Ministry of Health staff sent home after water main bursts in Wellington

Ministry of Health staff have been instructed to work from home after a water main burst on Wellington’s Molesworth St, the Herald understands. Wellington Water advised just before 9am that a team was responding to a burst water main at 69 Molesworth St. “We are currently isolating the watermain, which

Parliament: Pre-packaged sugary drinks to carry A to D grading by end-2021; bubble tea to follow suit

SINGAPORE – From end-2021, pre-packaged non-alcoholic drinks with a high sugar or saturated fat content will be required to display a nutrition label with grades ranging from A to D, with D being the unhealthiest. Retailers will also be banned from advertising D-grade drinks on all media platforms. The same measures

Parliament: Changi T5, new MRT stations could be delayed if Covid-19 outbreak drags on, says Khaw

SINGAPORE – Major transport infrastructure projects such as Changi Airport Terminal 5 and new MRT stations could be delayed if the coronavirus outbreak drags on, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said on Thursday (March 5). Mr Khaw told the House his ministry has been tracking the impact of the outbreak