Singaporeans extend helping hand in tourist-drained Bali
Singaporeans living in Bali are helping others with acts of kindness.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
But the Covid-19 climate has meant that borders are now closed and tourism on the Island of the Gods has ceased, causing massive unemployment. Life continues, however, thanks to small acts of kindness from a selection of Singaporeans living in Bali.Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article.
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.
After taking on plastic, Bali sisters want bar raised on climate action
470,000 lower-income Singaporeans to receive Workfare Special Payment payouts in OctoberSINGAPORE: About 470,000 lower-income Singaporean workers will receive their Workfare Special Payment payouts from Oct 28, the Ministry of Finance ... This has made things come out, let make it clear for others.
Court of Appeal allows Singaporean death row inmate to argue his case on scheduling of executionsSINGAPORE - The Court of Appeal on Friday (Oct 23) gave the green light for Singaporean drug trafficker Syed Suhail Syed Zin, 44, to argue his case that death-row inmates are not being treated equally in the scheduling of executions.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
470,000 Singaporean workers to get $810 million in Workfare Special Payment this month: Ministry of FinanceSINGAPORE - 470,000 lower-income Singaporean workers who are on the Workfare Income Supplement (WIS) Scheme will receive $810 million in Workfare Special Payment (WSP) in October, said the Ministry of Finance on Friday (Oct 23).. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Former Singaporean detained under ISA jailed six weeks for passport offenceSINGAPORE - A former Singaporean detained under the Internal Security Act for terrorism-related activities was jailed for six weeks on Thursday (Oct 22) for flouting the Passports Act.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
1,000 traineeships and attachments for more Singaporeans, PRs to join maritime sectorSINGAPORE citizens and permanent residents will be able to access 1,000 traineeships, company attachments and training opportunities in the maritime sector in the coming months. Read more at The Business Times.