electronics secures S$580m contracts in Q2

ST Electronics secures S$580m contracts in Q2
SINGAPORE: Singapore Technologies Electronics (ST Electronics), the electronics arm of listed Singapore Technologies Engineering, secured about S$580 million worth of contracts in the second quarter of 2014, its parent company said on Wednesday (July...

Singapore mosques to raise funds for Gaza victims

Singapore mosques to raise funds for Gaza victims
SINGAPORE: All 68 mosques in Singapore, in collaboration with the Rahmatan Lil Alamin Foundation, are organising a fund-raising drive for humanitarian relief for the victims of the conflict in Gaza, the foundation said in a statement on Wednesday (Ju...

Duke-NUS researchers shed more light on how dengue gets its bite

Duke-NUS researchers shed more light on how dengue gets its bite
SINGAPORE: The researchers from the Program in Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) have discovered a new way by which dengue virus-2 (DENV-2) evades the human defence system, according to Duke-National University of Singapore (NUS).In a statement on W...

SMEs mildly positive on prospects for rest of 2014

SMEs mildly positive on prospects for rest of 2014
SINGAPORE: Small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) in the Republic are positive on growth prospects for the rest of 2014, though mutedly so, according to the latest SBF-DP SME Index released on Wednesday (July 16).The index - a joint initiative of t...

“Running Man” cast coming to Singapore in November

“Running Man” cast coming to Singapore in November
SINGAPORE: Cast members of the Korean variety game show “Running Man” will be coming to Singapore in November, as part of the Running Man Fan Meeting Asia Tour 2014, which will also bring them to Malaysia.However, it is still unclear which members of...

Singapore Literature Prize judges resign in protest over NLB book withdrawal

Singapore Literature Prize judges resign in protest over NLB book withdrawal
SINGAPORE: Three judges of this year’s Singapore Literature Prize have resigned in protest over the National Library Board’s move to withdraw several books in its children’s collection for having homosexual themes.In a statement issued on Wednesday (...

Asian banks resilient to changing financial conditions: Moody's

Asian banks resilient to changing financial conditions: Moody's
SINGAPORE: As global financial conditions shift, pockets of risks will emerge that Asian banks, excluding those in Japan, will have to contend with, said ratings agency Moody's on Wednesday (July 16).The long, positive credit cycle enjoyed by the ban...

Manpower Ministry tells agencies to treat maids with respect

Manpower Ministry tells agencies to treat maids with respect
SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Wednesday (July 16) sent an advisory to employment agencies (EAs) in the wake of recent media reports on the treatment of foreign domestic workers in Singapore.In the advisory, the ministry cautioned agenc...

Man fined S$12,000 for not paying maid

Man fined S$12,000 for not paying maid
SINGAPORE: A Singaporean employer, Razalee Bin Rasdi, has been fined S$12,000 for failing to pay salaries amounting to S$7,450.40 to his foreign domestic worker (FDW), the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said on Wednesday (July 16).The 51-year-old was als...

Fewer COEs next quarter, but more for cars

Fewer COEs next quarter, but more for cars
SINGAPORE: The Certificate of Entitlement (COE) quota for the period August to October this year will be 11,331, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced on Wednesday (July 16). This means the monthly quota of COEs will be 3,777 for the period, d...

Other titles withdrawn because of internal reviews: NLB

Other titles withdrawn because of internal reviews: NLB
The National Library Board (NLB) says another three children’s book titles were withdrawn not because of feedback, but after they had been internally reviewed for “age-appropriateness”.

Cupcake shops here upbeat despite US chain collapse

Cupcake shops here upbeat despite US chain collapse
Local businesses remain optimistic about demand despite the collapse of huge US cupcake company.

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