Handsome hawkers: Meet 4 men who are as dishy as the food they whip up

ST susses out four handsome hawkers to find out how they stay fit and fab for the job.

Unified cashless payment system rolled out at 500 hawker stalls across Singapore

Many hawker patrons will now have an easier time paying for their dishes without fumbling with notes and coins, or figuring out which card they can use to make payments.

Food delivery company WhyQ sacks courier for falsely claiming char kway teow was from popular eatery

Food delivery company WhyQ has sacked one of its couriers after it emerged that he had passed off a packet of char kway teow he delivered to a customer as coming from the Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow...

Singapore submits nomination to inscribe hawker culture on Unesco list

The nomination includes letters, photographs and videos demonstrating community support for the bid.

When it's renovation time, some hawkers move or quit

Six days a week, from 6am to 9pm, hawker Lick Su, 74, is on his feet preparing and serving bowls of Teochew fish soup and porridge at Chin Chau Lou stall in Chinatown Complex food centre in Smith...

The unintentional effect of hawker centre renovations: Hawkers quit for good

As hawker centres undergo a physical makeover, stallholders often use the months-long downtime to mull over their future in the business.

Keeping our hawker culture alive

Should Singapore's hawker centres be run by social enterprises?

Does it pay to have 24-hour hawker centres?

Our Tampines Hub hawkers keep stalls open 24/7 although the place is near deserted after midnight.

Two more stalls added to programme for aspiring hawkers

Demand for a programme that supports aspiring hawkers has been growing, with more than 40 people vying for 13 stalls since it was launched in February.

Is the cashless jigsaw complete?

By all accounts, there is no better time to jump on the cashless bandwagon than now. This is chiefly because the Government is picking up the tab for equipment rental and the 0.5 per cent...

Perks on the menu at struggling food centre

Free lunchtime parking and covered walkways are just some of the ways the Timbre Group is trying to woo patrons to dine at Yishun Park Hawker Centre.