2 private security agencies tio charged for making their security officers work 20 hours a day

Two private security agencies in Singapore have been charged for making their security officers work up to 20 hours a day. According to CNA, the two private security agencies, Erawan Security Services and Volantra Security, were among several private security agencies that the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) took action against.

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Unvaccinated people start petition to ask Gahmen to let them into malls, a counter-petition later appear

Last Saturday (9 October), the multi-ministerial task force (MTF) announced that from 13 October onwards, individuals who are not fully vaccinated will not be allowed entry into malls, large standalone stores, attractions, hawker centres, and coffee shops. This announcement came after food-and-beverage (F&B) settings such as hawker centres, retail establishments,

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Uncles seen gathering in group size of more than 2 at Chinatown Complex after reopening

It has been two weeks since Chinatown Complex resumed its operation following a closure of 3½ days. The complex, which houses 700 stalls, was closed from 12 September to 15 September for cleaning and disinfection after 66 Covid-19 cases were linked to a cluster there. According to Shin Min Daily News,

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Netizens buay song that Fann Wong is starting online pastry shop, suan her tarts very expensive

Local actress Fann Wong has announced in a media release that she will be launching an online pastry shop called Fanntasy, Mothership reported. The actress has apparently started baking during circuit breaker last year, after craving for old-school bakes. One thing led to another, come 13 Oct, at 9:29am, her

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NTUC FairPrice increases supply of fruits & vegetables, urges customers not to hoard them

NTUC FairPrice says, “Calm Down, not Come Down!” After the news that Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre will be closed for three days from Monday (Sep 27) because COVID-19 cases were discovered, Singaporeans were worried that they would not be able to get their usual supply of fruits and vegetables. This

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Panasonic retrenches 700 staff in S’pore, moving manufacturing operations to Malaysia and China

Electronics giant Panasonic is shutting down its refrigeration compressor manufacturing operations in Singapore and will be moving these manufacturing operations to its existing facilities in Malaysia and China. The shutting down of its compressor manufacturing operations in Singapore will result in the layoff of 700 staff. The decision to shut

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