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Ngee Ann Polytechnic students pledge to create a better Singapore
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Ngee Ann Polytechnic students pledge to create a better Singapore

SINGAPORE: Ngee Ann Polytechnic students are coming together to pledge to create a better Singapore as they celebrate the nation's Golden Jubilee. Their pledges are part of a five-day seminar that aims to get students thinking about active ... Channel NewsAsia, 4 hours ago
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Outlook for bonds continues to be uncertain: Analysts

SINGAPORE: Bonds may be getting investors attention again, but analysts have said the outlook continues to be uncertain. With US interest rates expected to climb, global bond prices are seen heading south, with some volatility along the way. ...
 Channel NewsAsia4 hours ago
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SINGAPORE: India's three metropolitan cities, Kolkata, Mumbai and Bangalore, have emerged as the top three fastest growing cities in A T Kearney's Global Cities Index, which is topped by New York and London. The three cities have been ...
 Asia Insurance Post6 hours ago Kolkata, Mumbai, B'lore in fastest-growing cities list  Economic Times5 days ago
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DBS pledges S$12m more to boost activities in Marina Bay area

SINGAPORE: DBS will pump in S$12 million more over three years to boost activities in the Marina Bay area, the bank announced on Monday (May 25). DBS had pledged S$10 million in 2013 to introduce a slew of activities to attract people to the area.
 Channel NewsAsia6 hours ago

SEA Games: Chartered buses, rental cars to be used to ferry athletes, officials

SINGAPORE: A tender for 10,000 taxi trips that was called for in December last year - meant to transport small groups of athletes, officials and volunteers during the upcoming SEA Games - has not been awarded by organisers. Channel NewsAsia ...
 Channel NewsAsia7 hours ago

Are youth really not volunteering enough?

Volunteer work in Singapore ranks only at No. 15 on the list of important goals for young people here, a recent survey found. Only 12 per cent of the 2,843 young people in Singapore aged 15 to 34 polled by the National Youth Council (NYC) in the ...
 Asiaone7 hours ago

Vivian Hsu rumoured to have undergone womb-related surgery

SINGAPORE - Taiwanese singer and actress Vivian Hsu is believed to have gone through a womb-related surgery in April this year, according to Asian entertainment news site Asian E-News Portal. The 40-year-old, who is currently four months pregnant, ...
 Asiaone9 hours ago

Courteous keigo is about showing respect to the listener

Saimon Buraun-to mōshimasu (My name is Simon Brown) Situation 1: At a meeting, Mr. Brown, who came from Singapore on a business trip, says a few words. ブラウン: ...
 Japan Times9 hours ago
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Tax man targets big miners' 'Singapore sling'

It's shaping as a fight that could recover hundreds of millions in lost tax revenue. In one corner is the commissioner of taxation. In the other, Australia's two biggest miners — BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto. At stake is their use of ...
 ABC Online10 hours ago Tax man targets BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto's 'Singapore sling'  ABC Radio Australia9 hours ago Rio Tinto adviser appointed to board advising Abbott government on how to increase tax transparency  Melbourne Age4 days ago
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Wooing talent abroad with high speed rail

TOKYO: Projects like the High Speed Rail between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore will create job opportunities that can attract Malaysian talent from abroad to return home. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said he wanted Malaysians abroad to ...
 TheStar.com.my18 hours ago There is still a lot to learn about the Singapore-KL high speed rail, says Transport Minister  Malay Mail3 days ago
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