Biography of the Author Holly Matthews

Holly Matthews

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  1. pussy willows for sale

    Pussy willow stock hit by harsh winter in China

    Florists say their stock is selling fast, especially for longer pussy willows, as customers snap up the blossoms for the Chinese New Year.
  2. SingaPlural

    SingaPlural design festival to feature record number of installations

    The theme for this year's edition of design festival SingaPlural is "Senses - The art and science of experiences".
  3. New Content Item

    Tampines Town Council sets up taskforce to tackle dengue

    Tampines, where the biggest dengue cluster is located, will have a taskforce to step up efforts to prevent mosquito breeding.
  4. Gondola Mandalay road

    10 stop-work orders issued by MOM so far this year

    To identify lapses at work sites, MOM says it encourages feedback from the public or workers themselves. So far for 2016, three of the 10 ...
  5. battle box (1)

    Refurbished WWII underground bunker opens for sneak preview

    During the sneak preview from Feb 13 to Mar 20, guests must register to join one of the five daily guided tours from Tuesdays to Sundays to access ...
  6. new cpf graphs

    New infographic helps CPF members understand yearly statement better

    The infographic, which summarises members' transactions, can be viewed online, but it will also be sent out to members who have not signed up to ...
  7. diabetic friendly bread

    NUS scientists roll out diabetic-friendly bread

    Using the plant pigment anthocyanin, scientists have found a way to cause the sugars in bread to be digested at a slower rate than regular white ...
  8. byk sgfuture

    Youth can play bigger role in helping disabled: Baey Yam Keng

    Parliamentary Secretary for Culture, Community and Youth Baey Yam Keng says youths can play an important role in changing mindsets towards people ...
  9. CNY plant - Prosperity Bamboo

    Florists see wilting demand this Chinese Yew Year

    Smaller shops are the hardest hit, with some reporting a 30 to 40 per cent slump in sales compared to previous years.
  10. NTU radar chip

    NTU scientists shrink 200kg radar camera technology into a tiny chip

    Six scientists from NTU's School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering took three years to develop the chip, which can capture radar images ...