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  1. People Orchard Road walking

    Commentary: Expats, foreign talent and immigration make Singapore economically better off

    Singapore would be wise to remain open to foreign talent and immigration, says a welfare economics professor.
  2. Singapore Population in Brief 2018

    Singapore’s population grows slightly to 5.64m, with non-resident numbers stable

  3. PR queue Bukit Batok meet-the-people sessions

    Notice at Bukit Batok meet-the-people sessions ‘not a priority queue’ for PRs: Murali Pillai

    The notice was to inform PRs to provide more details for petitions to be written on their behalf, said Bukit Batok MP Murali Pillai.
  4. primary school students

    MOE to raise school fees for PRs, international students for next 3 years

    For the next three years, school fees each year will increase by S$25 to S$60 per month for PR students, and by S$25 to S$150 per month for ...
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    Private-hire drivers can apply for vocational licence from next Monday

    Singapore citizens can apply for the Private Hire Car Driver's Vocational Licence as a self-employed driver, which is a break from the norm as ...
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    Singapore’s Uber, Grab drivers now need to be licensed

    The Land Transport Authority is given powers to enforce rules pertaining to private hire-car operators, alongside a slew of changes toughening ...
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    Istana to open doors to public in celebration of Chinese New Year

    Members of the public can look forward to lion dance performances by the Yuan Ching Secondary School Lion Dance Troupe and Yi Quan Atheletic ...
  8. file photo iris scanning

    Authorities to collect iris scans from Singaporeans, PRs starting Jan 1

    Iris scans will be collected as part of the NRIC registration and re-registration process, as well as part of the passport application and renewal ...
  9. funded here

    E-waste company the first to issue short-term bonds through crowdfunding platform FundedHere

    Called ListCo Bonds, companies can issue such bonds and raise funds of between S$2 million and S$5 million.
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    Heavy traffic expected at Woodlands, Tuas checkpoints during school holidays: ICA

    Traffic is expected to be particularly heavy on weekends throughout the holiday period, said ICA, adding that with security checks, traffic ...