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Man filmed 'mocking' taxi driver identified as chicken rice stall owner, restaurant being 'harassed' - The Straits Times;

Man filmed 'mocking' taxi driver identified as chicken rice stall owner, restaurant being 'harassed' - The Straits Times

The Star OnlineMan filmed 'mocking' taxi driver identified as chicken rice stall owner, restaurant being 'harassed'The Straits TimesBoth taxi driver and passenger have said they filed police reports. The passenger has been identified as the boss of The Yang's Traditional Hainanese Chicken Rice at Serangoon Road, Mr Gary Lim.PHOTO: SCREENGRABS FROM FACEBOOK. Published.Man who goaded taxi driver with $1000 notes identified; issues apologyMothership.sg (registration)all 2 news articles »

Parking zones, more bicycle racks part of new bike-sharing pilot in Jurong - Channel NewsAsia;

Parking zones, more bicycle racks part of new bike-sharing pilot in Jurong - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaParking zones, more bicycle racks part of new bike-sharing pilot in JurongChannel NewsAsiaMP Ang Wei Neng at the launch of the bicycle sharing scheme and parking lots. (Photo: Kenneth Lim). By Kenneth Lim @KenLimCNA. 29 Apr 2017 02:06PM (Updated: 29 Apr 2017 02:10PM ). Share this content. Share on Facebook. Share on Facebook.MOU signed between Jurong-Clementi Town Council and bike-sharing firms to encourage responsible bicycle useThe Straits Timesall 2 news articles »

HDB to build 2000 flats next to Pasir Ris Park as part of town's renewal plans - Channel NewsAsia;

HDB to build 2000 flats next to Pasir Ris Park as part of town's renewal plans - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaHDB to build 2000 flats next to Pasir Ris Park as part of town's renewal plansChannel NewsAsiaSINGAPORE: About 2,000 more public housing flats and a new mixed-used development that's integrated with the bus interchange will be built in Pasir Ris in the next few years, announced the Housing and Development Board (HDB) on Saturday (29 Apr).Sun, sand, sea: Resort living in Pasir Ris under HDB rejuvenation plansThe Straits Timesall 3 news articles »

Changi shoppers stand to win $1 million and a brand new S90 Volvo in airport's biggest retail promotion - The Straits Times;

Changi shoppers stand to win $1 million and a brand new S90 Volvo in airport's biggest retail promotion - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesChangi shoppers stand to win $1 million and a brand new S90 Volvo in airport's biggest retail promotionThe Straits TimesSINGAPORE - Changi Airport has given its popular 'Be a Changi Millionaire' retail promotion an extra high octane boost this year. On top of the cash prize, travellers and visitors who shop at the airport also stand to win an all-new Volvo S90 T5 luxury ...“Injecting buzz and excitement”: Changi Airport boosts 'Millionaire' retail promotionThe Moodie Davitt Reportall 2 news articles »

STI up 1.1% after window dressing - The New Paper;

STI up 1.1% after window dressing - The New Paper

The New PaperSTI up 1.1% after window dressingThe New PaperEven as worries over France's presidential election faded, there was a replacement to keep the market occupied - the Trump administration's tax plans. Details have been sketchy so far, resulting in the US and other markets unsure of what the next move ...Singapore shares edge up slightlyThe Straits Timesall 2 news articles »

Why It Matters - The Straits Times

Why It MattersThe Straits TimesEvery day on Page 2 of The Straits Times, reporters write about why certain news reports matter to readers. This is a weekly round-up of the columns. The next census, to be conducted in 2020, will help to uncover the number of people with disabilities ...and more »

Singapore: NTU to invest $5.7m in Big Data, AI lab - DEALSTREETASIA;

Singapore: NTU to invest $5.7m in Big Data, AI lab - DEALSTREETASIA

DEALSTREETASIASingapore: NTU to invest $5.7m in Big Data, AI labDEALSTREETASIASingapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is investing S$8 million ($5.7 million) in a new research centre focused on big data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). The new centre, called Data Science & Artificial Intelligence Research ...and more »

Singapore firms reflect pick up in business sentiment - TODAYonline;

Singapore firms reflect pick up in business sentiment - TODAYonline

THE BUSINESS TIMESSingapore firms reflect pick up in business sentimentTODAYonlineSINGAPORE — Overall business sentiment on the growth prospects of the Singapore economy has improved, according to two surveys on business expectations released on Friday (April 28). The Economic Development Board (EDB) found that a net ...Manufacturing firms mostly optimistic but outlook mixed for services sector: SurveysThe Straits TimesBusiness sentiment for service sector improves for the next 6 monthsAsiaOneall 5 news articles »

Office rents, prices extend decline in Q1 while retail slump deepens - TODAYonline;

Office rents, prices extend decline in Q1 while retail slump deepens - TODAYonline

Channel NewsAsiaOffice rents, prices extend decline in Q1 while retail slump deepensTODAYonlineSINGAPORE — Plagued by rising vacancies and intense competition among landlords for tenants, office rents fell for the eight straight quarter in the first three months of the year, data from the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) showed on Friday ...Private home prices down for 14th straight quarter in Q1Channel NewsAsiaSingapore private home prices continue to slide; non-landed prices stay flat in Q1(Amended)THE BUSINESS TIMESPrivate home prices fall for 14th straight quarter in Q1, with decline easing slightly to 0.4%: URAThe Straits Timesall 9 news articles »

Gas tariffs for households to increase 2.44% from May to July - Channel NewsAsia;

Gas tariffs for households to increase 2.44% from May to July - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaGas tariffs for households to increase 2.44% from May to JulyChannel NewsAsiaSINGAPORE: Households will pay higher prices for the town gas that they get from City Gas over the next three months. City Gas, which supplies town gas to nearly 90 per cent of residents in new Housing and Development Board estates, announced on ...2.4% hike in gas tariff for households from May 1 to July 31The Straits TimesHousehold gas tariffs to rise by 2.44% from MayTODAYonlineall 3 news articles »

Mediacorp CEO Shaun Seow steps down; search for successor begins - Channel NewsAsia;

Mediacorp CEO Shaun Seow steps down; search for successor begins - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaMediacorp CEO Shaun Seow steps down; search for successor beginsChannel NewsAsiaSINGAPORE: Mediacorp CEO Shaun Seow will be leaving the company later this year to join its parent, Temasek, assuming a role in Temasek's Telecom, Media and Technology investments. Mediacorp announced on Friday (Apr 28) that its board was ...Mediacorp CEO Shaun Seow leaves to join parent Temasek HoldingsThe Straits Timesall 5 news articles »

ERP rates on AYE doubled, new gantry on KPE activated - Channel NewsAsia;

ERP rates on AYE doubled, new gantry on KPE activated - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaERP rates on AYE doubled, new gantry on KPE activatedChannel NewsAsiaSINGAPORE: The Land Transport Authority has made revisions to the Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates after its latest quarterly review of traffic conditions, it announced on Friday (Apr 28). The ERP rates on the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) after North ...ERP kicks in during morning peak hours at KPE stretch from May 8The Straits TimesNew ERP gantry to be activated, revised ERP rates from May 8TODAYonlineMotorists to pay double for ERP along AYE after North Buona Vista RoadAsiaOneall 4 news articles »

Bukit Merah bus package put up for tender - Channel NewsAsia;

Bukit Merah bus package put up for tender - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaBukit Merah bus package put up for tenderChannel NewsAsiaSINGAPORE: A fourth bus package under the Government Contracting Model was put up for tender on Friday (Apr 28), the Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced in a news release. The Bukit Merah bus package comprises 18 bus services, including ...New Bukit Merah bus package to operate 18 services put up for tenderThe Straits Timesall 3 news articles »

Tigerair passengers left stranded in Xi'an for more than 24 hours - Channel NewsAsia;

Tigerair passengers left stranded in Xi'an for more than 24 hours - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaTigerair passengers left stranded in Xi'an for more than 24 hoursChannel NewsAsiaSINGAPORE: Passengers on a Tigerair flight from Xi'an to Singapore were left stranded after a delay of more than 24 hours. Initially scheduled to take off at 11.35pm on Wednesday (Apr 26), passengers on flight TR2969 were told to disembark about two ...At least 4 Singaporeans stranded in China after Tigerair delay, police called in to contain commotionAsiaOneall 2 news articles »

Unemployment for locals stable in Q1, but drop in work permit holders sees total employment fall - The Straits Times;

Unemployment for locals stable in Q1, but drop in work permit holders sees total employment fall - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesUnemployment for locals stable in Q1, but drop in work permit holders sees total employment fallThe Straits TimesSINGAPORE - Unemployment for Singaporeans and permanent residents held steady in the first three months of the year, with no change from the seasonally adjusted rate for residents of 3.2 per cent at the end of last year. Labour market indicators were ...Unemployment could rise further: Lim Swee SayChannel NewsAsiaFewer layoffs in Q1 but total employment declinesAsiaOne'Unemployment could rise further' as Singapore tackles structural transition: Swee SayTODAYonlineTHE BUSINESS TIMESall 16 news articles »

UOB Q1 profit rises 5.4%, topping forecasts, as income offsets provisions - The Straits Times;

UOB Q1 profit rises 5.4%, topping forecasts, as income offsets provisions - The Straits Times

Channel NewsAsiaUOB Q1 profit rises 5.4%, topping forecasts, as income offsets provisionsThe Straits TimesSINGAPORE - United Overseas Bank, the first of Singapore's Big Three lenders to report results, posted a better-than-expected 5.4 per cent increase in first-quarter earnings as higher income from loans, trading and wealth management outweighed higher ...UOB posts 5.4% increase in Q1 profitChannel NewsAsiaall 12 news articles »

6470 cartons of contraband cigarettes seized in 2 days - TODAYonline;

6470 cartons of contraband cigarettes seized in 2 days - TODAYonline

The Online Citizen6470 cartons of contraband cigarettes seized in 2 daysTODAYonlineApproximately 750kg of chewing tobacco and 3,448 cartons of duty-unpaid cigarettes were seized. Photo: ICA. mail · print. View all 0 comments. Tweet · Share. Published: 4:05 PM, April 26, 2017. Updated: 9:57 PM, April 26, 2017. SINGAPORE — They were ...Officers seize 750kg of chewing tobacco, more than 6000 cartons of cigarettesChannel NewsAsiaICA foils attempts to smuggle 750kg of tobacco, 6470 cartons of contraband cigarettes via Woodlands CheckpointThe Straits TimesLorries used in the smuggling of prohibited chewing tobacco and duty-unpaid cigarettes / photo: ICAThe Online Citizenall 11 news articles »

Hong Leong Finance net profit up 13.2% in Q1 - The Straits Times

Hong Leong Finance net profit up 13.2% in Q1The Straits TimesSINGAPORE - Finance firm Hong Leong Finance posted a net profit of $16.5 million in the first quarter, up 13.2 per cent from the same period a year earlier. Net interest income and hiring charges in the three months to March 31 was $36.3 million, down ...Hong Leong Finance's Q1 profit risesTHE BUSINESS TIMESall 2 news articles »