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SINGAPORE'S new Leader of the Opposition Mr Pritam Singh will take the lead in presenting alternative views in parliamentary debates, and may be called upon to attend official state functions, said the Office of the Speaker of Parliament and Office of the Leader of the House in a joint statement on Tuesday.
PUB on Tuesday said that the plant will be equipped to receive both domestic and industrial used water streams from two separate deep tunnels for treatment.
ACTIVIST fund Quarz Capital Management, in an open letter addressed to the board and management of Teckwah on Tuesday, noted that the group's net profit has been on the decline, reaching a 10-year low of S$7.1 million in 2018 and S$8.9 million in 2019.
From July 30, all companies, foreign companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) will be required to file the information presently maintained in their Register of Registrable Controllers (RORC) with the new central register, unless exempted.
THE complex will house 10 to 14 wake halls, embalming facilities, and have the option to provide space for related commercial use, the sale of funerary goods and paraphernalia, as well as a florist and a food and beverage outlet.
GRAB said the fee will enable it to maintain and enhance various safety measures, as well as cover relevant operating costs.
- Great Eastern Q2 profit up 76% to S$297.5m on improved financial market conditions
- Ascott Residence Trust DPS down 69% to 1.05 S cents for H1
- Parkway Life Reit posts 2.5% rise in Q2 DPU to 3.36 S cents
- Hutchison Port Holdings trims first-half distribution to 4.3 HK cents per unit
- ARA Logos DPU for Q2 rises 0.4% to 1.326 S cents
The STI today
SINGAPORE shares rose on Tuesday, with the Straits Times Index (STI) up 7.18 points or 0.28 per cent to 2,582.97.