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Laksa cookies and chicken rice kits: A taste of Singapore packed into gift sets at Changi Airport
SINGAPORE: From laksa-flavoured cookies, chicken rice premixes to durian candy and Singapore Sling-flavoured rock sugar, tourists at Changi Airport now have a greater selection of local food gifts to take home.Dedicated aisles featuring about 20 local food products have been introduced at Taste ...
Woman hit by bus in Sengkang dies from injuries
SINGAPORE: The woman who was hit by a bus in Sengkang on Friday (Nov 17) afternoon has died in hospital.Channel NewsAsia understands that Ms Huan Luyang, 38, was pronounced dead at 3.40am on Saturday at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. The accident happened at the junction of Anchorvale Road and ...
Singaporeans advised to take precautions when travelling in light of recent attacks: MFA
SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) advised Singaporeans to "be informed and be safe" after " various attacks on civilian targets which affected areas popular with tourists and locals" this year.In a travel advisory, the Foreign Affairs Ministry noted that there have been attacks in ...
Maserati driver charged for injuring traffic police officer in hit-and-run incident
According to court documents, the 26-year-old officer was clinging onto the driver's door and was dragged for about 100 meters before falling down on the road, sustaining "serious bodily injuries".
Europe: Warnings, downgrades weigh as shares post another weekly fall
[MILAN] Disappointing earnings updates and a series of broker downgrades weighed on European shares on Friday, with regional indexes posting their second weekly fall in a row.
US: Stocks retreat as tax debate enters 'hard part
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks pulled back on Friday amid skepticism over the prospects for a US tax cut, as Apple dipped after delaying the release of its anticipated HomePod speaker programme.
Singapore shares bounce back on excellent export figures
LOCAL equities yesterday bounced back after sterling export figures came in for October. The Straits Times Index (STI) closed higher by 41.08 points, or 1.23 per cent, at 3,382.38, after sagging over a lacklustre week as earnings reporting season winds down.
Brokers' take
WE believe the sector is in the early stages of a recovery and recent share-price weakness on the back of profit-taking should be an opportunity to raise exposure.
MPA to facilitate use of drones in ship surveys
MORE than 4,600 ships flying the Singapore flag stand to have their inspections done more quickly and safely, courtesy of unmanned drones instead of human surveyors.
Ripple effect for Changi Business Park
THE nature of a ripple effect is affecting and enormous: An action of tossing a stone into water can create a continuous forward motion. It is simple, yet the results can be distinctly powerful.
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