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SIA says New Zealand couple seated next to passenger with dog accepted refund, travel vouchers

The couple claimed that the dog belonging to a passenger in the premium economy seat next to them was farting and drooling.Read More

Planning to go on a cruise? 6 insider tips from a Singaporean who’s gone on a 26-ship odyssey

We meet this avid Royal Caribbean fan, who reveals his favourite cabins, dining spots, and optimal times to enjoy crowded attractions onboard.Read More

From kitefoiling champ to sprint queen: What to look out for as Team Singapore begin Asian Games campaign

Will Shanti Pereira score Singapore’s first gold in track and field at the Asian Games in nearly 50 years? Will the swim team miss Joseph Schooling’s presence? Read More

Commentary: What can Singapore do to prevent another billion-dollar money laundering case?

Despite rigorous checks in place, financial criminals can evade detection by exploiting human nature, say Terence Lam and Ng Shi Zhen of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.Read More

S$700 million in proceeds from first sovereign green bonds put towards expansion of Singapore’s rail network

The remaining S$1.7 billion proceeds from the Green SGS (Infra) bonds are expected to be fully allocated to the Jurong Region Line (JRL) and the Cross Island Line (CRL) by the…

Foreigner on trial for subletting to multiple tenants a flat he rented from a prison officer

It is believed that more than 20 people stayed at the flat at one point, with two tenants paying between S$230 and S$250 monthly for a bed space.Read More

Singapore’s fencing team aims for at least two medals at Asian Games

The sport’s national body said the Games will be a litmus test of where Singapore stands on the continental stage, especially ahead of the Paris Olympics in 2024.Read More

Four companies designated domestic systemically important insurers: MAS

The framework for domestic systemically important insurers will come into effect on Jan 1, 2024. Read More

Construction firms grapple with workers’ housing as dorm rental rates soar

While larger firms are dealing with accommodation issues by building their own temporary quarters, some smaller players are struggling with finding new housing solutions.Read More

Incentive for early EV adoption extended to 2025 but lower rebate cap next year

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