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SINGASNAPS

Singasnaps: The defence edition (April 10-16)

The patriots and budding nature photographers  among Singapore’s politicians surfaced on social media this week. Read on to find out who was what, in this week’s round-up. 

15 items for Jubilee Baby Gift shortlisted

Fifteen items have been shortlisted for the Jubilee Baby Gift, which will be given out to all Singaporeans born next year - the country’s 50th year of independence.

Parliament going into recess at a time of transition for S'pore: PM

Parliament is taking a mid-term break at a time when the country is in transition, and adjusting to new domestic needs while navigating an uncertain international environment, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong...

Sunny? Cloudy? Raining? How fascinating!

What is it about the weather in Singapore that makes it so fascinating?

Look to pioneers to prepare for the future

Over at the Education Ministry, the experts are cracking their heads over how to prepare kids for a VUCA future - that's volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, for those not yet familiar with the term...

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Apr 16, 2014 06:27 PM

Singasnaps: The defence edition (April 10-16)

The patriots and budding nature photographers  among Singapore’s politicians surfaced on social media this week. Read on to find out who was what, in this week’s round-up. 

Apr 16, 2014 04:16 PM

15 items for Jubilee Baby Gift shortlisted

Fifteen items have been shortlisted for the Jubilee Baby Gift, which will be given out to all Singaporeans born next year - the country’s 50th year of independence.

Apr 15, 2014 08:04 PM

Parliament going into recess at a time of transition for S'pore: PM

Parliament is taking a mid-term break at a time when the country is in transition, and adjusting to new domestic needs while navigating an uncertain international environment, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Tuesday.

Apr 15, 2014 04:04 PM

Parliament goes into recess, to reconvene on May 16

After a session that has seen significant shifts especially in social policy, Parliament has gone into a mid-term break for members to take stock of their work, and will reconvene on May 16.

Apr 15, 2014 12:19 PM

$4.4 million budgeted for Singapore Day in London

A total of $4.4 million was committed for last month’s Singapore Day celebrations in London, attended by more than 9,000 people.

Supperclub

Alan Choe on how Sentosa could have become an oil refinery

In Part Two of The Pioneer Club interview, Mr Alan Choe talks about his experience transforming Sentosa. Looking forward, he worries that today’s generation, who have not experienced hardship, lack his generation’s derring-do.

From one man urban renewal unit to master architect

Mr Alan Choe Fook Cheong, 83, joined the Housing & Development Board (HDB) in 1962 as its first architect-town planner.

 

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