Malaysia has not clarified its official position on the High-Speed Rail (HSR) project, on which Singapore has spent over $250 million as of end-May this year.
Having received its Temporary Occupation Permit, Seletar Airport’s $80 million new passenger terminal is on track to be opened by the end of this year. Measuring 10,000 square metres, the two-storey terminal is six times larger than the current one and will be able to handle 700,000 passenger movements
There is huge potential for businesses in North Korea should the international sanctions against the county be lifted.
Where many would have seen great risk, Soh saw a business opportunity. “I’m a fighter… I like a challenge,” said Soh, who owns the Asian franchise of US fast food chain Waffletown. By April 2009, he and his partners had set up the first branch of Samtaesong (meaning “three big stars”) in North Korea
This is according to Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam, who was speaking at the Police Workplan Seminar held at the Singapore University of Technology and Design on Thursday (3 May) morning. The POSSPA, which was approved by Parliament in March, grants the police special powers to deal with
With about 1,000 ships either passing through our waters or calling into our ports every day, the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) relies on the Maritime Security Task Force’s 180 Squadron (180 SQN) to help keep the nation safe from seaborne threats. Half comprised of full-time national servicemen, the
While more than 6,000 Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) personnel have been deployed overseas over the last two decades, only one was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after his deployment.
The Bukit Panjang Light Rail Transit (BPLRT) network will be given a $344 million overhaul and residents can look forward to smoother, "more reliable rides" from 2022, said Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan in Parliament on Wednesday (7 March).
A mandatory e-scooter registration regime will be introduced by the end of this year, said Senior Minister of State for Transport Lam Pin Min in Parliament on Wednesday (7 March).
The newly installed signalling system along the MRT network's North-South Line (NSL) has "finally stabilised" and the overall network has so far performed beyond expectations, said Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan in Parliament on Wednesday (7 March).
The mandatory three-year wait for divorcees to purchase subsidised HDB flat will scrapped as of Tuesday (6 March), said Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong in Parliament.
Young couples looking to purchase a new flat will soon be allowed to apply for their home first before having their income assessed just prior to collecting their keys, said Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong in Parliament on Tuesday (6 March).
While Singapore did experience a sizeable budget surplus, all of this will be given back to the people in "different ways", said Second Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong in Parliament on Tuesday (6 March).
The Singapore government will not be making any adjustments to ministerial salaries and will maintain them at their current level, said Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean in during the Committee of Supply debate in Parliament on Thursday (1 March).
As thousands around Singapore ushered in 2018 at various countdown events on Sunday (31 December) night, some 2,450 police personnel were on duty to ensure the public’s safety. Among the officers deployed at the Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2018 as well as other events around the island were personnel
A "software logic issue" with the new Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling system that is being installed on the East-West Line (EWL) was the "root cause" of last month's train collision at Joo Koon MRT station.
The Ministry of Defence (Mindef) will be inviting some 300 "white hat" hackers to test its major Internet-facing systems for weaknesses early next year. Called the Mindef Bug Bounty Programme, it will run from 15 January to 4 February 2018 and will offer cash prizes ranging from $150 to $20,000