AN interesting element of the Singapore story is the city-state's transformation into a "smart" city. A city can be defined as smart when urbanites enjoy a high quality of life, good education, jobs, health, connectivity, security, mobility and so on, enabled by good governance and relevant technologies (for example, sensors) aimed at enhancing urban sustainable development.
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IT can't be easy opening a new European restaurant in Singapore. With every other chef opening a French, Italian or Spanish place, what can you do that hasn't already been done before?
HAVING heard how difficult it is to pair chocolates with wine, oenologist John Wade signed up for a short course, and within six months, exchanged his 40-year wine-making career for a new one in chocolate.
"Sporty performance" is not a label often used for a model in the Mercedes-Benz range of family sedans. But when it comes to the new C400 4Matic, it seems totally appropriate. The Mercedes-Benz C400 4Matic compact saloon is a high-end variant of the new C-Class line-up that will arrive here later this year.
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IT'S hard to find a place today where concepts of behavioural finance aren't being applied to real-world situations. From London to Washington to Sydney, governments are...
Observers say taxes may be raised in the next couple of years - with more falling on the wealthier - to ensure that the long-term healthcare, housing and infrastructure initiatives announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day Rally can be paid for.