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Singapore's a small red dot, but a global node Singapore's a small red dot, but a global node

Singapore's a small red dot, but a global node

This country may be small, but has three value propositions to offer by way of positive contributions to the region and beyond in the new digital...

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Straits Times / 01 Dec 2020

Nationality not a factor in scheduling executions: AGC

The accused alleged that there was discrimination based on nationality because he was scheduled to be hanged ahead of Malaysian drug trafficker Datchinamurthy Kataiah, who was given the death sentence before him.

Straits Times / 27 Nov 2020

Robinsons' liquidators get creditors' nod

The cash distribution to creditors is expected to take place between April and June next year and several resolutions were approved, including appointing a committee of inspection.

Straits Times / 24 Nov 2020

Probation for autistic piano teacher who molested 5-year-old

The judge in sentencing had considered that the man would suffer disproportionately in prison because of his disorder but also noted that this does not mean that all offenders in a similar situation should not be jailed.

Straits Times / 20 Nov 2020

Businessman recovers $12.7m from ex-mistress

The Judge accepted Mr Xu's explanation that the sums of money were moved to Ms Wang for temporary safekeeping due to financial difficulties faced by his companies in China at the time.

Straits Times / 16 Nov 2020

Benchmarking S'pore's best law firms

ST's project with research firm Statista to find Singapore's best law firms welcomed by legal players , as public tend to rely on credible guides.

Straits Times / 12 Nov 2020

Migrant workers' rights NGO calls for greater accountability

It wants greater accountability in the conduct of investigation interviews for migrant workers accused of crimes and improved access to professional interpreters for migrant workers whose first language is not English among others.

Straits Times / 12 Nov 2020

Policy resale market not regulated by MAS

Consumers who buy such products cannot rely on laws administered by MAS to take action against either the intermediary who resold or packaged the policies, or the distributor of the policies: MAS spokesperson.

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