Most court hearings to resume on June 8, many to take place through teleconferencing: Chief Justice
SINGAPORE — In light of circuit breaker measures being eased next week, Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon announced on Friday (May 29) that hearings for most court cases will resume on June 8.Read more: TODAY »
Grace Fu on why she hopes to be a climate change champion | EP 14
She took over the newly formed Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment in July. Four months into her new role, Ms Fu talks to Jaime Ho about why sustainability will be at the heart of government policies and why shifting towards sustainability is less of a choice than a necessity for Singapore today.
Income eligibility for Courage Fund eased from June 1SINGAPORE — The income eligibility criteria for the Courage Fund will be relaxed to support more lower-income households directly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, announced Minister for Social and Family Development Desmond Lee in a Facebook post on Wednesday (May 27). uno reverse pleaseletthisblowup
New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in JuneNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday a draft blueprint on safely starting travel between New Zealand and Australia will be ... NZLs wash your self's before travel you stink .............
New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in JuneWELLINGTON (REUTERS) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday (May 27) a draft blueprint on safely starting travel between New Zealand and Australia will be presented to both governments in early June.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Catholic churches to stay closed from June 2; mosques and gurdwaras to reopen with strict measures
Nissan to begin restart of US auto plants on June 1Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co said Wednesday it plans to begin restarting its shuttered U.S. manufacturing operations beginning June 1.
Gojek, Grab extend support for driver commission fees to late JuneRIDE-HAILING players Grab and Gojek are extending discounts and rebates on the commission fees they charge drivers through to late June, to help drivers cope with the plunge in demand amid Singapore’s circuit-breaker measures. Read more at The Business Times.