By: Foo Jie Ying BH FILE PHOTO More will be done to help businesses redesign workplace processes to cater to older workers, Senior Minister of State for Manpower Amy Khor said on Friday.
By: Jasmine Lim TNP PHOTO: Gary Goh For the past few months, Madam Valerie Sim (above) eked out a living by collecting waste oil from coffee shops in Jurong.
By: Maureen Koh FILE PHOTO On the day his divorce became final, Mr Jeremiah Teh invited six friends for a night of revelry. The total bill? Nearly $52,000, of which $47,000 was spent in Tiananmen KTV and Lounge at Havelock Road.
By: Catherine Robert PHOTO: ROYAL DANISH AIR FORCE It's a shot to trump the one taken by Ellen DeGeneres, whose star-studded selfie at the recent Oscars became the most re-tweeted one of all time.
By: Tan Tam Mei TNP PHOTO: TAN TAM MEI The New Paper features three women who have ventured into jobs normally associated with men on International Women's Day (March 8).
There is scope to help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) take on more, or larger government projects, said Senior Minister of State for Finance Josephine Teo on Friday.
The key goal of the Education Ministry is to bring out the best in every child, whatever his or her starting point, assures Education Minister Heng Swee Keat on Friday at his ministry's Committee of Supply debate in Parliament.
Speaking in Parliament during his ministry's estimates, Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin said an over-riding consideration in shaping the country's manpower policies is - does it on balance benefit Singaporeans and Singapore?
By: Goh Yan Han TNP PHOTO: JONATHAN CHOO When a fire broke out at the fish soup stall at a Marine Terrace coffee shop yesterday, Mr Mohamed Ebnu Syed Ibrahim ran over to try to put it out.