- • More social support, economic boosts likely in Budget 2015
- • The disabled can make meaningful contributions to society, says PM Lee
- • Japan household spending continues to weaken, falling 4.0% in October
- • Opec kept output steady for fear of losing market share: Kuwait
- • Australia set to tighten rules for foreign property buyers to stem surging prices
- • S.Korea Oct factory output falls 1.6%, worse than expected
- • Shop and dine where you live
- • Learn about It Girls in The Life e-magazine
- • France, Italy, Belgium risk breaking EU Budget rules
- • Najib's U-turn on repealing Sedition Act draws flak from critics, support from party
- • Football: Zulfahmi set for centre stage
- • Mental health check for Pasir Ris 'neighbour from hell'
- • Football: Lions vow Tigers balm to ease Shahdan's pain
- • Four signs Singaporeans' passion for property is cooling
- • Poll shows home is where the hoard is
- • An interactive guide to Singapore's new suburban malls
- • While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, Nov 28 edition
- • Singapore among new markets for Poland's apples
- • Pulitzer winner Jhumpa Lahiri in short-list for South Asia fiction prize
- • Limestone 'Venus' 23,000 years old dug up in France
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