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Residents urge town councils to be more open about spending

Town councils should make their accounting more transparent and easier for residents to understand. Full story

Grangeford owner seeks time to remove partitions

Grangeford owner seeks time to remove partitions
Grangeford owner seeks time to remove partitions Full story

Expats in Singapore live the high life: HSBC survey

DESPITE the high cost of living for expatriates in Singapore, and cutbacks in luxury spending due to the recession, most expats here want to stay put, an HSBC survey has found. Full story

Phase 1 of GuocoLand’s Ascot Park all sold

THE first phase of Guoco- Land's Ascot Park project in Nanjing, China has been fully sold, the group said yesterday. Phase 1 of Ascot Park - comprising 594 units with a mix of 2 and 3-bedroom units in sizes ranging from 87 to 130 square metres - has been sold at an average price of 7,100 yuan (S$1,500) per sq m. Phase 2, comprising the remaining ... Full story

CapitaLand answers A$281.6m cash call

CapitaLand will inject A$281.6 million (S$333.1 million) into Australand by taking up its full entitlement in the Australian property unit's A$475 million rights issue. Full story

Couple sue NTUC Income over reverse mortgage deal gone sour

(SINGAPORE) A couple are suing NTUC Income - in what is seen as a test case - over a reverse mortgage deal in which their property was sold amidst falling property prices. Derek Chua, who is in his 70s and his wife Colleen Ng, who is in her late 50s, claim they lost their matrimonial home at Upper Serangoon in 2006. NTUC Income demanded repayment of a ... Full story
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