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8 shops have been warned for flouting safe distancing rules in Singapore – and half are bubble tea outlets

If they fail a follow-up check, they will be prosecuted under the Infectious Diseases Act.

Singapore is now pouring almost S$60 billion into Covid-19 measures, including a S$600 payout for all adult Singaporeans

S$600 in cash will be credited into the bank accounts of all Singaporeans aged 21 and above by April 14.

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.

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.

Looking for your favourite Singapore hawker stall? You can now find it on Google Maps

By early 2020, all 6,000 individual stores in Singapore will have their exact locations marked on Google Maps. You can even browse them in Google Street View.

How the owner of New Ubin Seafood transformed his kampong-styled restaurant into a growing brand

From Pulau Ubin to CHIJMES and Zhongshan Park, New Ubin has come far and wide. But it's still going places. 

MAS says it received 21 applications for digital bank licences, but only 5 can be given out

There were 7 digital full bank licence applications, and 14 applications for digital wholesale bank licences.

The biggest consortium to apply for a digital banking licence so far includes EZ-Link, V3 Group, Singapore Business Federation and more

The consortium is focused on serving SMEs in Singapore, which employs close to 70 per cent of Singapore's workforce.

Singapore unicorn Sea is this year’s top foreign stock in the US – and it could be thanks to this US$1 billion game

There are plans to build a long-lasting franchise around the smash-hit game.

Some Chinese consumers thought they shopped at Charles & Keith, only to realise later that their bags said ‘Cherlss & Keich’

Some consumers in China mistakenly bought items from a local brand called Cherlss & Keich, thinking it was Charles & Keith.