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Wage, rental support to be extended for F&B and sectors affected by tightened measures

Licensed F&B outlets, gyms, fitness studios, performing arts organisations and arts education centres will receive extended wage support from July 26 to Aug 8, in view of tightened safe mgmt measures announced by the MTF on Fri. These…

Singapore goes green with bonds

There is a difference between green bonds and perpetual securities, sustainability bonds and sustinability-linked bonds (SLB). Green bonds and perpetuals are likely to fund only green projects; sustainability bonds fund green and/or social projects; and the use of…

Enforcement is ‘cat and mouse’ game, agencies stretched: Lawrence Wong

While enforcement efforts will be ramped up in the wake of the ongoing KTV lounges/clubs cluster, it remains a “cat and mouse” game, with illegal gatherings taking place in many other settings too, said Finance Minister Lawrence Wong…

Over 2,000 people quarantined as part of wide net cast to contain KTV Covid-19 cluster: Ong Ye Kung

The Government has quarantined 2,480 individuals who could potentially be part of a fast-growing Covid-19 cluster involving several karaoke lounges. These people are staff members of the KTV lounges, as well as some patrons of the lounges detected…

Group sizes for indoor high-intensity mask-off activities reduced amid tighter COVID-19 measures

The group sizes for indoor high-intensity mask-off activities have been reduced amid a spike in local COVID-19 cases, MOH said Fri. MOH said that such activities can only be carried out in classes with multiple groups of two,…

COVID-19: Dining-in group size back to 2; groups of 5 only if all fully vaccinated

Dining-in at F&B establishments will be reduced to groups of two for people who are not fully vaccinated, MTI Minster Gan Kim Yong announced. Those who are fully vaccinated can continue to dine-in in groups of five, he…

All nightlife businesses that pivoted to F&B to be suspended for 2 weeks as KTV COVID-19 cluster grows

All nightlife establishments that had pivoted to operating as F&B outlets will have to suspend business for two weeks from Fri after a rise in COVID-19 cases, many of them linked to a growing KTV cluster. The suspension…

Laxer ethnic quota rules may appease sellers but at expense of society

While I sympathise with Mr Gerald Patrick’s struggles in the property market, I am also very mindful of why the EIP imposes such restrictions. Given the recent reports of incidents in which minorities have been unjustly targeted and…

1,300 lift and escalator technicians to benefit from enhanced progressive wage model

Technicians in the lift and escalator industry are getting a boost, as the Singapore government on Fri accepted recommendations from TCLE to increase wages and implement annual bonuses. Sustained wage increases over six years, from 2023 to 2029,…

Family karaoke outlets petition for separate classification from tarred KTV lounges linked to Covid-19 cluster

Nine family-style karaoke businesses have come together to petition the authorities to give them a separate classification from the types associated with the KTV lounges linked to a growing Covid-19 cluster. The petition, titled “Separate family karaoke from…

Cyclists need to make their presence known to pedestrians

Not all pavements have bike paths built alongside them, so cyclists are put in a tough position: To cycle on the road or on the pavement? Cycling on the road creates stress for motorists driving on the left…

HDB downpayment guide: How much do you need for BTO, Resale & EC?

Balloting for a BTO flat used to be the standard procedure for first-time home owners in Singapore. But these days, many are considering resale flats and ECs too. That’s largely because of recent delays for BTO flats, but…

Covid-19 KTV cluster: Govt thought ‘long and hard’ but no tightening of community restrictions for now, says Ong Ye Kung

The loosened restrictions allowing groups of up to five persons to dine out since Mon will remain, despite a surge in Covid-19 community cases on Wed, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said. The authorities had thought “long and…

Sale and slaughter of live turtles, frogs banned at wet markets in S’pore due to health concerns

The sale and slaughter of live turtles and frogs at wet markets in Singapore have been banned since Dec. The move came after a joint appeal by Acres, and SPCA, to raise the safety and welfare standards of…

Singapore can introduce higher carbon taxes and still stay competitive: MAS chief

Singapore is an “outlier” among countries that have introduced a carbon price, and carbon taxes here will have to go up in order to help the Republic meet its climate commitments, said Singapore’s central bank chief. Speaking at…

COVID-19: Singapore to stop entry for long-term pass holders, short-term visitors with travel history to Myanmar

All long-term pass holders and short-term visitors with recent travel history to Myanmar within the last 21 days will not be allowed to enter or transit through Singapore, MOH announced on Wed, given what it described as a…

If people smoke at home, the problem of secondhand smoke will not go away

The issue of secondhand smoke, drifting into homes from neighbours smoking in nearby units, came into focus yet again when two air-conditioned smoking cabins were launched at public housing estates in Clementi. Complaints about secondhand smoke have been…

Good time to improve, standardise TraceTogether token specifications

TraceTogether has worked well in contact tracing, and the widespread use of TraceTogether tokens has been a key factor in this. However, there are two areas that could be improved upon. First, the tokens come in a variety…

Let HDB buy flat back from seller affected by ethnic quota at a small discount

I read with interest of how the unintended effects of the well-intentioned EIP have affected forum writer Gerald Patrick’s ability to sell his flat in the open market within his ethnic group. I suggest a simple plan to…

Openness to different peoples and values must be part of Singapore DNA

I grew up in a HDB flat. The recent discussions on EIP led me to reflect on the impact growing up in a public estate may have had on my own social growth. Subconsciously, the experiences made me…

Update terms of ethnic quota to make it easier for minorities to sell flat

The 1989 EIP means well, and has a role to play. The environment has changed dramatically in the past 32 years, but the policy terms seem stuck in the 1990s. The policy needs to be refined to stay…

BTO MOP flat vs old resale flat: Which makes more financial sense for a single to buy?

In this article, we will take a deep dive into whether it makes more financial sense for singles to choose between a BTO flat that is just out of MOP or an older resale flat. For this comparison,…

Public sector sets more sustainability targets with launch of new green movement

From ramping up solar capacity to replacing government vehicles with cleaner energy models, the public sector is setting new sustainability targets to meet its goal of peaking carbon emissions around 2025. This will come under its new sustainability…

Singapore looks to ‘live with COVID’ as vaccine coverage nears 50%

Singapore is on the verge of becoming Asia’s first major country to fully vaccinate the majority of its population against COVID-19, stepping closer – at least in theory – to exiting the pandemic. A government that once spared…

Nightclubs and karaoke outlets hope to make some noise soon

It has been more than 15 months since nightclubs and karaoke outlets went silent, forced to shut after coronavirus infections first surged in Singapore. There was some hope in Nov last year when a pilot programme was mooted…

Tightened COVID-19 border measures for travellers, transfers from Indonesia: MOH

Singapore will reduce entry approvals for travellers from Indonesia who are not Singapore citizens or PRs with immediate effect, MOH said on Sat. “Entry approvals may be considered where additional safe mgmt measures are taken,” added MOH. The…

5 things you must know before you apply for a Sale of Balance Flat (SBF)

1) Some of the flats sold through SBF are old – Not all SBFs are under construction or leftover from past BTO sales. It may include those given up by owners or even repossessed by HDB. This means…

Public housing a social glue for integration

Tues’s parliamentary debate on EIP suggested there was a confluence of views between the ruling PAP and the opposition WP on the need to enhance the multiracial inclusiveness of Singapore’s common spaces. But the debate also demonstrated differences…

Singapore and EU can collaborate on research, green finance to tackle climate crisis

In the global quest to tackle climate change and the extinction of wildlife species, there are many opportunities for Singapore and the EU to collaborate, such as in the areas of green finance and urban greening. These potential…

Where do cyclists belong? Not on roads or pedestrian paths, a new survey finds

Even as an expert panel mulls over regulations for road cyclists, a survey has found cyclists to be between a rock and a hard place. More than 90 per cent of 503 people surveyed think cyclists should be…

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