Missing Travel? Tips for Itchy Feet!

Kim Forrester has tips and tricks for feeding your insatiable travel bug, without leaving Singapore.

Host a Petite Pink event in October

During October, Casual Coffee is teaming up with ANZA Action and inviting you to host a Petite Pink event in a small group, in support of Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

ANZA Racing Teams are Go!

ANZA Cycling President Megan Kinder reports on the rebirth of ANZA Cycling’s Racing Teams.

Meet the Chef – Oliver-Truesdale Jutras, OFC

What drew you to Singapore? My partner Phoebe (who is also in the kitchen at OFC) and I have always dreamed of having a garden/farm located on restaurant grounds. Cynthia Chua, founder of Spa Esprit...

Writing a Children’s Book in Singapore

Danish writer Helle Norup, aka H.S. Norup, may have left Singapore, but her connection to the island continues through her latest children’s book, The Hungry Ghost. “I began writing it when I was still living in Singapore. I wanted to capture the vibrant atmosphere and the wonderful multicultural society,” says Helle.

Celebrate the Mid Autumn Festival!

Singapore celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival on Thursday, 1 October. Here are some ideas for joining in the festivities!

Singapore’s Best Walking Trails

Hearing the call of the wild? Strap on a pair of hiking boots, fill up your water bottle, spritz with mozzie spray, and get in touch with nature at these hiking trails.

Sandwich Generation

Aussie Ben Lee created Sarnies – a bustling café located in the heart of hip Telok Ayer – because he couldn’t find a decent sandwich in Singapore’s CBD.

Hotspots: The Old Man

After opening speakeasy bar, Stockton in Hong Kong, Andrew Yap relocated back to Singapore in 2015 to join Neon Pigeon, before opening a Singapore outpost of Hong Kong bar The Old Man, with partners Agung, Roman and James.

Write a Bestseller with the ANZA Writers’ Group

Got a cracking story to tell? The ANZA Writing group is launching a new online writing course, ‘Writing Gripping Fiction’, a 6-part series starting on 6 October at 7.30 pm.