Sunday, 29 Nov 2020

Passing on property as an inheritance

Maybe you own a condominium or a Housing Board flat, and you want to leave that property to the next generation. In all likelihood, you will need a will, a family trust or life estate. According to Ms Jacintha Pillay, a partner at Sim Mong Teck & Partners, there are several intricacies of inheritance laws […]

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Main route out of Wellington closed due to flooding

The main route north of Wellington is closed due to flooding, with no detours available. The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has warned motorists to delay their travel as the road is completely closed off. NZTA closed State Highway 1 between Plimmerton and Paekakariki – known as the coast road – shortly after 10am, and […]

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Cadet pilot and friends aim to inspire next generation of aviators

Cadet pilot Jason Koor’s flying ambitions may have been put on hold for the next few years due to the coronavirus outbreak, but the 26-year-old is using this downtime to inspire the next generation of aviators. Mr Koor, along with two friends, incorporated aviation enrichment company Aircademy last month. It hopes to help youth who […]

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Dyson plans $4.9b in investments across Singapore, UK, Philippines

British technology company Dyson is planning to have a new advanced manufacturing hub in Singapore as part of £2.75 billion (S$4.93 billion) worth of investments in the Republic, the United Kingdom and the Philippines. The investments will double Dyson’s portfolio of products and go towards its venture in new fields by 2025, with the hiring […]

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3 Brilliant Ways to Transform Leftover Stuffing

Every year, I look forward to Thanksgiving as an opportunity to eat bread by the spoonful. That’s all stuffing is: bread, which is already delicious, made more perfect by being ripped into bite-size bits, tossed with seasonings and mix-ins, and baked until crisp on the outside but still squishy and soft on the inside. It’s […]

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