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Singapore is spending another S$48b to deal with Covid-19’s aftermath, for a total of S$55b – here are the targetted areas

The Prime Minister, Cabinet ministers and other political office-holders - as well as the President - will be getting a 3-month pay cut.

Singapore’s government is preparing to help house thousands in hotels and dorms after Malaysia said it will shut borders

The short-term housing options include hotels, dormitories and rooms or whole property in HDB flats and private residences.

Defer events with 250 people, seat diners 1m apart: Here are all the social distancing measures Singapore introduced on Mar 13

Employers are also encouraged to adopt telecommuting or videoconferencing to allow employees to work from home.

Singapore will cover up to S$20,000 disinfection costs for establishments with Wuhan virus cases: Chan Chun Sing

Licence fees for hotels, travel agents, and tour guides will be waived, while disinfection and cleaning costs will also be defrayed.

‘Weed out the minority’: Josephine Teo announces MOM crackdown on workplace discrimination with heavier punishments

After updates to the Fair Consideration Framework (FCF), employers found guilty of discrimination will be barred from hiring new foreign workers for up to 24 months.

MOM plans to clamp down harder on hiring discrimination in 2020, Josephine Teo says

More information on the review of the Fair Consideration Framework will be disclosed in two weeks.

Makeup fans are devastated that Sasa is closing down all 22 of its Singapore stores, but not all are sad

Many people have drawn comparisons between Sasa and Sephora, which one person said was a lot more fun to shop at.

Real-wage salaries in Singapore expected to grow more next year, thanks to benign inflation: Korn Ferry

Singapore's real-wage salaries could grow by 3.6% next year, up from 3.0%.

Digital professionals will be Singapore’s most wanted in 2020 – but hirers will also want them to have ‘business acumen’

Hirers will increasingly look for "well-rounded candidates with business acumen". Here's what that means.