Prices of private residential properties fell by 1 per cent on-quarter in Q2, following a 1.3 per cent decrease in the first quarter.
Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard has withdrawn from next week's WTA and ATP tournament in Washington because of medical reasons, organisers said Thursday (July 24).
The Housing and Development Board also notes there will be a rise in the supply of flats in the second half of 2014 - about 15,700, up from 13,090 in the first half of the year.
Internet retail titan Amazon on Thursday (July 24) reported a money-losing quarter despite impressive growth in sales, sending shares plummeting by more than nine per cent.
The United States hopes to give a huge boost to its trade ties with India in an upcoming visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry, US officials said Thursday (July 24).
The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) has received S$1.25 million in government funding to develop a sea-based farming system that would be more sustainable.
Japanese consumer inflation rose 3.3 per cent year-on-year in June -- pushed up by a sales tax rise and higher electricity bills -- but eased slightly from the previous month, government data showed Friday (July 25).
Some fitness experts say that NSmen may be more motivated to train now that the test is easier, while others say the new test format could result in a drop in fitness level.
The weightlifting at the Commonwealth Games got off to a dramatic start when Indian teen Mirabai Chanu Saikom was red carded after what she thought had been a final winning lift in the women's 48kg category.
Kimberley Renicks won hosts Scotland's first gold medal of the 2014 Commonwealth Games on Thursday (July 24) when she claimed the women's under-48kg judo title with victory over India's Sushila Likmabam.