Ready, get set, and now it’s time to curse and swear if you’re a driver. From December, it’ll cost you 20 percent more to park at public car parks. You...

The government is currently reviewing public parking rates, in a move which will see prices raised at all public car parks for short-term and season parking. The...

Spot on, or off his rockers? This British ang moh who has moved to Singapore to raise his family has given his two pennies worth about the good and bad...

A patient who spent 40 days in hospital for a stroke apparently received S$42,538 government grant for healthcare expenses. And with insurance coverage,...

Prawn Mee, Wanton Mee, Laksa – all at S$2. The only dish that’s selling at S$2.50 at this stall is the dumpling noodles. This Teban Gardens hawker,...

“Overall and resident unemployment rates are likely to rise slightly in 2016 alongside the weak cyclical conditions, intensifying industry reconfigurations...

Starting from 2 May, motorists will be charged an additional S$1 at ERP gantries along the AYE. This will bring the rate for the three gantries to $2,...

If you’re on the path to becoming a median-income earner in Singapore, it’s time to be worried. According to Dinesh Dayani from Dollars and...

COE prices are up, driven by demand from the private-car rental sector. This comes after the government imposed tighter regulations on private-hire car...

ELSON: For a long time now, it appears that every time the government wants to curb something it deems undesirable, it takes the easiest way out – tax...

Old habits die hard, and so does old rhetoric. In February last year, when he was still Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Lawrence Wong spoke...

This ang moh couple makes a combined income of S$29,000 a month, and still they find it tough living in Singapore – known as the “Most Expensive...

Singapore Press Holdings is raising the prices for some of the newspapers in its stable starting from today, and that price hike has rankled some dog...

90 percent say they’re going to struggle where money is concerned if they retire. 30 percent say they will never be able to retire. Such is the grim...