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  1. Need to join a queue? This local on-demand service will do it for you

    Since rolling out its services in May, Singapore start-up iQueue has received about 100 requests to queue for mobile phones, concert tickets, as ...
  2. Russian hacker wanted by US tells court he worked for Putin's party

    A Russian hacker arrested in Spain on a U.S. warrant said on Thursday he previously worked for President Vladimir Putin's United Russia party and ...
  3. Trump ban on transgender service members alarms some military officers

    General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in a written message on Thursday to military leaders that there has been no ...
  4. High Court sets out new sentencing framework for NS defaulters

    Singapore's High Court on Tuesday (Jul 25) set out new sentencing benchmarks for those who default on national service (NS).
  5. British PM leaves top ministers unchanged after election

  6. NSmen ‘should consider carefully’ proposed concierge service, says Singapore army

    The business idea aims to “enhance operational readiness” by helping reservists clean, store and pack their equipment, says Helping Arms in ICT's ...
  7. New Army Daze sequel to be staged in August

    Three decades later, playwright Michael Chiang revisits the characters from his 1987 hit comedy play about National Service recruits to mark the ...
  8. High Court raises jail terms of 3 National Service defaulters in landmark judgement

    The court is also expected to issue a detailed judgement, in which it will set out a new sentencing framework for defaulters. Under the revised ...
  9. Police launch marine counter-terrorism team

    The new Emergency Response Force has been set up to be part of a first response wave in an armed attack in Singapore’s waters and offshore islands.
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    Minister of State for Finance Josephine Teo moved the Income Tax (Amendment) Bill for a Second Reading.

    Minister of State for Finance Josephine Teo moved the Income Tax (Amendment) Bill for a Second Reading. The Bill involves changes announced in the ...

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