Australia's Turnbull in Singapore for official visit
AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull begins his first official visit to Singapore on Friday. It will be a three-day trip to attend the Singapore-Australia Leaders' Summit with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong...
DBS goes all out to woo millennials
WITH millennials in Singapore numbering close to a million and counting, DBS Bank is pulling out all the stops to reach out to this group of people - broadly defined as those aged between 18 and 35 - who desire new experiences and have vast spending power.
Terrorism threat to Singapore the 'highest' in recent years: MHA
THE Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said on Thursday that the terrorism threat to Singapore remains the "highest" in recent years...
Application for the two certificates needed to run for presidency opens on June 1
THE application process to obtain the two certificates needed to run in Singapore's next Presidential elections begins on Thursday, with the deadline being the fifth day after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong issues the writ of election some time in August...
MBS unveils new light and water spectacle
A NEW outdoor light and water show two years in the making will make its debut at Marina Bay Sands (MBS) on Friday evening.
China group buys into True Group; IPO on cards
HONG Kong-listed Tongfang Kontafarma has acquired a sizeable stake in Singapore-based fitness and wellness provider True Group for US$36.7 million in cash, a move that paves the way for the latter to significantly expand its presence across China.
Even pneumonia can't halt Angela's reign
DID you hear the one about the Singapore Indoor Stadium's roof?...
Firm believer in longer-term investments
WHEN it comes to investing serious money in a venture that catches his eye, Saurabh Mittal isn't the sort of businessman who's out to make a quick buck...
Embattled Sports Hub chief exits top job
AFTER a week of uncertainty surrounding his future as chief of the Singapore Sports Hub, it was confirmed on Thursday that Manu Sawhney has resigned from his post with immediate effect.
Jessica Tan appointed independent director at Capitaland Commercial Trust
MEMBER of parliament Jessica Tan has been appointed as a non-executive independent director at Capitaland Commercial Trust (CCT) with effect from this Thursday.
New pocket-sized wifi router offers solution to costly data roaming
IMAGINE having unlimited mobile data roaming in nearly 90 countries for as little as S$6 a day, without having to switch SIM cards as you hop from one country to another.
Cagey final as Devils and Ajax collide
THIS year's Europa League final will be contested by two of the world's most glamorous and successful football clubs in history - Manchester United of England, and Ajax Amsterdam from the Netherlands...
New chief for Navy and permanent secretaries for several ministries
SINGAPORE'S Navy chief Lai Chung Han is leaving his post next month and will hand the reins over to Lew Chuen Hong - a rear-admiral who is the current chief of staff (naval staff) - on June 16...
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The business of getting fit
THERE doesn't seem to be any lack of options when it comes to finding a gym to get a workout done these days. Even in land-scarce Singapore, scores of gyms both big and small are opening across the island - be it in the Central Business District or in the heartlands - on a regular basis...
Malcolm Turnbull to deliver keynote at Shangri-La Dialogue
AUSTRALIA'S Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will deliver the keynote speech at this year's Shangri-La Dialogue, which is to be held over three days from June 2. ...
Singapore a 'global leader' in embracing technology: Deloitte
SINGAPORE has been touted as a "global leader" when it comes to embracing technology in order to stay competitive and to drive economic growth for the long haul...
Higher water, car park charges to have 'small' impact on inflation: Koh Poh Koon
THE government's moves to raise the water tariff and car park charges will contribute to a "temporary increase" in inflation this year, said Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Koh Poh Koon on Monday...
Proportion of private homes grows to 27%
THE number and proportion of private properties in Singapore grew in the decade between 2006 and last year, Parliament was told on Monday.
MAS a strong supporter of fintech: Ong Ye Kung
THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) does not have to choose between financial institutions (FIs) and new players in the financial technology (fintech) industry, a board member of the central bank said on Monday.
Tapping the appeal of sports to grow brand awareness
THE sporting calendar in Singapore is chock-full of world-class events from now until the end of the year.
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Boss fight on Emirates pitch
WHENEVER Arsenal and Manchester United lock horns on a football pitch, there's often very little need to hype the match up...
IE Singapore paves way for SMEs to break into India market
WHEN local food manufacturer Tong Garden wanted to build a manufacturing plant in the Indian state of Gujarat, the company turned to SKP Business Consulting, an Indian professional services firm, for guidance to register the land there.
GDP growth in 2017 may exceed 2%: PM Lee
SINGAPORE'S economy expanded by a better-than-expected 2 per cent in 2016, and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong thinks there's a "good chance" that growth this year can exceed that figure...
NTUC raises S$25m for education, training fund
THE National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) has raised S$25 million for its Education and Training Fund to help workers in Singapore upgrade their skills and pick up new ones.
Swee Keat named chairman of Future Economy Council
FINANCE Minister Heng Swee Keat has been named the new chairman of a national tripartite council to drive Singapore's ongoing efforts to boost skills and innovation...