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Hugo Boss teams up with Morsels for omakase menu – proceeds go to charity

10 per cent of proceeds from the Boss and Morsels collaboration menu will go to local charity, The Food Bank Singapore.

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When beds must be moved urgently,, Covid-19 patients in TTSH and NCID can count on these nurses.

Tired staff, but pushing on: How TTSH-NCID responded to COVID-19 from day one

CNA Insider trailed staff from Tan Tock Seng Hospital and the National Centre for Infectious Diseases through the lulls, ...


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If this is what “clubbing” is in this new normal, I will take what I can get.

Karen Tee says it’s unclear what will be left of the nightlife scene after this coronavirus finally blows over.

Zouk's Capital Kitchen. (Photo: Karen Tee)
Commentary Commentary: We will miss Singapore's nightlife scene sorely if it dies
Certain household chores ... in the homes of close family members ... are clear infringements of the law.

Shamsul Kamar, Executive Director of the Centre for Domestic Employees, discusses if foreign domestic workers can be redeployed to work in other homes.

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Commentary Commentary: Can foreign domestic workers help with chores in homes of close family members?
Beyond thinking long-term, SIA should consider greener alternatives to flights to nowhere.

Environmental law researcher Eric Bea explains how SIAs flights to nowhere is a bad idea fo the environment.

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Commentary Commentary: Flights to nowhere raise bigger questions about Singapore Airlines’ future
Joe Biden could become the second person to win more than 50 per cent of the votes cast and still lose.

Steven R Okun and Thurgood Marshall Jr , both senior officials in the Clinton administration, explain how US' unique political system could still leave Trump a winner.

US President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden
Commentary Commentary: Trump will get beaten by Biden by millions of votes but plans to win anyway
The new prime minister is known to have a strict and gruelling regime, starting his day at 5am daily, which goes on to include a disciplined fitness schedule.

Researcher Dr Lim Tai Wei argues why Yoshihide Suga is the right answer fpr Japan's current challenges despite his unusual background.

Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga arrives at his official residence in Tokyo
Commentary Commentary: We may have underestimated Japan's new prime minister Yoshihide Suga
He was only two days into joining this community on WhatsApp when a frantic neighbour started accusing others in the chat group of stealing her plants.

Carol Soon, internet and community expert, suggests ways in which our neighbourhood chat groups can be more useful to us.

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Commentary Commentary: Are our neighbourhood chat groups starting to be a pain?

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