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Singapore’s commercial rents soar to close gap with Hong Kong as Alibaba, ByteDance, Tencent open offices in Southeast Asia’s hub
The gap peaked in 2017, when Hong Kong office rents equalled 173 per cent of the rents charged in Singapore, according to Cushman & WakefieldNarrowed gap ‘creates a positive opportunity for Hong Kong, as it becomes more competitive’
50% of staff allowed back in, temperature screening lifted at malls, buildings.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore residents can collect free masks at 15 CapitaLand malls and selected Sheng Siong, Prime Supermarket, Cold Storage, FairPrice Xtra and Giant outlets from Aug 26 to Sept 26.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The British national seen in a video maskless while riding in an MRT train in May has been deemed to have no diagnosable mental disorders and fit to plea following psychiatric observation at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH), a district court heard on Wednesday (Aug 18).
The delta variant is challenging the part of the world that’s been most successful in blunting the economic impact of Covid-19, with Asian countries that snuffed it out locking down again as the virus returns, and others seeing the world’s highest death rates.
A man captured on video not wearing a mask on an MRT train in May told a district court that he was “sovereign”, adding that “the charges don’t apply to me”.
Briton caught not wearing mask in Singapore claims to be 'sovereign', says charges do not apply to him
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A man captured on video not wearing a mask on an MRT train in May told a district court on Thursday (Aug 5) that he is "sovereign", adding, "The charges don't apply to me".
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has approved 11 applications for private hospitals and clinics to import China's Sinopharm vaccine under the special access route (SAR).
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): China's Sinopharm vaccine could soon be made available in Singapore, with several private healthcare groups already taking steps to secure doses of the jab.