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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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This incident raises yet again the longstanding issue of North Korea’s extreme behaviour when incidents occur at the inter-Korean border.

Robert E Kelly says the North Koreans should at least act like they want a rapprochement

Apologies from the North -- let alone attributed to Kim Jong Un personally -- are extremely unusual
Commentary Commentary: What good is an apology if North Korean ‘accidents’ keep happening?
The problems ... should not distract Singapore from the need to support its national carrier through this temporary turbulence.

NUS Business School associate professor Nitin Pangarkar argues SIA faces an existential crisis like no other in its illustrious history

Singapore Airlines said it would shed around  4,300 jobs -- 20 percent of the workforce -- because
Commentary Commentary: We must save Singapore Airlines from this existential crisis
In the final analysis, it turns out the local tourism travel vouchers are actually about us more than we know.

CNA's Lin Suling wants you to make your S$100 count

People pose for photos, as tourism takes a decline following the coronavirus outbreak, at Universal
Commentary Commentary: What the Singapore tourism vouchers are really about
For Hong Kong, being part of China is not a choice – power, history and geography ensure that.

Tim Summers explains why Hong Kong's closer ties with China does not spell the long-prophesied 'end of Hong Kong'

A man wearing a protective face mask takes a photo of the sunset at Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront
Commentary Commentary: Hong Kong’s future clearly lies with China
Our kids adapted to a new, uncomfortable need of wearing masks like fish to water.

CNA's Malminderjit Singh acknowledges credit must be given where it is due, with or without cartoon-themed masks

Mal's kids with masks
Commentary Commentary: We may have underestimated Japan's new prime minister Yoshihide Suga
Alibaba’s success in Southeast Asia has become even more important as the Group looks globally to diversify its income sources.

Li Jianggan predicts a new chapter of Southeast Asia’s tech development will commence if this tie-up materialises

Alibaba reported strong 34 percent revenue growth for the last quarter despite the coronavirus
Commentary Commentary: Why is Alibaba planning to pour S$3 billion into Grab?

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