coronavirus

Some nightlife businesses struggle, with no end in sight

Kloud Karaoke Lounge has not been able to reopen for about half a year since the two-month circuit breaker that started in April, on account of government concerns that nightlife settings such as...

Luring tourists here with 3D models of Singapore icons

Prospective tourists will soon be able to view 3D models of Singapore icons like the Merlion from their living room, as part of an augmented reality (AR) push by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB...

Some nightlife businesses in Singapore struggle with no end in sight amid Covid-19

Things are getting dire for some nightlife operators, with no certainty on when they can reopen.

Job seekers in Singapore willing to accept lower pay as Covid-19 pandemic hits hard

Nearly 50 per cent of 373 respondents in a recent poll said they were open to taking positions offering less than their last salary.

Freelancers face lower-than-usual fees as businesses slash budgets

Freelancers in fields like the arts are pleased to finally be getting back to work, but the economic downturn is putting the squeeze on their usual rates and hurting their professional pride.

S'pore still 2nd most digitally competitive in global ranking

Singapore kept its position as the second most digitally competitive in the world, after the United States, in the latest edition of the IMD World Digital Competitiveness Ranking.

32 diners fined $300 each for flouting Covid-19 measures; 8 F&B outlets ordered to close

Rules such as not wearing a mask promptly after eating or drinking, intermingling between tables were broken.

S'pore SME business sentiment sinks to all-time low

Business sentiment for the next six months at Singapore's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) plunged to the lowest ever amid Covid-19-induced uncertainty over prospects for global growth...

Tour agency STA Travel to wind up, with hundreds of customers affected

It stopped operating on Sept 9, after its parent company based in Switzerland filed for insolvency in August.

SME business sentiment sinks to record low in Singapore on Covid-19 uncertainties

SINGAPORE - Business sentiment for the next six months at Singapore's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) plunged to the lowest ever amid the Covid-19-induced uncertainty over prospects of...

Back to office, but it's so hard: Why some in Singapore are reluctant to return to the workplace

More employees have been given the green light to return to workplaces, but there are still many challenges facing companies and staff preparing to make the shift back to the office.