- • Morning business news round-up for Oct 31, 2014
- • More provisional flats, new co-rental option for couples waiting for BTO to be built
- • Myanmar President Thein Sein opens unprecedented talks with Aung San Suu Kyi
- • Burkina Faso: What you need to know about the West African nation
- • China says it has captured 180 graft suspects in overseas manhunt
- • Money Talk: UOB, Starhill Global Reit, Osim
- • Food Picks: Pantler, Xi Yan and Teppei Japanese restaurant
- • Warrant officers among graduates of top military course in Singapore
- • Arts Picks: Singapore Writers Festival, Tan Ngiap Heng and more
- • Film Picks: Kung Fu Jungle, John Wick, Fury and Brotherhood Of Blades
- • Gigs Picks: The Local People X Movember Night Market and more
- • US ambassador Samantha Power to report temperature twice daily after West Africa visit
- • Pete Tong, Paul Oakenfold among top DJs to speak here at International Music Summit Asia-Pacific
- • South Korean activists launch more than one million anti-North leaflets across border
- • Statement by PM Lee Hsien Loong
- • Joint statement by the foreign affairs ministries of Malaysia and Singapore
- • Malaysia-Singapore joint venture firm need not pay development charge on three parcels of former railway land, says arbitral tribunal
- • From The Straits Times Archives: Malayan Railway land in Singapore
- • Literary gliterrati arrive with launch of the Singapore Writers Festival
- • Asia shares rally after better-than-expected US Q3 growth figures
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