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New business hotels and the low-cost long-haul way to fly, in BT Weekend



BUSINESS travellers are spoilt for choice in Singapore with new hotels opening that are pulling out all the stops to make them feel at home. BTWeekend looks at how the new kids on the hotel block are raising the bar in the hospitality game.

As for food lovers, there's no better time to eat than now, when the Autumn season unleashes some of the finest quality ingredients of the year. Meanwhile, check out how to tell time with a calculator and make crispy rice snacks in a rice cooker as we pick out the best of the latest Red Dot design awards.

Low-cost carriers are slugging it out in the battle for the long-haul flight sector, and the cheaper fares can only be good news for consumers. But in a market rife with price wars and overcapacity, is the low-cost carrier model sustainable? Brunch takes a look at the business in the main paper.

Women may be leading the charge to battle sexism, but both sides need to play their part in order for change to happen. Men need to realise it's their fight too. Cubicle Files looks at how men can do their part.

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In The Finish Line, our columnist attempts to get over his tennis withdrawal by recounting the biggest moments of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals.

Three generations on, the new Porsche Cayenne makes its debut in a market now crowded with high performance Sport Utility Vehicles. But will it be a dinosaur, or another cash cow for Porsche? The Steering Column takes the car for a spin.

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