Singapore university students asked to stop brewing beer on campus

Three students at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have been asked to stop brewing beer after their home brew enjoyed a whirlwind success among students on the campus.

Two Singapore companies allegedly sold wine and spirits to N. Korea

Two Singaporean companies have allegedly sold luxury goods including wine and spirits to North Korea defying UN sanctions, a leaked UN report has shown. 

Clarke Quay clubs call for review of liquor license law in Singapore

Clubs in one of Singapore's popular nighttime areas, Clarke Quay, are calling for a review of the city's liquor licensing hours after the legendary Shanghai Dolly club closed its doors last Saturday, arguing that shortened liquor serving hours have dealt a deadly blow to business.

Michelin-starred street food stand pops-up in London

The world's first street food chef to gain a Michelin star for his Hawker Chan stand will be offering Londoners a Michelin-starred lunch for just £6 this week as part of a one-off pop-up. 

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