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  1. Car park label scheme for disabled people tightened, taxi subsidy scheme enhanced

  2. Singapore should have minimum wage, says economist Lim Chong Yah

    The former National Wages Council chairman goes "On The Record" about what led to his thinking on income inequality and his arguments for why the ...
  3. IMF says Asia facing risks from rise in protectionism

  4. Commentary: How can businesses thrive in today’s digital world?

    Businesses that want to ride out disruptions from the new wave of globalisation and take advantage of new opportunities effectively need to answer ...
  5. Post-secondary bursaries will be enhanced to increase their reach and scale: MOE

    Twelve thousand more students will benefit from the changes, bringing the total number of beneficiaries to 71,000 each year.
  6. Commentary: Bhutan and Nepal - 2 ‘least developed countries’ that could change the face of Asia

    Because the development performance of least developed countries (LDCs) has been so disappointing, only four have graduated to developing country ...
  7. Singapore signs deal to help develop Sri Lanka's Western Region

    The agreement will open doors for Singapore companies in the urban solutions and connectivity sectors in Sri Lanka, International Enterprise ...
  8. 580 students in Teck Ghee Division awarded bursaries

    Bursaries worth S$146,352 have been raised this year by 73 donors from the community as well as 19 organising groups.
  9. Youths doing community work to get cash grants from GIC

    Under the scheme, youths can get cash grants of up to S$5,000 if they commit to a leadership programme comprising training and at least 25 hours ...
  10. Schools to close on Friday due to worsening haze situation: MOE

    As the haze situation in Singapore worsens, schools in Singapore will be closed on Friday (Sep 25), says the Ministry of Education.

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