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    Indonesia to export chickens to Singapore ‘really soon’: Agriculture ministry

    JAKARTA: Indonesian companies will start to export chicken products to Singapore “really soon”, said Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture in response to CNA’s queries on Wednesday (Jul 6). At the same time, the ministry said that it is working with more businesses to obtain permission to export...
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    Public service will need to engage Singaporeans 'in good faith' during Forward Singapore exercise: DPM Wong

    SINGAPORE: The public service will need to engage Singaporeans "in good faith" during the upcoming Forward Singapore exercise, said Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong on Wednesday (Jul 6). Public officers will have a crucial role to play in the exercise and will need to work with Singaporeans...
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    COE premium for Open Category hits record high of S$110,524 as prices rise across the board

    SINGAPORE: Certificate of Entitlement (COE) premiums hit an all-time high of S$110,524 in the Open Category on Wednesday (Jul 6). This surpasses the previous record 28 years ago, when prices in the then-Category Four classification reached S$110,500 in December 1994. Open Category COEs can be...
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    Felicia Teo case: Suspect's guilty plea adjourned as defence says 'multiple issues to resolve'

    SINGAPORE: A court hearing for a suspect who was set to plead guilty in the case of Ms Felicia Teo Wei Ling, who was reported missing in 2007 and later presumed dead, was adjourned on Thursday (Jul 6). Speaking to the media, the defence counsel for Ahmad Danial Mohamed Rafa'ee, 37, said that...
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    Heavy traffic at Singapore-Malaysia land checkpoints expected over Hari Raya Haji holiday: ICA

    SINGAPORE: Heavy traffic through the Woodlands and Tuas Checkpoints is expected over the long Hari Raya Haji weekend, said the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in an advisory on Wednesday (Jul 6). Jul 11, a Monday, is a public holiday. "Travellers should expect delays from Jul 8 to...
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    Court of Appeal reduces jail time for man who raped a stranger's blindfolded girlfriend

    SINGAPORE: A man who was convicted of raping a stranger's blindfolded girlfriend in a "threesome" planned without the woman's knowledge in 2016 has had his jail sentence reduced after an appeal. Srihari Mahendran, 26, was convicted after a High Court trial in 2020 and initially sentenced to 17...
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    Train services disrupted along entire Thomson-East Coast Line due to signalling fault, says SMRT

    SINGAPORE: Train services along the entire Thomson-East Coast Line were disrupted for more than three hours on Wednesday morning (Jul 6). There were no services in both directions due to a signalling fault, said SMRT in a Facebook post, adding that the disruption started at around 8.05am. Six...
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    More marriages and divorces in Singapore in 2021 with easing of COVID-19 measures

    SINGAPORE: More couples got married in 2021 with the easing of COVID-19 measures, compared to the fall in the previous year when marriage plans were disrupted. The number of marital dissolutions also went up, as divorce proceedings resumed after being previously adjourned, according to the...
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    No train service along entire Thomson-East Coast Line due to signalling fault, says SMRT

    SINGAPORE: Train services along the entire Thomson-East Coast Line have been disrupted due to a signalling fault, said SMRT in a Facebook post on Wednesday (Jul 6). "There is currently no service in both directions," it added. The disruption started at around 8.05am. "Commuters on board the...
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    Need a wingwoman? Matchmaking mogul Anisa Hassan is on a mission to help set up 1 million marriages

    Anisa Hassan stirs in bed. It’s dark, so it must be 2, maybe 3am. An idea is brewing in her head. She climbs out of bed and reaches out for her black book. She looks for the two names that had somehow come to her in her sleep and makes a note to set them up. For Anisa, waking up in the middle...
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    Fight or flight? What rising interest rates, inflation and volatile markets mean for investors

    SINGAPORE: It has been a punishing six months for investors. From stocks to bonds, markets have been dealt blows from the Russia-Ukraine war, surging inflation and rising interest rates. COVID-19 uncertainties linger and the risk of recession is back on the radar. Moving into the second half...
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    Commentary: Singapore’s ageing population challenge can be ‘longevity economy’ opportunity

    SINGAPORE: By 2050, almost half of the population in Singapore could be 65 years old and older – that’s everyone born in 1985 and earlier. It drives home the challenges of an ageing population. But is it a “silver tsunami”? This term has been increasingly cast aside due to the negative...
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    ‘Won’t take long before I feel the pinch’: Causeway commuters fret over Singapore-JB taxi fare hike

    JOHOR BAHRU: Malaysian Jeffrey Lau was struggling to haul a huge luggage from the boot of a Singapore-registered taxi after he alighted at Larkin Sentral bus station on Tuesday morning (Jul 5). The contractor works near Yishun in Singapore but travels to Johor Bahru fortnightly to see his...
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    8 digital banking service interruptions at 4 banks since July 2021: Tharman

    SINGAPORE: There have been eight digital banking service interruptions at four major banks in Singapore since July 2021, said Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam on Tuesday (Jul 5). The incidents at Citibank, DBS, OCBC and UOB were mostly resolved within three hours, and affected between 500...
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    Man allegedly attacks security guard at Tampines Retail Park after being told to put on mask

    SINGAPORE: A man allegedly attacked a security officer at Tampines Retail Park on Monday (Jul 4) night after he was told to put on a mask. In a media statement, the Security Association Singapore said that security officer Sures Perimal was on duty at the main entrance of Giant Hypermart at...
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    SIA to increase flights to Japan, India; passenger capacity to reach 81% of pre-pandemic levels by end-2022

    SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will operate more flights to Japan and India in the coming months amid strong demand for air travel. It will also add more flights to Los Angeles and Paris by December 2022 and continue with its direct services to Vancouver. Together with adjustments to the...
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    Strengthen Singapore dollar, raise CPF interest rates temporarily to address rising cost of living: WP’s Jamus Lim

    SINGAPORE: With rising prices shaping up to be “a cost-of-living crisis”, the Government can do more in terms of macroeconomic policy such as by allowing a stronger Singapore dollar or having a “temporary” increase in the Central Provident Fund’s (CPF) interest rates, said Member of Parliament...
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    Singapore reports 12,784 new COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths

    SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 12,784 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Tuesday (Jul 5), comprising 12,248 local infections and 536 imported cases. The last time Singapore reported more daily cases than this was on Mar 22 this year, when 13,166 infections were logged. There were two fatalities...
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    Hospitals, residential care homes to limit number of visitors amid rising COVID-19 cases

    SINGAPORE: Hospitals and residential care homes will impose limits on the number of visitors for four weeks from Thursday (Jul 7) amid a rise in COVID-19 community cases in Singapore. There will also be a cap on the duration of visits to these facilities, said the Ministry of Health (MOH). The...
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    Upcycling chicken feathers among efforts to create Singapore’s first 'zero waste' poultry processing facility

    SINGAPORE: The upcycling of chicken feathers and by-products are among the new processes developed by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and poultry producer Leong Hup, as part of a push to create Singapore’s first “zero waste” poultry processing facility. These processes to repurpose waste...
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