Winger Chris Ashton will miss England's final November international against Australia on Saturday due to a calf injury, the Rugby Football Union said on Tuesday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will host Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz for talks at her Downing Street office on Thursday at 1230 GMT, her spokesman said.
Department store operator Kohl's Corp reported better-than-expected quarterly same-store sales on Tuesday, benefiting from its revamped stores and merchandise as well as its partnerships with Amazon.com and Under Armour .
A growing chorus of critics is calling on Interpol to reject a Russian candidate to lead the organisation, over fears Moscow could abuse the presidency to target political opponents.
FedEx Corp said on Tuesday it plans to expand its fleet in the United States by adding 1,000 Chanje electric delivery vans.
Just what do even Ferrari-owning Singaporeans cannot resist owning as well? Crystal cognac glasses, it seems. A screenshot is circulating online that purportedly shows an email from the Ferrari Owners' Club Singapore (FOCS) to its members seeking the whereabouts of «more than 50… Louis XIII glasses» after an event with Louis XIII, a premium cognac brand produced by Remy Martin, last Saturday (Nov 17).
Viewers can also enjoy acclaimed Singapore films It's A Great, Great World and Pop Aye as Channel 5 launches new local showcase.
Technology firms led a sell-off across Asian markets Tuesday on fresh concerns about demand for Apple's iPhones, while Japanese car giant Nissan and Mitsubishi plunged on news chairman Carlos Ghosn had been arrested over alleged financial misconduct.
Philippine opposition senators have demanded President Rodrigo Duterte reveal details of joint energy exploration plans with China, warning such a deal risked affirming Chinese territorial claims that are not recognised under international law.
The PGA Tour announced a six-year deal on Tuesday for an official tournament in Japan from next year, to be sponsored by a company whose CEO has signed up to orbit the moon.
SINGAPORE - Senior Minister of State for the Environment and Water Resources Dr Amy Khor outlined on Monday (Nov 19) three areas her ministry would focus on in the coming months to improve the Socially-Conscious Enterprise Hawker Centre (SEHC) model implemented at seven new hawker centres. These are: give better support to the stallholders to manage costs, have greater oversight by regulator the National Environment Agency (NEA) to safeguard hawkers' well-being, and have structured channels set up by the SEHC operators for hawkers to give feedback.
SINGAPORE - A man who allegedly killed his daughter was taken to court on Tuesday (Nov 20). Tan Tian Chye, 64, was charged with murdering Ms Desiree Tan Jiaping, 35, in a unit on the eighth story of Block 171 Bedok South Road. Court documents did not disclose details about her death, such as the injuries she suffered and the weapon used to kill her. In a statement, the police said they received a call about the incident at around 3.40pm on Monday.
SINGAPORE - Will the upcoming «Netflix tax» disadvantage lower income groups and widen the digital divide by pricing them out of digital experiences, such as online learning and entertainment? The question was one of many raised during the debate of the Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill passed in Parliament on Monday (Nov 19).
Alphabet Inc's Google will invest 4.5 billion Danish crowns (US$690 million) in building a new data centre in Fredericia, Denmark, its Danish unit announced on Tuesday.
South Korea's biggest budget carrier, Jeju Air , purchased 40 Boeing 737-8 Max planes worth US$4.4 billion, the airline said on Tuesday.
Olympic gold medallist Ryan Fry and his Canadian team mates were kicked out of a World Curling Tour event in Alberta at the weekend for being "extremely drunk", according to a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation report https://www.cbc.ca/sports/olympics/curling/curling-team-ejected-extremely-drunk-1.4910869 on Monday.
Nissan and Mitsubishi shares plunged Tuesday, as the automakers prepared to oust chairman Carlos Ghosn a day after he was arrested for alleged financial misconduct.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, asked about media reports that the CIA believes the crown prince ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, said such claims "have no basis in truth and we totally reject them."
The Trump administration is preparing to add Venezuela to a U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism, a move that would escalate Washington's diplomatic struggle with the government of President Nicolas Maduro, The Washington Post said on Monday.
Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli said on Monday that the Italian champions were not involved in talks over a breakaway European Super League and remained committed to UEFA competitions.
The new Serb member of Bosnia's tripartite inter-ethnic presidency called on the European Union on Monday to grant the country candidate status and said it was time for foreign judges and peace envoy to leave.
The Federal Reserve is pushing ahead with gradual rate-hike plans next month as it marches toward a more normal policy stance that would keep the economy expanding, one of its most influential members said on Monday in the face of growing doubts in financial markets.