Plans to help firms, workers build new capabilities: Chan Chun Sing
This will be a key focus of next Budget amid downturn, the minister for trade and industry said in an interview with The Sunday Times.
British PM Boris Johnson sends unsigned letter to EU asking for Brexit delay
But he also sent another message in which he stated he did not want the extension, a government source said, after lawmakers thwarted his attempt to pass his EU divorce deal.
Can the SPP, often called the Chiam See Tong party, reinvent itself?
A new chapter looks set to begin at the opposition Singapore People's Party, with its leader, former Potong Pasir MP Chiam See Tong, relinquishing his post at a recent party conference.
Several roadside carpark spaces in CBD to be converted into bicycle parking spaces: LTA
Two roadside parking spaces in Jiak Chuan Road in the Chinatown area will be converted first, with more to come.
Brothers take a leap of faith in Scientology
They are among the few followers in Singapore of a church that has drawn controversy abroad.
Lunch With Sumiko: To solve a problem, build trust and relationships first, says Desmond Lee
Minister for Social and Family Development Desmond Lee is a strong believer in creating a culture of collaboration.
The propaganda behind North Korea leader Kim Jong Un riding a white horse up a sacred mountain
The North Korean leader seeks to project image of a powerful man who will protect his people.
Why restaurants are opening and closing at record rates here
Singapore is well known as a paradise for food lovers, but not so for restaurants that are finding it hard to stay open.
Flying shame: What’s your travel carbon footprint?
We look at how much carbon emission can be racked up by a single traveller on a one-way trip from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur on four modes of transport.
Growing snack market spurs F&B brands to create locally made snacks with Asian flavours
Locally made snacks like you tiao chips and rendang potato chips are the flavour of the day.