AS Singapore charts an uncertain future, workers face a difficult transition to cope with changes in their industries and to remain employable.

MOVING Singapore’s port operations to Tuas Port goes beyond just having a larger terminal, but offers an opportunity to rethink the future of shipping, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said.

AT FIRST glance, Singapore and Armenia appear to be vastly different. But they also have many things in common such as being small countries that aspire to serve as gateways to the regions that...

PRIME Minister Lee Hsien Loong and US President Donald Trump on Monday (Tuesday morning, Singapore time) renewed a key defence pact that allows American forces to use Singapore's air and naval...

PRIME Minister Lee Hsien Loong will arrive in New York on Saturday for a week-long working visit, during which he will meet US President Donald Trump and deliver Singapore's national statement at...

EDITORIAL

FINANCIAL adequacy in retirement is a daunting issue for many Singaporeans, particularly as rising longevity demands that savings be stretched for longer than one may have reckoned for. In this...

THE public service will be rolling out more programmes to get its workers ready for longer careers, with the earliest to start next month, it said on Monday. It is also working with training...

COMMENTARY

IT'S a known fact that Singaporeans are living much longer these days, with the country's life expectancy at birth currently the longest in the world at 84.8 years - even greater than that of...

NATIONAL DAY RALLY

WHILE business costs will go up with the move to raise the statutory retirement and re-employment age as well as to increase Central Provident Fund (CPF) contributions for older workers, many...

MORE affordable pre-school and tertiary education, as well as the raising of the retirement and re-employment ages, will be among the many topics that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is expected to...