Sino-US relations & the Asia Pacific
11 January 2012 8:44 PM | 1 Comment
Dr Aaron Friedberg discussed how the changing dynamics of Sino-US relations will impact the Asia Pacific regionRead More
Press Conference on Ministerial Salary Review
04 January 2012 1:48 PM | 1 Comment
Committee recommends removal of Pension Scheme and 30% cut to Cabinet salaries.Read More
LTA shares findings of inspection of N-S & E-W lines
19 December 2011 1:43 AM | 3 Comments
Transport Minister shares the findings of visual inspection of the affected SMRT train tracks.Read More
LTA on 3rd MRT breakdown this week
18 December 2011 7:41 AM | 2 Comments
The disruption of the North-South Line on Thursday and Saturday exhibits "worrisome" similarities.Read More
SMRT responds to media on North-South Line breakdown
18 December 2011 5:26 AM | 2 Comments
Catch SMRT's press conference on its biggest service disruption on video here.Read More
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The Same Old Same OldPosted on December 9, 2011 | 5 CommentsIn this nation, the political landscape spun the same old tales. The Merlion is still “alive” despite being struck by lightning twice.
Singapore envisioned having a nuclear power plant as far back as the 1960sPosted on September 19, 2011 | 1 CommentThe Singapore government has sent its officers for training overseas to equip them with knowledge in constructing and operating a nuclear power plant as far back as the 1970s. This was done in anticipation of introducing a nuclear power reactor in the future.
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