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Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature opens at former Big Splash site in East Coast Park

Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature opened on Sun at the former Big Splash site in East Coast Park, said NParks. The iconic landmark – which ceased operations in 2016 – has been redeveloped into Coastal PlayGrove, a 4.5-hectare…

Change in scenery needed for better mental health: Experts

It’s not surprising more people are finding personal “green spaces” to cope with anxiety and stress from measures imposed to combat the Covid-19 outbreak, said mental health experts. Dr Annabelle Chow, principal clinical psychologist at Annabelle Psychology, said…

15km nature trail across East Coast Park to open in 10 years, from Gardens by the Bay East to Changi

Nature lovers in Singapore, as well as anyone who enjoys a good hike, can look forward to having a 15km nature trail running the entire length of East Coast Park in about 10 years. It will extend from…

Illegal occupants of state land face fine, up to six months’ jail

The authorities managing the land where the secret structures and gardens were found told ST that they have been taken down or are in the process of being removed. HDB said it conducts regular inspections on state land…

Secret gardens, mini lodge and shrine hidden in Singapore’s forests

It is a hill that is about 100m high, cratered with hidden potholes that would pose a challenge to anyone looking to conquer it. Yet, for one skinny 85-year-old retiree, who gave his name only as Mr Xi,…

F&B outlets in S’pore have mixed views over easing of Covid-19 curbs

When restaurant director, Cliff Xu, found out that up to 75 per cent of staff can return to the workplace from Apr 5, he was elated. Mr Xu, 37, who manages two City Hot Pot restaurants in CBD,…

Companies in Singapore prepare to welcome more workers back to offices as Covid-19 rules eased

Last Thurs, a day after it was announced that more workers will be allowed in workplaces from Apr 5, Affinidi Group’s CEO Glenn Gore went shopping for new couches employees can use. “Comfortable couches allow for relaxed conversations…

Where HDB upgraders are moving to

Singapore’s public housing market posted a stunning performance last year. There were more than 25,000 resale flat transactions, and this was the highest sales volume recorded in eight years. Prices of resale flats pushed new boundaries in many…

From London to Singapore and Sydney, cities around the world dim their lights to mark Earth Hour

Cities around the world were turning off their lights on Sat for Earth Hour, with this year’s event highlighting the link between the destruction of nature and increasing outbreaks of diseases such as Covid-19. Asia had kicked off…

Mustafa Centre, shop in Little India among places visited by Covid-19 cases while infectious

MOH on Sat added two more locations, including the popular Mustafa Centre mall in Little India, to a list of public places that had been visited by Covid-19 cases during their infectious period. It said that the infectious…

Imported COVID-19 case did not report symptoms during stay-home notice, tests positive after isolation period

A Singaporean man who returned from Kazakhstan failed to report that he had a cough while serving his stay-home notice at a dedicated facility and later tested positive for COVID-19 after his isolation period ended. The 49-year-old man,…

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