Daily Archives: 2019-06-03

F&B entrepreneur Jun Low urges the government to stop landlords from increasing rent rates for tenants to promote healthy economy

Jun Low, the Director of JC Global Concepts, recently took to her Facebook to highlight that the Government should step in to prevent retail landlords from raising their rent rates during every renewal period for the tenants. The food and beverage (F&B) entrepreneur who is behind some of the renowned restaurants in Singapore and overseas like Central Hong Kong Café, …

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Trackable letterbox delivery, “Know Your Postman” initiative part of SingPost’s overhaul on services: Newly appointed CEO Vincent Phang

A trackable letterbox delivery tool and a “Know Your Postman” initiative are two of the upcoming changes featured in Singapore’s 200-year-old national postal service provider SingPost’s overhaul of its services. SingPost’s newly appointed Singapore chief executive officer (CEO) Vincent Phang told local media on Fri (31 May) that the changes aim to remedy the public’s dissatisfaction with the postal service …

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HSA warns public against buying or taking “weight loss” products following case involving severe heart failure

The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has warned the public against buying or consuming four products marketed as ‘weight loss’ supplements, as they contain “undeclared potent medicinal ingredients” resulting in “serious adverse reactions in consumers”. HSA added that the products included “a banned substance for weight loss and a potent steroid”, said HSA in a statement on Mon (3 Jun). The …

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General Wei says China to “fight at all costs” over Taiwan

In a combative speech peppered with threats against the United States over its military presence in Asia, Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe said on Sunday (2 Jun) that China will fight anyone who tries to interfere in its “reunification” with Taiwan. Speaking at the Shangri-La Dialogue at the Shangri-La hotel, General Wei said China would “fight to the end” if …

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Ms Fu supports Anti-Chope Movement while policeman helps ‘chope’ carpark lot for her

Last Sat (25 May), the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) launched its second Kindness Carnival. The event featured funfair staples like bouncy castles, hopscotch and a giant twister game to keep children entertained, whereas volunteers cycled along East Coast Part on SGBike’s bicycles to raise awareness of the carnival and give out yellow gerberas to passer-by. Minister of Culture, Community and …

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