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Singaporean who issues stay-home notice tracking devices at Changi Airport among 24 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore

A Singaporean man who works at Changi Airport issuing electronic monitoring devices to incoming travellers on stay-home notice was among the 24 new COVID-19 infections reported in Singapore as of noon on Sun, said MOH. The 43-year-old man,…

3 legal tips all property owners should know

1) Wills and joint ownership – If you own property, it goes without saying that you should have a will in place so that your beneficiaries get their deserving share. Otherwise, all assets will be divided equally among…

Culturally tight societies like Singapore fare better in Covid-19 fight: Study

Countries with greater social cohesion such as Singapore have performed far better in the Covid-19 pandemic, with only a fifth the number of infections seen in nations with high levels of “cultural looseness”. The difference in performance is…

No CNY light-up in Chinatown, but shoppers soak in the festive atmosphere

Seeing the huge street displays in Chinatown being lit up is a significant part of CNY experience for many Singaporeans. One of them was Ms Connie Lee, 46, who went to Chinatown on Sat evening expecting to see…

Supermarkets in Singapore stock up and take steps to ease festive CNY rush

Supermarkets are extending their opening hours and adding delivery slots to cope with the expected surge in demand for grocery orders ahead of CNY. The major supermarket chains told ST they will have stores open on the first…

Singapore wet markets implement crowd control measures ahead of CNY

Visiting the Chong Pang City Wet Market is a daily routine for housewife Sum Kwai Siong, but the risk of Covid-19 infections from crowds expected over CNY is keeping her on edge. “It would mean a longer waiting…

Banning bicycles from footpaths won’t make poor cycling habits disappear

For anyone who has had a close shave with a cyclist who may have been pedaling just a little too fast, the natural instinct might be to wish pedestrians never have to face such situations. Many unfortunate, avoidable…

Why hasn’t solar energy in Singapore taken off in a big way after so long?

Singapore’s deployment of solar PV panels at significant scale started in about 2009 and accelerated from 2015. By Sept 2020, the total installed capacity was 400 MWp. But this is still only a tiny fraction of the country’s…

A COVID-19 Chinese New Year: Simple celebrations and safety measures at restaurants, shops

Ms Tay Ying Hui, 25, will still be visiting her extended family, it will be “controlled”, and reunion dinners will be held in smaller groups, she said. “My family and I would try to go to public places…

About 4,600 rental tenants have bought their first homes in last 5 years with help of housing grants

About 4,600 public rental tenants have moved on to buy their first homes in the last five years, HDB said on Sun. They were able to do so with the help of various HDB housing schemes and grants,…

HDB Feb 2021 BTO In-Depth Review: Tengah (Parc Woods @ Tengah)

Here’s 99.co’s detailed review of the Feb 2021 Tengah BTO, Parc Woods @ Tengah. Located within a 5-minute walk to commercial amenities at Tengah Town Centre and a 7-minute walk to Tengah MRT station on JRL. Although residents…

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