[SINGAPORE] The Republic's economy is on track to grow 2-4 per cent this year while inflation will narrow to 1.5-2 per cent from the earlier forecast of 1.5-2.5 per cent, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said yesterday.
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SINGAPORE might not have a Harry Potter or Twilight in the making yet but the gap between the local literary and film scene is closing with the return of Utter, the annual Singapore Writers Festival initiative where homegrown literature is brought to life through other art mediums like theatre or film.
REMEMBER the Eighties - when it was okay to wear denim elsewhere on your body besides your legs; rock stars had bigger hairdos than their groupies; and push-ups were women's underwear and not a new IPPT station?
REGARDLESS of whether you are a film or design buff, do keep yourself available in early September, as A Design Film Festival (DFF) makes a return.