Singapore floorball looks ahead after dismal world championships

SINGAPORE: For the national men's floorball team, 2016 ended in a whimper after they finished last at the world championships they had worked so hard to reach. The 2015 SEA Games champions have had a roller-coaster year, with former president Sani Mohamed ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore team for Venice Biennale 2017 splits

SINGAPORE: Local multidisciplinary artist Zai Kuning and curator and art historian June Yap will no longer represent Singapore as a team at Venice Biennale 2017 due to "differences in the operational approaches within the team". In a statement to the media ... ( read original story ...)

2016 was Singapore's hottest year on record

The recent spell of cool and cloudy weather may have given a different impression, but 2016 will go down as the hottest year since Singapore started keeping temperature records in 1929. The latest update from the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS ... ( read original story ...)

More than a mobile price war looming

Now that Singapore has crowned its fourth mobile operator, what's next? Next year looks to be one for consumers to hold off on signing two-year telco contracts for new-fangled handsets - that is, until new kid on the block TPG Telecom launches its mobile ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Nov lending up on general commerce loans

SINGAPORE Dec 30 Singapore total bank lending in November rose 0.4 percent from October, due to a rise in general commerce loans, central bank data showed on Friday. Loans and advances by domestic banking units in the city-state amounted S$610.6 billion ... ( read original story ...)