Clubs with jackpot machines will soon face tighter regulations as part of moves to protect patrons from the harms of gambling, said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Thursday (July 20). The new measures, to be rolled out over the next two years, include more stringent criteria for jackpot machine permits, tighter quotas for the machines, and restricting access to rooms where they are housed.
The National University of Singapore Society (NUSS) is the premier graduate club in Singapore with 2 clubhouses and more than 15,000 members. The graduate club provides platforms for all to socialise, network and exchange ideas through recreational, academic, political, social and cultural activities. The club is inviting dynamic individuals to join them.
The conference this year was a resounding success, with over 130 delegates from the region participate. The content focussed on various as of club management and marketing including: Technology, Management Relationships with the Board, Fitness and Equipment Trends, Wine and New Areas in Diet/Cuisine, Cybersecurity, Employee Engagement, HR and Training.
The significant increase in near-drowning or drowning cases necessitates the concerted effort of all stakeholders to view the issue in perspective and to come up with initiatives to prevent such untoward incidents.
From May 1, the newly-renovated Warren Golf and Country Club will join Sembawang Country Club in offering an 'industry best' rate for SPH Golf Card members at $82, excluding GST, and for weekday golfing.