Friday, 17 Jul 2015
In a lively and inspiring award ceremony on 11 July, Saturday, 50 polytechnic students received the annual PCF-Polytechnic Study Award from the PAP Community Foundation (PCF).
Ms Sim Ann, Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information and Ministry of Education and PCF Charity Management Committee Member, presented the study awards to the students at the HomeTeam NS-JOM Clubhouse. She encouraged the award recipients to continue to strive for excellence, never give up on their dreams and make positive impact on the lives of others. She also called on the recipients to reach out to needy students around them and refer them to the respective MPs or the assistance offices in schools, so that no Singapore student will be left behind.
Crunching numbers by day and seeing to the needs of residents at Kolam Ayer is a regular affair for Comrade Chiang Heng Liang.
When MediShield Life rolls out at the end of 2015, those aged 41 and above with Integrated Shield Plans (IP) will be able to withdraw more from their Medisave to pay for their premiums.
The 156-year-old Singapore Botanic Gardens was awarded the coveted status of UNESCO World Heritage on 4 July.
PM Lee speaking at a dialogue, hosted by Washington Post columnist Fareed Zakaria, themed “Singapore At 50: What Lies Ahead?”
It is easy to comment and criticise, but have we understood the thought-processes that policymakers go through before formulating a policy.
Commuters can look forward to better MRT access and connectivity with the scheduled opening of Downtown Line 2 (DTL2) in December this year.
The Singapore Armed Forces commemorated its 50th anniversary at the SAFTI Military Institute on 1 July 2015.
A busy but happy mother of two lovely young boys. Karen still finds time to juggle between grassroots and Party work as well.
Housing and Development Board (HDB) is looking into making "Two-Room Flexi" housing scheme more accessible and flexible for prospective buyers.