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An in-depth update of 88 new launch condos: Have prices risen or fallen?

“You’ll make instant profit”, the sales team will tell you, “if you buy at a discount now, and then the prices rise in a few months”. It’s a familiar sales pitch in many show flats; and to Singapore’s…

The former Sungei Road market vendors: Where are they now?

As a street vendor, Jason Goh was known to sell some unusual wares. Four years after his stall had to close, he says those stones with elephant sperm inside are “still very saleable”. This former Sungei Road market…

No roaming cattle but with high-tech labs, could Singapore be a ‘meat’ exporter?

As a tiny city-state with a population density that ranks third in the world, Singapore isn’t particularly suited for conventional agriculture and free-roaming livestock. But Gaia Foods needs no farm to feed a world hungry for some sinewy…

5 killed in Tanjong Pagar crash: 29-year-old driver believed to have sped before crashing into shophouse

Five people have died and one was taken to SGH after a car slammed into the front of a shophouse on Sat morning. A police spokesman said that at 5.40am, they were alerted to an accident involving a…

NTUC FairPrice and Sheng Siong in Pasir Ris visited six times in a week by Covid-19 cases while infectious

People infected by the coronavirus had visited two supermarkets in Pasir Ris a total of six times in the span of a week, MOH said on Fri. The two supermarkets are NTUC FairPrice at Pasir Ris West Plaza…

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