Daily Archives: 2015-10-01

Lower electricity tariffs for Oct: SP Services

Households in Singapore can expect to pay less for electricity from October to December, says SP Services. In a media release on Wednesday, it said electricity tariffs will decrease by an average of 9.3 per cent – or 2.06 cents per kWh – compared to the previous quarter. “The tariff reduction is due to the lower cost of natural gas …

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Letter to TOC – My First Skool up fees despite increase in profits?

It has been reported that NTUC’s My First Skool and the PAP Community Foundation (PCF), the two largest pre-school operators here, will be raising their fees next year. The fees will be increased by an average of $34 for My First Skool and $28 for the PCF. For infant care, on average, My First Skool will raise fees by $14, …

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Give Khaw time, and cast spotlight on LTA

Khaw Boon Wan has asked the public for patience as he familiarises himself with his responsibilities as the new Minister of Transport. And indeed, Singaporeans should give him that space to understand the situation and what he can do about it, and how the public transport system can be improved. But let’s make no mistake – the transport issues are …

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11 reasons why video conferencing works for business

  By Jessica M. Considering the merits of adopting video conferencing into your business communication? Here are eleven reasons why you should: Better Connection. gigaom.com’s report says that 87 percent of remote users connect better to the process and their teams when they use video conferencing. The face-to-face interaction delivers more information than email ever could. With 65 per cent …

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