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Singapore police warn of banking-related phishing scams after 10 people lose over S$70,000 (RM223,000)
At least 10 people have fallen prey to banking-related phishing scams in May, losing more than S$70,000 (RM223,000).
(Reuters) - Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel believes the club's misfiring forward line must "over-perform" next season if they are to have any chance of catching Manchester City and Liverpool in the Premier League.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Professional women and voters concerned about climate change unleashed a third force in Australia's election, taking a swath of seats that ended nine years of conservative rule even as votes for the winning Labor Party fell.
(Reuters) - Russia heads into the fourth month of its invasion of Ukraine on Tuesday with no end in sight to the fighting that has killed thousands, uprooted millions and reduced cities to rubble.
Hong Kong’s Planto ties up with New Zealand fintech firm Cogo to create awareness about sustainability, launch carbon footprint
Planto, a Hong Kong-based online banking solutions provider, has partnered with Cogo, a New Zealand-headquartered carbon footprint tracking fintech firm, to develop a software for the city’s banks that encourages consumers and small businesses to cut their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coronavirus: Shanghai’s ports back up and running as fall in Covid-19 cases brings end of seven-week lockdown a step closer
Shanghai’s ports are back up and running at 90 per cent capacity as mainland China’s gateway city kept new infections in communities at zero for a fifth consecutive day amid intensified efforts to put the local economy back on track after a seven-week lockdown.
Mainland Chinese ship Piano Land could provide ‘cruises to nowhere’ in Hong Kong from July, sources say
Mainland Chinese ship Piano Land could provide “cruises to nowhere” in Hong Kong in July to cater to demand for these trips after two vessels offering such services left the city for Singapore, the Post has learned.
China lifts three-year ban on Canadian canola seeds, Ottawa says, in move seen as ‘positive step forward’
China has removed import restrictions on Canadian canola seeds that have been in place for three years, Canadian officials said on Wednesday.
Researchers have found an exotic incense – elemi – used in China more than a thousand years ago.