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Consistency and Simplicity (guest blog - Ralph Frank)

The current UK pension taxation regime gives preferential treatment to Defined Benefit (“DB”) savers relative to Defined Contribution (“DC”) savers at both theAnnual Allowance… 1,025 more words


Taking five instead of two.

If you’re a regular around Paya Lebar, you’ll know that the taxi stand has shifted across the road (to Paya Lebar Square).

However, errant taxi drivers continue to stop opposite the stand…this of course would not seem much of a problem UNLESS you’re the one waiting for a taxi at the stand. 93 more words


Country club to make way for high speed rail terminus

The Singapore government will acquire the current site of Jurong Country Club (JCC) in Jurong East to develop the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) terminus, revealed a joint statement from the Land Transport Authority (LTA), Singapore Land Authority (SLA), and Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). 190 more words


FREE Tennis at the Great British Tennis Weekend

All the family can play tennis for FREE at Totally Tennis on Saturday 16th May as part of this year’s Lawn Tennis Associations (LTA) Great British Tennis Weekend (GBTW). 384 more words

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Wimbledon to replace selfie sticks with vuvuzelas

The nuisance of the selfie stick is to be no more on Centre Court, as Lawn Tennis Association adopts the peaceful vuvuzela for those in the royal box to enjoy. 112 more words


Lower Than Atlantis @ O2 Academy - Oxford

Lower Than Atlantis are a staple band in any rock enthusiast’s iTunes library these days. From the ballsy World Record to last year’s pop-filled self-titled album, Lower Than Atlantis are masters of their craft, constantly producing hit after hit and rarely faltering. 257 more words


The Doctors are in for the rail network!

The Land Transport Authority is calling in experts to conduct a health check-up on our rail network. This comes in the form of two tenders and LTA says it is part of “continuous efforts to ensure the safety and reliability of rail services”. 128 more words