Category: What’s New

Capture the latest big events that unfold in Singapore

New E-Bike regulation effective 1 Feb 2018

E-bike owners who have not registered their vehicles or continue to use non-compliant bikes could face hefty fines and jail sentences from 1 Feb 2018, when new regulations kick in. Under the new regulations, those who keep or use a

Askmelah.com is back online!

If you have been to Askmelah.com in the last few days, you would have noticed the site has been brought down by spammers. It is a shame to these parasites. If you like to help. pls donate to keep this

Pay GST at Immigration/Checkpoints!

Two news caught my attention on the same day. If you buy luxury goods from overseas, remember to declare and pay GST: Woman arrested at Changi Airport for failing to declare branded items worth over $11,000 for GST payment “Travellers,

E-waste recycling in Singapore

Those who do not know what to do with their old, unused gadgets such as laptops and desktop computers can now drop them off at electronic waste bins located in areas such as Bukit Batok and Alexandra where they will

New toll charges at Woodlands Checkpoint from 1 Feb 2018

Toll charges for all vehicles except motorcycles entering Singapore via the Woodlands Checkpoint will be removed from Feb 1 2018. All vehicles except motorcycles entering Singapore will have their toll charges removed. PHOTO: LTA

TaxiBot App: All-In-One Cab, Uber, Grab Promo Codes

It is a chatbot on Facebook that supplies you with the latest promotion codes for ComfortDelGro, Uber and Grab. You need to install Facebook Messenger first in order to use this app.

30 Highest Paid Chief Executive Officers In Singapore

Probably the most complete picture of the 30 highest paid CEOs in Singapore 2013: http://www.sandboxadvisors.com/singapore-jobs-news/ceo-salary-singapore The top 5 remuneration disclosures of corporate chiefs, which did not change much from 2013, in 2016 are: Piyush Gupta, CEO, DBS Group, S$10,254,249 Kwek

Another one-in-fifty-year flood!

This is probably the sixth or seventh times of “ponding” since the infamous remark by the late LKY and the minister. Just few weeks ago, Government was blaming a contractor for causing the Thomson flash flood, who to blame this

Singapore’s celebrity urban otter family

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-36700728

5 radical changes ‘struggling’ Singapore needs: Maybank

SINGAPORE (June 30): Maybank Kim Eng on Wednesday said Singapore needs to make “radical changes” to guard against a precipitous loss of relevance to global markets. “With sub-2% GDP growth expectations and EPS contractions for equities, Singapore is struggling,” says

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