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THREE years after branching out to Singapore with much aplomb, cult homeware and lifestyle retailer Goods of Desire has decided to withdraw from our shores.

CONCERN about the looming supply in the private residential market and uncertainty over interest rates have kept homebuyers on the sidelines, sending overall private home prices slipping one per cent...

FURTHER reductions and rebates will be applied to aeronautical fees at Changi Airport to enhance the airport's allure as a hub as well as to help airlines and ground handlers cope with a tough...

THE Apple Watch launched globally on Friday with a small queue of Japanese tech-addicts lining up in Tokyo for Apple Inc's first wearable gadget, but there was no sign of the excitement usually...

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IT started innocently enough. My editor had spotted an ad in the papers that said Jones the Grocer (JTG) was putting its stores up for sale.

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IF you aren't one of Taylor's many Swifties, did you cringe at that opening quote? Maybe you did. You might legitimately resent her exhortation to "shake it off", which is fine...

SOME 3,000 resident landscape maintenance workers will get higher wages, better skills training and a clearer career progression path from next year, with the launch of the progressive wage model for...

AS you pore over this infographic - assuming it takes a whole minute - over 300 hours ( that’s 12.5 days ) of video would have just been uploaded onto YouTube. The video-sharing platform, which began...

A REPORT by the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) Banking Group has predicted that Asean will still not have developed into a fully integrated common market by the end of this year, when it becomes an...

MEET EVA, believed to be the world's first electric taxi designed for the tropics, and the first car ever to be built in Singapore...