Public Others Government Business Arts Community
Entertainment Lifestyle Services People Travel Internet Stuff

 

 

     Associations, Societies & Clubs

    Golf & Recreation Clubs

     Golf & Recreation Clubs: Membership Prices

     Societies - Newly registered  ...Religious groups...

     Societies - Change of Addresses/Names

     Web sites

 

Registrar of Societies

SIR Building, #06-00, 10 Kallang Road Singapore 208718

Tel: (65) 6391 6325 (General Office)

Web site: www.mha.gov.sg/ros

     NEWS SNIPPETS

     2004

     - Automatic registration of societies from 1 Sep 2004

     2003

 

  In the past three years, 38-year-old Teochew clan, Teo Ann Huay Kuan, has seen its numbers grow from 1,400 members, mostly in their 60s, to 3,000 members, with half of them in their 30s and 40s, and some even younger. (Straits Times 2 Jan 2003)(H4)

     2002

 

  Former Raffles Girls' Sec School (RGS) principal Mrs Carmee LIM, 62, was recently named the first executive director of the Academy of Principals set up early this year to cater to the professional growth of principals. (Straits Times 11 Nov 2002) (H8)

  The flag of the Singapore Cricket Club outside its Padang premises flew at half-mast yesterday as the club mourned the deaths of those of its members killed in the Bali bomb blasts last Saturday. Three of the club's rugby players are among the dead. Five are missing. The Straits Times understands that team captain Chris Bradford and players Chris Redman, Chris Kays, Neil Bowler, Dave Kent, Tim Arnold and Peter Record are among the names that could be on the lists of those dead or missing. (Straits Times 15 Oct 2002) (H4)

  Seven members of a Singapore Cricket Club rugby team are unaccounted for in Bali, Indonesia, where a massive bomb blast killed 187 people and injured 300 others. Four of them are feared dead. The SCC team, comprising 17 players who are all expatriates working in Singapore, was in Bali for the Bali 10s, a regional 10-a-side annual tournament. The remaining 10 players have been accounted for and five of them were injured. (Straits Times 14 Oct 2002) (4)

  Car tycoon Peter KWEE, who owns motor distributor group Exklusiv, yesterday became the new owner of the Pinetree Town and Country Club with his winning bid of S$101 million. The 4,700 existing members have to pay a fee to rejoin the club. Pinetree membes lost S$87 million in deposits following the sale, as secured creditors OCBC Bank and Hong Leong Finance - which were owed S$110 million - ranked head of them in the pickings. (Straits Times 4 Oct 2002) (H2)

  The High Court yesterday granted the application for beleaguered Fort Canning Country Club (FCCC) and its parent company Alliance Technology and Development to be placed under judicial management, to prevent creditors from scrambling for their assets. Alliance has chalked up S$115 million in debts. FCCC has more than 3,000 members and has been incurring losses since it opened for membership in 1995. It is the second proprietary club after Pinetree Town and Country Club to face financial woes. (Straits Times 6 Apr 2002) (S11)

  Orthopaedic surgeon Dr LEE Soon Tai, 48, kept the Old Rafflesians' Association's 79-year-old record of having an old RI boy at the helm intact when he defeated fund manager Madeleine LEE, 39, by scoring 99 votes against her 55 votes at the ORA's annual general meeting yesterday. (Straits Times 31 Mar 2002) (3)

  2001

  The Hua Yuan Association was officially launched on 7 May 2001 by Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Prime Minister's Office and Health) Mr CHAN Soo Sen. The 400-strong association has been set up to help immigrants from China integrate into Singapore society. It comprises lecturers, artists, entrepreneurs and other professionals. (Straits Times 8 May 2001)