Daily Archives: 2017-03-14

New stamp set to commemorate 50 years of National Service

Singapore Post (SingPost) is releasing a new set of stamps to commemorate 50 years of National Service (NS) in the country today (14 March). The NS50 stamp set celebrates key milestones of NS since its introduction in 1967, SingPost said in its press release. The set includes the passing of the NS Bill in Parliament on 14 March, 1967, the …

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1.38kg of heroin worth more than S$96,000 seized at Woodlands Checkpoint

Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) has announced that it has seized about 1.38kg of heroin which was found in the four bundles, adding that the estimated street value of the heroin seized is more than S$96,000. In a joint statement by ICA and Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), a checkpoint officer directed an arriving Malaysia-registered motorcycle for further inspection at the …

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Who should buy a resale HDB flat?

By SingSaver.com.sg Because of the price and potential Cash Over Valuation, resale HDB flats are not for everyone. It’s a common conundrum for Singaporeans. Should you buy a resale HDB flat (pricier than most BTO flats), or a mass market condo instead? Or should you just opt to be prudent and buy new? In this article, we look at the key …

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Smart and stylish space-saving ideas for your HDB flat

By ezbuy.sg Even if your home is technically a shoebox apartment on paper, it should most certainly not feel like one. Floor space is a prized luxury in our urban jungle and most apartment owners have to grapple with constraints that can sometimes hamper design desires. That said, just because you don’t have a sprawling property does not mean you can’t …

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Amendments to Broadcasting Act to ensure only Govt endorsed alternative sources are allowed?

According to news reports, Minister for Communication and Information (MCI) Yaacob Ibrahim has announced during the Committee of Supply Debate on Monday (6 March 2017) that the Government is currently looking to amend the Broadcasting Act (BA) to address misinformation. He alluded that amendments to the BA were necessary because Singaporeans now have far greater access to media content that …

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