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Village Vibes 2.0: What will Holland Village look like in the next three years?

Come 2022, mixed-use development One Holland Village will redefine one of Singapore’s most beloved neighbourhoods. Here, ...

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Dinner time in one of Singapore's foreign worker dormitories.

A year since COVID-19, dorm life leaves migrant workers still hoping for better

Life has not changed much for some workers who are unable to share communal facilities, must still eat in crowded rooms and ...

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IATA estimated that in total, Singapore’s air transport sector supported 375,000 jobs.

Institute of Policy Studies' Faizal Yahya explains why it's important for Singapore to rescue its aviation sector

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Commentary Commentary: This is why Singapore needs to save its airlines and aviation sector
All these initiatives should help catalyse the adoption of frontier technologies, stimulate necessary investments in digital solutions, enhance digital connectivity and reliability in a world facing global supply chain disruptions and resurgent virus outbreaks. 

Budget 2021 has provided enough help for companies and workers to rebuild from COVID-19, says OCBC chief economist Selena Ling

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Commentary Commentary: Companies and workers, forget life before COVID-19. Budget 2021 will help us prepare for life after it
It is likely that Grab, whose financial unit recently raised US$300 million, and who will likely have a right of first refusal on the proposed sale, will make a bid for Tokopedia’s stake in the payments company (Ovo).

Tech lawyer Joel Shen discusses the impact of a Gojek-Tokopedia merger

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Commentary Commentary: A Gojek-Tokopedia merger has ramifications for regional unicorns including Grab and Sea
Reports have emerged that badminton players are having a difficult time reserving public indoor courts, with some even resorting to buying slots from resellers on platforms such as Carousell and Facebook.

Former sports media professional Jan Lin Lee breaks down why badminton is still a cult sport in Singapore

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Commentary Commentary: The curious mania over booking badminton courts in Singapore
Despite the present tight job market, there is still a sizable number of opportunities for A-Level graduates, with many open positions for students in recruitment agencies, educational providers and customer-service providers on job portals and LinkedIn. 

Those who received their A-Levels results this year shouldn't think about university now, argues CNA's Grace Yeoh

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Commentary Commentary: Forget uni for now. After the A-Levels, get work experience first
Little attention has been given to other potential ulterior motives of the military leadership, especially that of the commander-in-chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, now the chair of the 11-member State Administrative Council, a new name of the military junta, of which eight are from the military. 

Political Scientist Nehginpao Kipgen explains what the true intent of the coup in Myanmar may be

FILE PHOTO: Myanmar Commander in Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing salutes as he attends an even
Commentary Commentary: To be president? What Myanmar military leader's endgame may be

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