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Singapore — A total of 342 foreign workers who live in a block in Space@Tuas have been moved to a government quarantine facility following the detection of a new Covid-19 infection in the dormitory. The Ministry of Manpower announced this on Thursday (Oct 1). The new case had been discovered on Monday during rostered routine […]
Caifan might not be our national dish, but it is certainly the one that feeds the most number of Singaporeans daily. But what if local favourites like sweet and sour The post Is It Possible To Feed Our Nation with Just Caifan? appeared first on RICE.
Founder BKT also clarified its recent opening in Chengdu, China following its open letter about its struggling business. The post Founder Bak Kut Teh Closes Down Bugis Outlet, But Opens New Franchise Outlet In China appeared first on Vulcan Post.
Singapore’s one of the best places to start a business, and there are many available schemes here to help you gain a kickstart. The post Starting A Biz? These 9 S’pore Startup Programmes Offer Funding And Mentorship Opportunities appeared first on Vulcan Post.
Singapore—In the wake of recent near-executions, discussions are ongoing as to whether the death penalty should be abolished, with rights groups renewing this call. MARUAH, a local human rights Non-Government Organization, issued a statement on October 1 (Thursday) simply entitled “Abolish the Death Penalty.” Referencing the interim stay of execution granted to Syed Suhail bin […]
Singaporeans who continue to display their national flags outside their homes will risk being fined up to S$1,000. The post S’pore Residents Have To Take Down National Flags By 30 Sep Or Get Fined $1K – Here’s Why appeared first on Vulcan Post.
Former Emeritus Senior Minister (ESM) Goh Chok Tong took to social media to reminisce on his days as a schoolboy exploring the CBD. In a Facebook post on Monday (Sep 28), Mr Goh shared a photo of the Ascott Raffles Place and wrote: “Walkcation nostalgia: This building used to be known as the Asia Insurance […]
As division roils the country ahead of the US presidential election, Justine Lee is out to “Make America Dinner Again” and foster understanding in the process. The creator of the private Facebook group by that name faces the challenge of keeping conversation civil at a social network criticized as a cauldron of toxicity. MADA was started when Lee, who lives in New York’s Bronx borough, and a friend were stunned by the outcome of the 2016…
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