COMMUNITY

Workplace sabotage: Unhappy workers turning to tech to get back at bosses

Technology has made acts of sabotage, like deleting files surreptitiously or manipulating information, harder to detect.

Singapore's economic slowdown gives impetus for greater transformation: Labour chief

Mr Ng urged companies and workers to seize the opportunities offered by disruptive technologies, and transform themselves to stay competitive.

New Geylang Serai hub to open in May

For residents of Geylang Serai, Hari Raya Puasa will be a special one this year, with a new social, cultural and heritage hub opening its doors next month.

Stitching up a good cause with single mums sewing baju kurung for Hari Raya

SINGAPORE - The traumatic experience of finding him and his family homeless for two years proved a life changing event for Mr Mohd Affendy.

English-style pub The Yard in River Valley calls last orders after 34 years

With its clean white facade and stained glass windows, the oldest British-style pub in Singapore has been a popular watering hole for both locals and expatriates.

Tiong Bahru Market's 'chicken boy'

Mr Chan Lay Boo, 82, has been selling chickens at Tiong Bahru Market and its predecessor, the Seng Poh Road Market, since the 1950s, earning him the moniker "gai zai", or chicken boy, in Cantonese...

Social enterprise empowers youth with exercise

Exercising can seem like a chore. But it can also be a powerful force for social good, according to the founders of a new social enterprise here.

Bakery empowers special needs staff

It is a Tuesday morning and Judd Christian Coyuco puts on his apron and washes his hands before he greets his supervisor.

Elder-preneurs show you are never too old to start your own business

Many retirees look forward to putting their feet up after years of work, but some find new purpose and meaning at this stage of life by becoming elder-preneurs - entrepreneurs who begin businesses...

Tar pau uncle runs "mini-hawker centre"

Every morning, residents of Holland Close are greeted with a scrumptious spread of hawker food for their breakfast, ranging from steaming boxes of porridge to freshly made nasi lemak to kuehs.

Working the wok as heat dies down on char kway teow

He is a familiar face in the coffee shop at Block 132, Jalan Bukit Merah, and part of a shrinking group of masters skilled in whipping up char kway teow.