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Six best travel hacks for backpackers
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by ValuePenguin Traveling overseas can be one of the best ways to learn about different cultures and to expand your perspective. Being in an unfamiliar environment is also a great way to get to know yourself better. At the very least, the people Read More

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Five DIY plumbing fixes every homeowner should know
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Last updated on May 8th, 2017 at 11:27 amby Angela Sim Clogged sinks, dripping faucets or running toilets: we’ve all been there. Knowing how to fix some of the most common plumbing problems is very useful for every homeowner, especially if you have Read More

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5 mistakes that could cost you big when sourcing for a video conferencing tool
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by Jessica McClennen The wrong video conferencing tool could land your teams in a world of trouble. if you don’t want to see them having a tough time trying to get things done because of an ineffective video solution, here are a few Read More

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Compass One to partner with Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped to celebrate Mother’s Day
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The Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped (SAVH) will officially be Compass One’s beneficiary, a statement from the mall officially confirmed today. The mall will work with SAVH to provide free massages to shoppers. A first for the mall, SAVH was chosen because Read More

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Is paying more on car insurance to choose your own workshop worth it?
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by VauePenguin Where should you get your car repaired after a car accident? Insurance companies tend to prefer that you use one of their authorised workshops for repairs to cut down on their costs, so they’ll often give you a cheaper premium if Read More

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Five ways to make the best out of that HDB bomb shelter you never wanted to have in your house
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by Ezbuy.sg If you’re a Singaporean, chances are you live in a Housing & Development Board (HDB) flat or know of someone who does. After all, according to the latest national census, more than 80% of Singapore’s population live in HDB flats. And Read More

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Why are novelists either really rich or really poor?
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by SingSaver One interesting facet of writers – in particular novelists – is that they exist in financial extremes. They tend to be either wealthy (think J.K. Rowling), or dirt poor (think of the stereotypical struggling writer who can’t afford to eat lunch). Read More

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Singapore increased by three ranks to 151st place for World Press Freedom Index
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Singapore’s World Press Freedom Index increased by three ranks this year, as compared to last year. A report by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) reflected Singapore being in the 151st place this year. In 2016, Singapore was in the 154th rank. This year, other Read More

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F1 too expensive in Singapore? Here’s a good news for F1 fans!
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This year’s Formula One (F1) season started with the first race held in Melbourne, Australia on the 26th of March. For those who are unaware, F1 is the highest class of single-seat auto racing that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). Read More

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Five tips to cut down on your car insurance costs
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by ValuePenguin Because car insurance is mandatory in Singapore, a large numbers of car owners consider it a necessary expense and do not give much thought to how much they are paying for it. This is especially the case because you cannot do Read More

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