The government has launched a prize to reward young entrepreneurs who have ideas for the betterment of society. The SG Breakthrough Prize is open to Singaporeans aged 18 and above who have innovative business solutions that could improve the lives of people in their communities. The winning team will be awarded up to $500,000 in seed funding and other rewards. Those shortlisted will also have the opportunity to receive mentoring from industry experts and potential funders. The winner will be announced in November.
The NUS Singapore History Prize is an annual award given by the National University of Singapore to a work dealing with Singapore history. It was established in 2014 after an anonymous donor donated funds to endow the prize. It is administered by the Department of History of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at NUS. The prize is open to works written in, or translated into English by authors of any nationality.
Talor Gooch clinched his second victory of the season at the LIV Golf Singapore Championship, beating Sergio Garcia in a playoff on Sunday at Sentosa Island. The Oklahoman, who won last week at the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai, tallied his third win in 13 LIV starts, earning $4 million in the process.
Located on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore is known for its commitment to nature and natural resources. The city is a biodiversity hotspot and is home to more than 6,000 species of plants, including some of the world’s most endangered trees. In addition, the city has a low carbon footprint and is one of the world’s greenest cities. Its dedication to the environment has earned it the nick name of the Garden City.
In a time of economic uncertainty, Singapore is refocusing its efforts on innovation and investments, and it remains resilient in the face of global challenges. The Government has a strong track record of building a vibrant economy, and is implementing new measures to enhance the quality of life for its citizens. These include reducing congestion on the roads, increasing investment in public housing and boosting the development of high-quality jobs.
Toto (also stylised as TOTO) is a legalised form of lottery sold in Singapore. It is operated by Singapore Pools and draws take place every Monday and Thursday at 6:30 PM (SG time). Toto is the country’s most popular form of gambling, with a total prize payout of over $3 billion per annum. The draw can be viewed at any of the Singapore Pools outlets or online via the official website. The winning numbers are also published in the newspaper the following day. There are various types of Toto games available, including a 4-Digits game and the Cascading Jackpot.