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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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It seems the pandemic may have unexpectedly enhanced the perception of cars as symbols of freedom, privacy, mobility and safety.

Annie Tan writes on whether our decreased car usage during COVID-19 will last.

Is Singapore's love affair with cars resilient even to COVID-19? (Illustration: Rafa Estrada)
Commentary Commentary: Will COVID-19 dim Singapore’s love affair with cars?
People seem to bank on a soaring property market to lift their house prices but few realise the URA’s private residential price index currently is hovering at 2013 levels.

Dawn Cher discusses if young couples should pull out all the stops for their dream homes or get something cheaper.

HDB flats are seen in Toa Payoh in central Singapore
Commentary Commentary: How much should young couples spend on their first home?
The irony is that turning on the air-con traps our world in global warming.

Sustainability exoert Kavickumar Muruganathan on the use of air-conditioniers in Singapore.

File photo of air-conditioners
Commentary Commentary: Air-conditioning – the unspoken energy guzzler in Singapore
There are murmurs within the new government that UMNO ultimately wants to swallow Bersatu, sideline PAS and eventually bring back BN as the basis for a future government.

Professor James Chin points out the tension between Malay supremacy and a multiracial Malaysia.

Composite picture of Hadi Awang, Muhyiddin Yassin and Zahid Hamidi. (Photos: Agencies)
Commentary Commentary: Malaysian politics is going through a midlife crisis
In Semarang, Central Java, the family of a healthcare worker who died from COVID-19 had difficulty burying her body.

Made Supriatma suggests that breaking the cycle of COVID-19 stigma and shame in Indonesia will require strong political leadership.

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Jakarta
Commentary Commentary: Dear Indonesia, shaming the infected is a lousy COVID-19 plan
A collapse of AirAsia X would represent a huge overall setback for the long-haul low-cost segment given it is considered the pioneer of the model along with Jetstar.

Aviation analyst Brendan Sobie discusses if budget airlines get rid of their long-haul flights because of COVID-19.

FILE PHOTO: Tail of AirAsia X plane as seen at the Garuda Maintenance Facility AeroAsia in Tangerang
Commentary Commentary: Does COVID-19 spell the end of long-haul budget airline flights?

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