Cabinet reshuffle, Jokowi considers input – AsiaOne

AsiaOneCabinet reshuffle, Jokowi considers inputAsiaOnePresident Joko "Jokowi" Widodo continues to monitor all input related to the work performance of his Cabinet ministers, from all aspects, including [Read entire story]

No Secondary 1 cohort at seven schools – AsiaOne

AsiaOneNo Secondary 1 cohort at seven schoolsAsiaOneThe Ministry of Education (MOE) said yesterday that this was due to insufficient demand in the schools' areas, all of which are mature estates, to open classes. The [Read entire story]

Cut-off points up for popular Secondary schools – AsiaOne

AsiaOneCut-off points up for popular Secondary schoolsAsiaOnePSLE results: Generic photo of Eunos Primary School students receiving their PSLE results on November 25, 2015. Photo: The Straits Times. Home Shares. 10. [Read entire story]

Food relief programme for needy Sengkang families to be launched Dec 27 – Channel News Asia

Channel News AsiaFood relief programme for needy Sengkang families to be launched Dec 27Channel News AsiaThe "Sengkang South Food Relief Programme" is part of a slew of events to wrap up SG50 and to welcome the [Read entire story]

Public warned of heavy traffic, security checks at Marina Bay area on New Year … – AsiaOne

AsiaOnePublic warned of heavy traffic, security checks at Marina Bay area on New Year ...AsiaOneSINGAPORE - With large crowds expected at the Marina Bay area on New Year's Eve next Thursday, police officers, [Read entire story]

Ex-policeman charged with misappropriating money, shredding documents – Channel News Asia

Channel News AsiaEx-policeman charged with misappropriating money, shredding documentsChannel News AsiaSINGAPORE: A former policeman was charged on Thursday (Dec 24) with criminal breach of trust and for destroying [Read entire story]

A wander through old Changi Hospital

Changi is an area of Singapore still riddled with many reminders of its past. The site of an artillery battery and an army garrison before the war, Changi was also where tens of thousands of prisoners-of-war were held [Read entire story]

Otters at Berlayar Creek!

Yesterday, while walking along the boardwalk at Berlayar Creek, I saw otters swimming and playing in the creek!The tide was low and the otters swam quite far upstream before turning back. I caught a glimpse of one of [Read entire story]

Wayang days

Seeing a stage set up for a wayang, as street theatre has come to known in Singapore, is always a cause for celebration. Wayangs not only add much colour that is otherwise lacking on the street of the modern [Read entire story]