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Trailer: Taking It On

Money Mind
Episode 5

Taking a cruise – it’s becoming the “in”-thing for Asians. And, property cooling measures are still firmly in place – ...

The thinking behind the Bank of Japan's decision to do nothing of note at its policy meeting

First Look Asia

Has the Bank of Japan lost its resolve or even worse, run out of options? We spoke with Bernard Aw, Market Strategist ...

A Rising Star In MMA

First Look Asia

They're a family of martial arts exponents and one of them is aiming to make history as the youngest ever mixed martial ...

Fighting Slavery In Asia

First Look Asia

How can businesses, governments and consumers in Asia partner in the fight against modern slavery? We discuss that with ...

Malaysian Kingmaker

Insight
Episode 4

Can Prime Minister Najib rely on the outcome of Sarawak's state election to shore up his position and build up momentum ...

Climate Change and the Global Economy

Perspectives
Episode 5

Climate has the potential to 'wreak havoc on economic output'. Yet business and political leaders are turning a blind ...

Eat List Star Bootcamp - Episode 4

Who made it to the top 5 and bottom 5 of the Philips challenge? Watch to find out!

Eat List Star Bootcamp - Episode 3

Who churned out amazing dishes? Who fell short? Join our 5 judges at the table as they taste the results of the Philips ...

The Three Degrees In Studio

First Look Asia

Over 50 years in the music business and still going strong! The ladies from The Three Degrees share with us their ...

The Fed policy decision and the Bank of Japan's management of the economy

First Look Asia

Can we rule out a June hike, as the FOMC meeting occurs one week before UK vote to pull out of the European Union? We ...

Reviewing Captain America: Civil War and The Boss

First Look Asia

Superheroes clash in the latest Marvel film - Captain America: Civil War. But what does our resident reviewer think ...

Scaling Up Entrepreneurship - From Startup To Enterprise

Perspectives
Episode 4

Asia's startups are attracting international attention from VCs. From Singapore, Jakarta to Bangkok, Manila, business ...

News Clips

China denies Hong Kong visit request by US carrier group: Pentagon

Asia Pacific

China has denied a request for a U.S. carrier strike group led by the USS John C. Stennis to visit to Hong Kong, the U ...

Last orders? After Hong Kong court ruling, ‘ladies nights’ could be banned

Asia Pacific

After a Hong Kong court ruled them to be discriminatory against men, are “ladies nights” set to be a thing of the past ...

Suburban malls doing well amid gloomy retail outlook

Business Singapore

Analysts tell Channel NewsAsia suburban malls could remain a bright spot for the sector given their location and ...

Labour Movement to develop strategy of ‘employment insurance’: Chan Chun Sing

Singapore

Speaking at NTUC's May Day dinner and awards, the labour chief adds that tripartite partners must challenge themselves ...

Stiffer fines for repeat offenders who leave vehicle engine idling

Singapore

Starting Jun 1, motorists caught leaving their vehicle engines idling for a second or subsequent time will face a fine ...

Taxi fare cheats to face higher fines from May 9

Singapore

Offenders will face a fine of S$200 for the first offence and S$400 for the second offence, up from the current fines ...

20,000 preschoolers to take part in community service projects

Singapore

Under the six-month-long initiative, the children will take part in projects such as food donation drives, clean-ups of ...

Changi Airport passenger traffic up 8.1% in March

Singapore

Passenger traffic at Changi Airport rose 8.1 per cent to 4.9 million last month, while flight movements rose 4.6 per ...

OCBC Q1 profit down 14% on lower insurance income, higher allowances

Singapore

For the three months ended March, net profit was S$856 million, down from S$993 million a year ago.

Nutrition-focused R&D centre gives food companies and SMEs an edge

Singapore

Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat says such a centre will be valuable to companies in this sector, as they can use the ...

New counter-terrorism teams to be rolled out by June

Singapore

The Emergency Response Teams will comprise of officers who are specially trained with counter-assault skills and better ...

Phase 1 of Tuas Terminal construction begins

Singapore

When completed, the mega-port terminal will be able to handle about 20 million standard-sized container units yearly ...

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