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Optimising space a key focus for Singapore: PM
Space in Singapore could be used more effectively, such as by building undergrounds or on floating structures. And land could be optimised by distributing residences and offices, cutting the need to commute. Working out how to do these two things effectively is the focus of Singapore's new National Innovation Challenge, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the official opening of the Create centre yesterday. The centre at the National University of Singapore's University Town is home to high-level research collaborations between Singapore and various international institutions such as Cambridge University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The new $135 million National Innovation Challenge is Singapore's second. The first, launched last year, was on energy resilience for sustainable growth.
Posted on : 2012-11-16
Citibank credit card holders can pay bills by SMS
Citibank credit card holders can now pay bills via SMS thanks to a service launched on Wednesday. It involves sending customers a message when their credit card bill is ready. Customers can then pay by replying to the SMS. They can pay the full amount or just the minimum sum. Ms Shirley Ramli, head of e-business at Citibank Singapore, said the service will mean people can avoid having to write cheques or queue up to pay bills. "They will also receive a mini-statement and payment reminder via SMS so they no longer have to worry about missing their credit card bill," she added.
Posted on : 2012-11-08
Chomp Chomp named S'poreans' favourite hawker centre again
CHOMP Chomp Food Centre has come up tops for the second year running as Singaporeans' favourite hawker centre in the City Hawker Food Hunt. The Serangoon Gardens facility has 36 stalls that sell mainly seafood. The 97 tables are usually filled from the time it opens at 5pm to when it closes at 1.30am. Ms Jennifer Tan, who runs a drinks stall, said customers come because the centre has a reputation for good food. "We want to attract more good food stalls to set up in Chomp Chomp. Our focus is on bringing in food for sharing," said Ms Tan, who is in her 40s. The search was also on for the best nasi briyani, fishball noodles, lor mee and vegetarian food. Haji K. Abdul Rehumaan Muslim Food in Bukit Merah Lane came up tops in the nasi-briyani category, also winners are 135 Fishball Noodle in Toa Payoh Lorong 1, Xuan Miao Vegetarian in Circuit Road and Xing Qing Teochew Lor Mee in Golden Mile Food Centre.
Posted on : 2012-11-07
Government pledges enough land for needs of industry
There will be enough land released to satisfy the needs of industrialists, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) pledged on Sunday. The Government also said it will maintain efforts to ensure that the space is not misused by non-industrial users, which could be driving up prices and rents. Prices of industrial land have surged 27 per cent in the first nine months of the year, a situation that has led to concerns that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are being hit hard by the rising costs. Acknowledging that prices have continued to rise, an MTI spokesman said "the Government will continue to release sufficient land to meet the needs of industrialists".
Posted on : 2012-11-05
StarHub Q3 profit rises 27% to $96.2 million
Singapore's second largest telco StarHub reported that its net profit rose 27 per cent to $96.2 million for the third quarter of this year. This was due to higher revenue from fixed network, pay-TV and broadband services, and higher mobile device sales. For the quarter, operating revenue rose 2 per cent year-on-year to $585.9 million compared to $572.2 million in the same period last year. Cash capital expenditure was at $59.6 million for the quarter or 29 per cent higher year on year.
Posted on : 2012-11-02

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