'Traffic lights' at 10 more MRT stations
More commuters will soon be able to tell, as they are walking into an MRT station, exactly how crowded train platforms are and if they need to skip a train.
Cycling woes: 11 fined for riding illegally in Bedok town centre
The East Coast Town Council is facing backlash from the cycling community after police fined several cyclists for riding in Bedok Town Centre.
Cycling woes: No place to park bicycles at Sports Hub; cyclist gets warning letter
When the $1.33 billion Sports Hub opened in June, it came with world-class facilities such as an aquatic centre, a sports arena and a 55,000-seat stadium.
Singapore researchers find new antibiotic mixes to fight superbugs
Researchers in Singapore have come up with a way to fight superbug infections by combining antibiotics into more effective cocktails.
Digital edition of Mr Lee Kuan Yew's memoirs out on Monday
Two volumes of memoirs by Singapore's first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew will be available for downloading at selected e-book stores from Monday.
No extra hurdles for overseas law grads
Overseas law graduates who earn a second-lower honours degree will continue to be allowed to practise in Singapore without having to cross extra hurdles, despite a predicted glut of lawyers here.
The dollars and sense of realigning the Ayer Rajah Expressway
The Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) between Yuan Ching Road and Jurong Town Hall Road may be shifted to free up more land south of Jurong Lake for housing.
Operation fees and doctors' salaries: 'No direct link', says Lam Pin Min
There is "no direct link" between total operation fees and doctors' salaries at public hospitals, Minister of State for Health Lam Pin Min said yesterday.
Higher aspirations for all
The acronym of the Applied Study in Polytechnics and ITE Review committee - Aspire - captures the essence of building a society of greater opportunity that is a key national objective today. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong referred to this committee in his National Day Rally speech on Sunday, when he spoke of how a university degree need not be the only route to a fulfilling career for young Singaporeans.