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  1. When there was no money, ikan bilis was ‘like gold’: The art of humble cooking

    Families can afford much better ingredients today than in the past. But as these ‘poor’ dishes disappear, are we also losing a rich heritage of ...
  2. Five on Friday: 5 ways to save the S.League

    In our regular look at what has been making the headlines, Ramesh William offers an alternative route to reviving Singapore's premier football league.
  3. Football: Singapore striker Sahil Suhaimi to train with Burnley

    He leaves this weekend and is set to be placed in the development squad.
  4. Suspected serial milk powder thief arrested

    About 200 tins of milk powder with an estimated value of more than S$10,000 were seized from his home, police say.
  5. As casino exclusion orders rise, families urged to watch out for gambling addiction

    As at Sep 30, 20,866 Singaporeans and PRs have requested casino exclusion orders for themselves, up 18 per cent from a year ago.
  6. Proposed changes to Elected Presidency up for debate in Parliament on Nov 7

    The Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (Amendment) Bill, which was tabled by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean at the last Parliament ...
  7. Online gambling decision a 'judgment call' by Govt: National Council of Churches

    The latest statement by the National Council of Churches of Singapore comes after its leaders had a “candid and important face-to-face discussion” ...
  8. PERGAS expresses concern over negative effects of online gambling

    PERGAS said permitting online gambling to be offered by the two local operators may lead to "the erosion of moral values withing our community".
  9. Online gambling 'an extremely worrying trend': Office of the Mufti

    When a person becomes addicted to online gambling, they are "more prone to lose control of themselves and spiral into lawlessness", the Office of ...
  10. Catholic Church calls for regular review of safeguards against ill effects of gambling in Singapore

    Archbishop William Goh says the Catholic Church remains concerned about the possible ill-effects of a “gambling culture” that could grip Singaporeans.

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