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    Pride Month 2024: Events, parties and workshops to look out for in Singapore
    June 15, 2024 1:00 PM

    Singapore is celebrating Pride Month 2024 with a vibrant array of events and parties that promise to captivate and engage the community.

    Whether you're looking to party, reflect, or simply celebrate love and acceptance, here's your guide to Pride Month events in Singapore this year.

    Celebrate Pride Month with the Cold Plunge Brunch at TRC on Sunday, June 16 at Trapeze Rec.

    Formerly known as Vive Active, Vaura Pilates Joo Chiat invites you to Bounce & Bubbles on Friday, June 28, to celebrate Pride Month.

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    Your Saudi odyssey: Curating the perfect summer expeditions across its cities
    June 15, 2024 12:00 PM

    There are lots of great experiences to be had this season with the Saudi Summer Program.

    Aseer — Al Baha — Red Sea trifecta on your itinerary will show you exactly that.

    Serving as the gateway to Saudi, Riyadh offers a blend of modern amenities and age-old gems that reflect the nation’s journey in history.

    Visit Saudi and enjoy a fantastic trip with the Saudi Summer Program offers.

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    Best bank offers in Singapore (June 2024): Win $12,000 NTUC shopping vouchers, 1,500 Ion+ points and more
    June 15, 2024 10:00 AM

    Even though the Standard Chartered Simply Cash Credit Card isn’t a miles card (the Standard Chartered Journey Credit Card takes that spot), this promotion makes it a fantastic option for travellers.

    Bank offers in Singapore: Travel deals.

    UOB: UOB Rewards+.

    The Maybank credit card promotions are all listed online, but don't forget to change the filter to see the promotions you want.

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    Volkswagen ID.4 82kWh review: Spacious, pleasant, and boasting excellent range
    June 15, 2024 9:00 AM

    For evidence, look no further than the fact that the first fully electric Volkswagen to officially go on sale in Singapore is not the Golf-reminiscent ID.3, but a broad-shouldered, bulbous SUV: Called the Volkswagen ID.4.

    Instead, four slightly varying flavours of its mid-sized electric SUV format have landed in its showroom, with a suitable outfit for every sort of driver.

    As an SUV, the ID.4 also delivers on one important front: Its electronic tailgate opens up to a generous, nicely-shaped 543-litre boot.

    Though not the cheapest or most new-age of the electric SUV lot today, the ID.4 ultimately promises long-wearing and long-ranged satisfaction — as a spacious, comfortable, decently nice-to-drive, and suitably modern family machine.

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    3 financial tips for the June travel season
    June 15, 2024 8:00 AM

    Here are some last minute financial tips before you head out to Changi for your vacation.

    You may have heard this advice already a number of times: use your credit card while you are overseas.

    But have you actually considered mathematically if using a credit card really wins over using cash?.

    According to our analysis, using a credit card is about 10 per cent to 20 per cent more valuable than using cash overseas.

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    The car with no rear window: Polestar 4 previewed in Singapore
    June 15, 2024 7:00 AM

    Wearnes Automotive, the official dealer for Polestar Singapore, held a special preview showcase for the Polestar 4, a new coupe SUV from the Swedish electric car brand that features a unique design element.

    A quick look around the car reveals that the Polestar 4 lacks a rear window, a design choice which Polestar says helps to give the car "a new kind of immersive rear occupant experience".

    Despite the missing rear window, Polestar says that the car remains spacious and airy, thanks to the large glass roof that extends well beyond the rear occupants' heads.

    The other highlight is the fact that the Polestar 4 is the fastest production Polestar model to date.

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    MRT commuter slams guy for his PMA taking up too much space, says 'he didn't even bother to park properly'
    June 15, 2024 6:23 AM

    "I saw this huge PMA with this equally huge guy sitting on it," said the Stomp contributor.

    "He don't even bother to park his huge PMA properly.".

    "In the event of an emergency, huge PMAs like this obstruct fast evacuation.

    "MRT staff must be more vigilant and forbid huge PMAs like this to board the train.".

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    Choa Chu Kang residents sound alarm over motorcyclists using pavement as shortcut: 'I am worried about the children'
    June 15, 2024 5:53 AM

    Some Choa Chu Kang residents are crying foul over motorcyclists who have been indiscriminately riding along a pavement and using it as a shortcut, thereby endangering pedestrians.

    The riders were either diners at the nearby eatery or doing food delivery, reported 8World.

    Zheng, a resident who has lived there for over ten years, told 8World that the situation has been ongoing for several years.

    And that these riders are usually diners at an eatery located nearby or food delivery riders parking their bikes outside that outlet.

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    Scotland boss Clarke tells fans to keep the faith despite Germany thrashing
    June 15, 2024 5:44 AM

    "We are a better team than we showed tonight," he told reporters in a post-match news conference.

    Asked if starting midfielder Billy Gilmour, who came on late in the second half, could have changed things, Clarke said he doubted anything would have altered the outcome.

    "I thought Germany were excellent and we couldn't get a foothold in the game," he said. "

    Clarke had no doubts about his players and said that, while Scotland did not play to their standard, the thousands of fans who have travelled to cheer on the side should keep the faith.

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    'Maybe this sport's not fair': US swimmers vent over doping controversy
    June 15, 2024 5:35 AM

    INDIANAPOLIS - Faith in a level playing field at international competitions has been shaken by reports that Chinese swimmers had tested positive for banned substances ahead of the Tokyo Games in 2021, US swimmers said on the eve of the Olympic Trials in Indianapolis.

    The New York Times in April reported that 23 Chinese swimmers tested positive before the Tokyo Games but were allowed to compete anyway.

    "It's really frustrating for athletes to always have in the back of our mind that maybe this sport's not fair," two-time Olympic gold medalist Lilly King told reporters.

    The US Olympic Swimming Trials involve more than 1,000 athletes and are being held over nine consecutive nights at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts.

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