More students across more levels are getting help from Sinda's flagship tuition programme, Project Teach. The programme, which offers school-based intensive tuition classes to underperforming Indian children, has about 1,320 students under it. This is up from the 1,254 last year.
SMRT train services (North-South, East-West and Circle Lines) and selected bus services will be extended on the Thursday, the eve of Vesak Day. The last trains will leave City Hall interchange at 12.30am on May 24.
With some families planning to spend the June holidays overseas, the North West Community Development Council (CDC) is stepping up its preventive measures against dengue. It has launched an initiative called Mozzie-Free Homes and is working with five travel agencies, schools and grassroots organisations.
M1 customers with little or no 3G connections at home or in the office may be able to find quick relief in a new service aimed at plugging the connection gaps.
From Thursday, judges in the Subordinate Courts will wear robes when presiding over open court hearings. Currently, they are required only to dress formally. The use of the robe however does not apply to chamber hearings.