Singapore July core inflation may climb to 22-month high
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's core inflation rate in July probably rose to its highest in almost two years, a Reuters poll showed on Thursday, reflecting wage cost pressures from a tight labour market.
Woman murdered in her Tampines flat; 80-year-old man arrested
A 54-year-old Chinese woman was killed on Thursday in her third-floor flat at Tampines Street 43, police said.
NokScoot, partly owned by SIA's Scoot, will start flying in 1Q 2015
Scoot's new joint-venture carrier in Thailand will start operations in the first quarter of next year, said NokScoot on Thursday.
Train service between Punggol and Sengkang expected to resume Thursday afternoon
SINGAPORE - Train service between Punggol and Sengkang stations on the North-East Line was still suspended at about 2pm on Thursday but is expected to resume later in the afternoon.
Eight firms and organisations win awards for being environmentally friendly
SINGAPORE - For their innovative efforts at tackling global warming, eight companies and organisations have been given the coveted Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards this year.
8 things to know about British jihadists
Who are these young men who have gone to fight in another country's war? What are their goals and do they pose a threat to Britain's security?
Zouk can stay at Jiak Kim Street until end-2017 if it finds new place by mid-2015
Iconic club Zouk's future has been secured in the short term. The authorities confirmed on Thursday that they will give it a one-year extension on its lease at Jiak Kim Street when it expires at the end of the year.
Construction worker charged with murder of workmate
SINGAPORE - A 39-year-old Bangladeshi national was on Thursday charged with the murder of a fellow construction worker.