Infection rates for dengue are likely to rise as climate change creates more mosquito-friendly habitats. (Video: Raj Nadarajan & Raymond Limantara/TODAY) Link to story: https://tdy.sg/2Y1mkfs
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Each funpack will include a 750ml sports water bottle and reusable bamboo drinking straws which doubles up as clappers during the parade. To prevent waste, unused ponchos will also be collected after each NDP rehearsal and preview. With adjustable straps, the versatile funpack can be used as a messenger bag, tote bag and backpack. Other […]
Find out what urban sketcher Francis Theo chats about with his six-year-old grandson Ryan while on an outing sketching. Mr Theo is taking part in a travelling exhibition by the National Heritage Board (NHB), titled Uncles Love Monuments that is visiting libraries across Singapore. Read the story on TODAY. https://bit.ly/2KnjKx0
Despite fast food’s well-known health risks, Singaporeans just can’t get enough of it. When McDonald’s first opened in Singapore in 1979, the number of customers who attended its opening was so large that a world record was set for serving the highest volume of hamburgers in a single day. Fast food fans tell TODAY what […]
Futura, the much-celebrated New York graffiti artist, is in town to launch Constellation, his first-ever solo show in South-east Asia. The Singapore-inspired exhibition opens on Thursday (May 30) at Gillman Barracks. TODAY sat with him to find out more about graffiti writing. Video: Najeer Yusof/TODAY Additional footage: Melvin Wong for The Culture Story
Jumping on a 250m-long “sky net”, sliding down a nearly-vertical slide and looking down 23m from a translucent glass walkway – these are some of the highlights of the Canopy Walk that will open to the public on June 10.
What makes a good life in one’s retirement years? For Singapore’s seniors, the simple luxuries that would make life not just bearable but truly worth living include the occasional trip to Indonesia or Bangkok, a bluetooth speaker and hair dye. Video: Faris Mokhtar/TODAY
Armed with night vision equipment, NParks researchers have been able to spot two- to three-fold more native nocturnal wildlife during night surveys compared to an average of five species spotted from before. These regular night surveys are conducted to observe the animals without altering their natural behaviour, providing information on their population sizes and diets.
Calls have been made for the banning of PMDs. Do you see them as a necessity? Or as an accident waiting to happen? Watch this video to find out how both camps feel about them.