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Singapore craft beer uses recycled sewage to highlight water scarcity

Collaboration between national water agency and craft brewer described as ‘highly quaffable’ It is a beer made with only the finest ingredients: premium German barley malts, aromatic Citra and Calypso hops, farmhouse yeast from Norway – and reclaimed sewage. NewBrew, a collaboration between Singapore’s national water agency and the local craft brewery Brewerkz, has already proved popular and has sold out on tap at the brewery’s restaurants, according to reports.

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Singapore craft beer uses recycled sewage to highlight water scarcity

The best boutique and shophouse hotels in Singapore

Housed in Singapore’s most culturally vibrant districts, these contemporary boutique hotels are a refreshing alternative to established hotel chains we all love. These swish hotels reveal an oft-unseen facet of our modern metropolis and promise to beguile you with its distinctive charms. Whether you're choosing to isolate yourself in a peaceful setting away from home or spending quality time with your significant other, these boutique and shophouse hotels in Singapore have all it takes for the perfect staycation.

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The best boutique and shophouse hotels in Singapore

The best fish and chips in Singapore

It’s as classic as it gets: fish and chips, the quintessential takeaway that’s typically wrapped in yesterday’s papers. But in Singapore, there isn’t exactly a chippy shop around the corner – instead, the best fish and chips are found in an assortment of eateries, ranging from British pubs to classy restaurants.

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The best fish and chips in Singapore

Singapore investor buys £130m Gloucester Business Park from Brookfield’s ARC

Brookfield’s Advanced Research Clusters (ARC) has exchanged on the sale of Gloucester Business Park to Singaporean investor Straits Real Estate in a deal worth around £130m. This content is only available to registered users for free to finish this article. Sign up now for the following benefits:

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Singapore investor buys £130m Gloucester Business Park from Brookfield’s ARC

Resentment of rich foreigners complicates Singapore’s politics

The government must balance the city-state’s role as a financial hub with locals’ concerns S industry is booming. Over the past year it grew by 7.2%—four times faster than the overall economy. The city-state has become Asia’s leading foreign-exchange market, and its fund managers and family offices cater to a dizzyingly high number of ludicrously rich people.

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Resentment of rich foreigners complicates Singapore’s politics

Brit holiday warning – vaping in these countries could land you in jail

VAPING Brits would face jail time up to 10 years in some holiday hotspots around the world. Vape pod retailer Vape Club has recently revealed where holidaymakers need to be careful next time they travel abroad. Lots of destinations are enforcing fines for people caught vaping. This includes Singapore, with fines up to £1,200.

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Brit holiday warning – vaping in these countries could land you in jail

The biggest risks to Singapore’s primacy in Asian finance are at home

The pecking order of financial centres is changing I centres play a crucial role in the world economy. They act as launching pads for ideas and bring together expertise, capital and entrepreneurs. Right now the map of Asian financial hubs is being redrawn. The city-state of Singapore looks to be the main beneficiary—provided it can handle some of the downsides of being a global centre for other people’s business.

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The biggest risks to Singapore’s primacy in Asian finance are at home

Wealth management: Citi’s Asia family office ambitions takes shape with new hires

By hiring two private bankers from outside the industry to power its Asia family-office business, Citi offers further proof that its peers should take its ambitious regional wealth management plans seriously. Citi continues to stockpile private bankers as its Asia wealth franchise pushes to hit its target of adding more than $150 billion in regional assets under management by 2025.

euromoney.com ,  1 day ago 0
Wealth management: Citi’s Asia family office ambitions takes shape with new hires

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The best things to do in Singapore in July How are we already in July? We’re more than halfway through the year and there’s plenty to do this month for foodies, art enthusiasts and culture vultures with food festivals, bar crawls and exhibitions in store.

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There’s a new pet-friendly PS.Cafe in Katong with dishes like beef cheek rendang and chendol panna cotta

PS.Cafe is one of the most popular café chains – rightfully so, since there’s no other joint that’s as well known for their truffle shoestring fries. Luckily for East-siders, they’ve just opened their newest outlet at the newly-revamped shopping mall i12 Katong, marking it as the second PS.Cafe this side of Singapore.

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There’s a new pet-friendly PS.Cafe in Katong with dishes like beef cheek rendang and chendol panna cotta

The battle between Asia’s financial centres is heating up

Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai each bring different advantages—and costs “A was how a Singaporean manager of serviced apartments greeted your correspondent, fresh off the plane from Hong Kong. The response tells you which of the two cities is currently enjoying an influx of people and business.

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The battle between Asia’s financial centres is heating up

Boy nearly dies after suffering from eczema so bad it left his skin leaking

Yun Yun, from Singapore, has opened up about trying to cure her one-month-old son of his eczema - as her attempts left her jobless and depressed and her boy suffering A woman has spoken about the horror she endured when her newborn son developed a severe case of eczema.

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Boy nearly dies after suffering from eczema so bad it left his skin leaking

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The best shopping malls in Singapore Shopping is one of Singapore's national pastimes and we've all spent time walking from one shopping mall to another similar air-conditioned haven, sometimes to chase the best deals and also to escape the heat. In a town where mall culture is strong, it can get a little hectic when it comes to navigating shops at different malls.

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The best old school games we used to play in Singapore Before computers, mobile phones and game consoles, kids (and adults) in Singapore played a number of old school and traditional games. These needed minimal equipment but a surprising amount of focus, dexterity, balance and even strategy.

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We know this city. Do you?

Where to volunteer at in Singapore and get involved The spike in donations and volunteering since the pandemic began has made it clear: difficult as times have been, it's also opened our eyes and hearts to the vulnerable communities around us. And there's no time like the present to get involved – from assisting migrant workers and caring for children, to helping rescue animals and clean-up drives, there are several local charities that need your help today.

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We know this city. Do you?

US Accuses 5 Firms in China of Supporting Russia's Military

Washington - President Joe Biden's administration added five companies in China to a trade blacklist on Tuesday for allegedly supporting Russia's military and defense industrial base, flexing its muscle to enforce sanctions against Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine. The Commerce Department, which oversees the trade blacklist, said the targeted companies had supplied items to Russian 'entities of concern' before the February 24 invasion, adding that they 'continue to contract to supply Russian entity listed and sanctioned parties.'

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US Accuses 5 Firms in China of Supporting Russia's Military

Inside Guy and Jules Sebastian's $16,000 family holiday at luxury resort on Indonesia's idyllic Bintan Island

Guy and Jules Sebastian enjoyed a long-needed family vacation this month. The couple took their two sons, Archer, eight, Hudson, 10, along with them to Club Med Bintan Island in Indonesia. . Guy and Jules Sebastian enjoyed a long-needed family vacation this month.

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Inside Guy and Jules Sebastian's $16,000 family holiday at luxury resort on Indonesia's idyllic Bintan Island

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The best supper spots in Singapore for late-night dining Some calls can't go unanswered – we’re talking about those late-night stomach growls that you can’t shake off with a protein bar or fruit. Well, well, if you're living in Singapore, one thing's for sure.

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Progeny Announces International Expansion With Plans To Acquire The Fry Group

Multi-disciplinary professional services firm, Progeny, has announced plans to acquire The Fry Group, marking its expansion into international markets. The deal, subject to regulatory approval, will allow Progeny to extend its boundaries beyond the UK and increase its total assets under management to more than £5.5bn.

lancashiretimes.co.uk ,  3 days ago 0
Progeny Announces International Expansion With Plans To Acquire The Fry Group

Cumbria branch of business hikes from Ambleside as part of a global relay

Impact raises money for Mind over Mountains The Cumbria-branch of a business hiked 150km across the Lake District from Ambleside as part of a relay between the offices across the world. Impact is a firm that specialises in leadership development. They have offices across the world. They set up an event called Force4Good where every branch of Impact, including Windermere, Warsaw, Tokyo, Singapore, Sydney and New York ran a relay and passed on a baton between the difference offices.

thewestmorlandgazette.co.uk ,  4 days ago 1
Cumbria branch of business hikes from Ambleside as part of a global relay