Safe Water for Kids

Environmental scientist Fleur Maidment volunteers with Disaster Aid Australia’s Safe Water for Every Child, installing SkyHydrants in camps and villages in Myanmar. The initiative has provided safe drinking water for thousands of displaced refugees in remote villages in Myanmar.

Interview: Professor Brian Cox

Professor Brian Cox is heading to Singapore with a brand-new show, the Universal World Tour 2019 on Saturday 8 June at the Star Theatre.

Snapshot of This Year in ANZA Tours

After a whirlwind of a year, we have a quick reflection on 2016’s tours – all volunteer-run by an amazing group of people. During 2016, the volunteer-run ANZA tour committee has been pleased to present...

Dean’s Rise to Success

Baker & Cook’s baking guru Dean Brettschneider talks about his cooking school and what’s next for his baking empire.

Bar Review: Idlewild Flies High

Travel back to the golden age of air travel at Idlewild, a luxe, retro-themed small bar at Singapore's Intercontinental Hotel.

Climate: When Departure Means Arrival

Ken Hickson, climate change consultant, advisor and six-time author including The ABC of Carbon and Race for Sustainability looks at Singapore’s place in climate departure. In travel terms, we know exactly the difference between arrivals...

A Night by the River

It takes just one mid-week staycation to remember what attracts people to this neighbourhood, Gerard Ward finds.   Robertson Walk maybe familiar to some, but a staycation means looking at the area with fresh eyes.  Every...

10 minutes with: Jet Lo

Jet Lo, Head Chef at Ding Dong, talks about his shift from hospitality management in Perth to eventually being head chef in Singapore. So where did your love for cooking come from?I’m from Sabah in...

10 minutes with: Albert Lin

The scientist-turned-explorer is next in the series of talks run by National Geographic. Albert talks about how he stumbled on one of the most significant figures in history. Your education is in Materials Science and...

Wild Singapore – Where to See Otters, Dugongs & Pangolin

Otters Otters had almost disappeared from Singapore by the 1970s, due to waterway pollution. But a general waterway clean-up, mandated by Lee Kuan Yew, saw their return, and thanks to a cleaner habitat the otter...