FOR the past two years, they have vociferously championed topics ranging from the arts to the income gap, the plight of small and medium-sized businesses, and women in the workforce.
One was a Hello Kitty fanatic who loved her grandmother very much. The other was a confident and thoughtful girl with a smile that would brighten anyone's day.
Pulau Ubin could be promoted as an ecotourism destination, a biodiversity hub or a village where Singapore residents weary of the city can go to relax.
Citizen soldiers could be given more time to improve their fitness so they can pass their annual Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT).
More than two years and a $7.5 million makeover later, Singapore's oldest Teochew temple is ready for a new beginning. The Yueh Hai Ching temple on Phillip Street will officially re-open on March 31 after an extensive restoration, which involved 45 craftsmen from Swatow, China.