Looking for bright ideas? Check old ideas and failed ones
If you cannot create a new idea or solution, copy or borrow but make sure what you produce is better than the original, says Swedish futurist and trendspotter Magnus Lindkvist.
Drop in week-on-week dengue cases but Grace Fu urges continued vigilance
SINGAPORE -The number of week-on-week dengue cases has fallen, but residents should still be alert to the mosquito-borne disease, said Second Minister for Environment and Water Resources Grace Fu at a media conference on Thursday.
CJ allows appeal of cigarette smuggler against sentence and gives him fine instead
SINGAPORE - After considering financial difficulties faced by a cigarette smuggler, a district judge thought he would not be able to afford the fine for bringing 4.2kg of contraband into Singapore, and sentenced him to three months in jail instead.
Badminton: Malaysian star Lee Chong Wei wants world championships to be biennial
COPENHAGEN (AFP) - World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia has issued a plea to badminton's world governing body to restore the world championships to an event held every other year.
SPH Magazines clinches bronze award at The Spark Awards 2014
SINGAPORE - Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) subsidiary SPH Magazines won a bronze award on Thursday at The Spark Awards 2014.
Education Minister plays role of teacher in performance with students
SINGAPORE - Education Minister Heng Swee Keat played the role of a teacher in a performance by students from eight special education schools on Thursday night.
Controversy over ACS(I) train charter: What LTA, SMRT and public have said so far
Transport operator SMRT's decision to allow Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) to charter five MRT trains to ferry some 3,000 students to a rugby match has sparked a debate. We sum up what the various parties have said so far about the controversy.
Batik paintings by Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore beneficiaries to go on sale
SINGAPORE - Eight beneficiaries from the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) have spent the last few months learning batik painting - an Indonesian art form that involves dying fabric.
Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister calls on PM Lee
SINGAPORE - Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov called on Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the Istana on Thursday.
Casino operator Lasseters trims losses
SINGAPORE - Casino operator Lasseters International Holdings narrowed its full near net loss to A$2.6 million (S$3 million) from A$11.4 million previously.
Goodwood Residence sales lift earnings, revenue of GuocoLand
SINGAPORE - Property group GuocoLand has posted a full year net profit of $304.2 million, up from $40.5 million last year.
Sim Lian ekes out small gain in full year profit
SINGAPORE - Developer Sim Lian Group has eked out a 2 per cent rise in full year net profit to $171 million.
Wing Tai cuts dividends by half after 52% fall in earnings
SINGAPORE - Wing Tai Holdings announced on Thursday a disappointing year, with a cut in final dividends by half to six cents a share, from 12 cents last year.
ST photojournalist Neo Xiaobin wins $30,000 Icon de Martell Cordon Bleu photography award
Straits Times photojournalist Neo Xiaobin has won Singapore's most coveted photography award, the Icon de Martell Cordon Bleu 2014.