Amidst the Singapore government's drive to enhance digital literacy in the nation and push for the adoption of technology and automation in businesses, PSB Academy, Singapore's best private education institution (1), is partnering with industry bodies to introduce new programmes that will focus on specialist skills, and contribute to Singapore's industry transformation maps starting with the hospitality and technology sectors.
The 18-hole Bukit Course at the Singapore Island Country Club (SICC), once hailed by six-time Major winner Nick Faldo as a "beautiful course", was re-opened for use yesterday after undergoing various improvements.
SWITZERLAND'S Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL), the world's leading hospitality management school, has big plans for Singapore. It is considering setting up a campus here and is also looking at having an innovation hub for Asia in Singapore.
The Singapore government is to introduce stricter rules about the availability and use of slot machines in the city-state’s social clubs. Any clubs that do not meet a new test regarding the scope of their non-gaming amenities will be required to cease slot machine operations by April 30, 2018, said the Ministry of Home Affairs in a statement.
Nearly a third of the 1,900 jackpot machines in 82 social and football clubs here will be removed over the next two years as part of tighter regulations to protect people from the dangers of gambling.