Gen Y Speaks: Friend, can we talk about current affairs?

3/2/2019 6:31:00 AM

Gen Y Speaks: Friend, can we talk about current affairs?

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Singapore returns to tighter COVID-19 measures: What's allowed under the new rules?

SINGAPORE: With the recent rise in COVID-19 cases in the community, Singapore has announced tighter measures for about three weeks from Saturday ...

Gen Y Speaks: Why I went from a meat-lover to a vegan

ESM Goh speaks covertly about illegally parked bicycles and bilateral relationsIn his most recent quip on social media, the minister made use of an analogy with improperly parked bicycles to illustrate a point about bilateral relations.

Last Day At Work: The pre-school teacher who’s a child at heartIn the new series where Channel NewsAsia profiles individuals leaving the workforce after long and storied careers, Lianne Chia speaks to “Teacher ... 春節。

Last Day At Work: The pre-school teacher who’s a child at heartIn a series where Channel NewsAsia profiles individuals leaving the workforce after long and storied careers, Lianne Chia speaks to “Teacher ... Thank you !!!! cc MOEsg God bless you

Life after en blocGOING en bloc has meant instant millionaire status for thousands of home owners. Is a collective sale the road to riches? In Brunch this Saturday in The Business Times Weekend, we speak to some newly rich who tell us what their millions have brought them. Read more at The Business Times.

Gen Y Speaks: Why I went from a meat-lover to a vegan

FairPrice recalls Golden Chef Sea Asparagus due to 'minor imperfections' on cansSINGAPORE: FairPrice has issued a recall for Golden Chef Sea Asparagus due to 'minor imperfections' on the surface of the cans. Replying to ...

Love affair that led to leak of HIV statusIt was a love story that progressed through a series of lies to the authorities. When the lies were uncovered, and they were separated, one of them decided to make others pay for it - by revealing the identities and details of 14,200 people who had the human...

A tangled love affair which hit many people with HIVMonths after he came to Singapore to live with a local doctor he had met online and fallen in love with, Mikhy Farrera Brochez used a fake Bahamian passport to get himself tested for HIV. He tested positive and knew that he would not be allowed to get an employment pass to work in Singapore.. Read more at straitstimes.com.