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CapitaLand is selling The Star Vista to New Creation Church for S$300m and turning 1980s Liang Court into high-end homes
Goodbye, Liang Court. In 5 years, the 1980s mall will become an integrated development with high-end homes, a hotel and a serviced residence.
After asking staff to go immediately last week, DFS is now offering to help retrenched staff find jobs
DFS said it will work with the relevant agencies in the next several months to provide its retrenched staff with support services.
Singapore households waste S$342 million worth of food – or 68.4 million plates of nasi lemak – a year
A study has found that 342,000 tonnes of food is lost in Singapore even before it reaches consumers.
MPH Bookstores is closing its last two Singapore shops – here’s a look back at the store in its heyday at Stamford Road
Remember MPH Building? What good times.
PHOTOS: I visited Funan on its first day of reopening – and it’s completely unlike any other mall in Singapore right now
For the first time in a long time, Funan actually has an edge over other malls in the country.
Bargain hunters, mark your calendars.
After opening first double-storey store and 88-seater cafe at Jewel, Muji exec says it will be renovating Singapore homes in the ‘near future...
The best seats at Muji's Jewel cafe are hidden all the way at the back.
Car sales took the biggest hit.