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Daily Archives: 2016-11-05

Can semi-permanent makeup help Singaporean women save money?

By SingSaver.com.sg Singaporean women will spend thousands on beauty products in a lifetime, but these semi-permanent makeup and beauty services can offset those costs. In 2013, a Yahoo! Shine report shed light on the amount of money women around the world spent on beauty products each year: US$426 billion. Yes, that’s billion, with a ‘B’. To break that down in a …

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Road closure for Singapore Purple Parade on 5 November 2016

The Purple Parade is coming to Singapore on 5 November 2016, 3pm - 7pm this year for the very first time. The inaugural edition of the parade will be held at the external facade from the Convention Centre to the outdoor space outside PasarBella. To facilitate the event, the following roads will be closed to vehicular traffic on Saturday, 5 …

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Tigerair to come under Scoot from 2017

Budget Aviation Holdings (BAH), which managed national low-cost carrier, Tigerair and Scoot's, said on Friday (4 November) that Tigerair will come under the later brand starting from next year. It also said that both companies will also adopt a single operating licence. The company said that the integration is expected to be realised between mid and end 2017, taking into account …

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MND issues statement to express concerns over KPMG’s report on APHETC

Ministry of National Development (MND) has announced that it is deeply concerned with the latest findings in the KPMG report on its review of past payments made by the former Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol-East Town Council (AHPETC) . MND stated that the report found serious legal and other regulatory breaches, and improper payments made from Town Council funds running into millions of dollars …

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Low Thia Kiang states KPMG report on ATHC similar to AGO report

Workers' Party chief, Low Thia Kiang, said that KPMG's latest report on Aljunied-Hougang Town Council's (AHTC) did not reveal more than what had already been set out in the Auditor-General's report on 2015.   Mr Low said that the report seemed "inconclusive" to be amounted to criminal conduct if committed deliberately. "The report seems to have a lot of answering (to …

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