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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.

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.

Grab and Singtel have jointly applied for a digital bank licence in Singapore

We'll know by the middle of the year if we're getting a Grab-Singtel digital bank.

You can now earn GrabPay reward points at over 50 million merchants worldwide with a new numberless card

The GrabPay Card is accepted at nearly 53 million merchants worldwide, and is already available in Singapore, with other South-east Asian countries soon to follow in early 2020.

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.

No Google apps, but more than 200 people still queued up to get Huawei’s Mate 30 phones at the Singapore launch

The first person in line queued up 11 hours just to buy a phone for his wife.

After catastrophic loungewear launch, McDonald’s surprises with smooth global launch of Hello Kitty carriers

According to people who prepared to queue, the sale was easy and there's plenty of stock.

YouTube Music is finally in Singapore – and the Premium version costs S$10 a month

Fans who trawl YouTube just for music can now skip all that and get to the good stuff.