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Singapore seeks to crack down on unwanted dick pics, marital rape, revenge porn and child sex dolls

SingPost slapped with $100k fine for failing to meet quality of service standards in 2017

SingPost slapped with $100k fine for failing to meet quality of service standards in 2017

Singapore Post just can’t catch a break, and perhaps deservedly so.

The British are mad that Brexit supporter James Dyson is ditching the UK for Singapore

The British are mad that Brexit supporter James Dyson is ditching the UK for Singapore

Well, this certainly sucks for Brexiteers.

Dyson switches headquarters from Britain to Singapore

Dyson switches headquarters from Britain to Singapore

Nothing to do with Brexit, the company said.

Singapore’s CapitaLand in $11b deal, creating Asia’s biggest property group

Singapore’s CapitaLand in $11b deal, creating Asia’s biggest property group

If it goes through, CapitaLand will be Asia's biggest property group with assets in dozens of countries.

It’s curtains for live performances at iconic arts venue Blu Jaz Cafe in February

It’s curtains for live performances at iconic arts venue Blu Jaz Cafe in February

The fate has been sealed for one of Singapore’s most iconic independent music venues.

Singapore can rely on ‘alternative sources’ for eggs if Malaysia limits exports: AVA

Singapore can rely on ‘alternative sources’ for eggs if Malaysia limits exports: AVA

Fret not, egg-heads.

From parcel delivery to security, Singapore bets big on drones

From parcel delivery to security, Singapore bets big on drones

Hi-tech Singapore is planning to roll out a swarm of drones for tasks that include delivering parcels, inspecting buildings and providing security, but safety and privacy concerns...

Singapore probes embattled Noble Group for ‘false statements’

Singapore probes embattled Noble Group for ‘false statements’

Once one of the world's top commodity trading houses, Noble is struggling to stay afloat.

NTUC Foodfare rebuts allegations of unfair treatment in running Old Airport Road Food Center

NTUC Foodfare rebuts allegations of unfair treatment in running Old Airport Road Food Center

More rebuttals.


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