The Big Read: Burnt out and disillusioned, young lawyers head for the exit — and the industry is worried
SINGAPORE — Like many sectors in Singapore, the legal profession was not spared the ravages of Covid-19. As the coronavirus forced borders to close and battered economies worldwide, James, an associate at a law firm, was told by his bosses in 2020 that everyone would have to tighten their belts as they were freezing all pay increments.
All govt agencies to sign up for anti-spoof registry, relook use of SMS and links in communications with citizenry
About 1.9 million Singaporeans have used SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at least once, S$300m spent as of Dec 31
SINGAPORE — The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) on Friday (Jan 21) said that about 1.9 million Singaporeans have used their SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at least once, amounting close to S$300 million in transactions as of Dec 31 last year.
KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia has resumed ticket sales for air and land travel under a vaccinated travel lane programme with Singapore that had been suspended until Jan 20 over Omicron coronavirus variant concerns, the health ministry said on Friday (Jan 21).