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Bukit Panjang CC recognised for green features

SINGAPORE — Bukit Panjang Community Club (CC) has become the first upgraded community club to be certified Green Mark Gold Plus, following the implementation of a raft of green features, such as a real-time energy monitoring platform. The Green Mark scheme is used by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) …

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New arbitration court office to boost dispute resolution

SINGAPORE — The Republic will gain a stronger foothold in the new area of dispute resolution between foreign investors and states — or investment dispute resolution — with the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) to set up a staffed office here in the next six months. The office will be …

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ITE offers four new work-learn diplomas

SINGAPORE — Institute of Technical Education (ITE) students will soon be able to work and study after graduation, with the launch of four new technical diplomas to be awarded by the institution. Announcing more details of the ITE Work-Learn Technical Diploma at the ITE graduation ceremony yesterday, Education Minister (Higher …

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Tech start-ups share solutions to solve food industry’s problems

SINGAPORE — Selling affordable hawker food to office workers in business parks through smart self-collection kiosks is what one tech start-up is doing to help the hawkers capture a wider market and increase profit. Meanwhile, another tech start-up uses data analytics to track restaurant customers’ browsing-and-ordering patterns to derive the …

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Ex-Harry’s director back in court to face S$30k cheating charges

SINGAPORE — A former director of bar chain Harry’s International, previously fined for making false declarations of staff salaries, was hauled to court again yesterday for allegedly cheating the Government out of S$30,000 in training grants. Parmjit Kaur, 50, allegedly submitted false claims for training grants from the then-Singapore Workforce …

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