Singapore to contribute S$7.9m worth of medical supplies to ASEAN reserve

Singapore will contribute S$7.9 million worth of medical supplies to an ASEAN reserve. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said this is to support the region’s efforts in preparing for future public health emergencies. Speaking at the ASEAN Summit, he stressed the need for member states to work together to emerge stronger and more resilient from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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More volunteers join group in Singapore delivering supplies to those self-isolating at home

With more than 17,000 people in Singapore stuck at home recovering from COVID-19, a team of volunteers is trying to make a difference. The group of about 60 people, mostly professionals, helps out by sending them supplies. They have seen their ranks swell by six times, just a month since starting.

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India faces power outages as coal supplies dwindle | DW News

India is facing major power shortage, as the country’s coal supplies dwindle. Electricity demand has surged since 2019, while the price of coal has also rocketed to near record highs. Now several states are looking at introducing mass blackouts to save energy reserves.
Meanwhile, the Modi government is insisting the country has enough coal to supply its power plants. Coal prices shot up after heavy monsoon rains closed mines and disrupted transport networks.

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DOH, DBM execs skip Senate hearing on overpriced medical supplies

Almost no one from the executive department were present in the resumption of the Senate’s hearing on overpriced medical supplies.

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Army called on to deliver fuel supplies as shortage continues across the UK

In some parts of the country the petrol crisis seems to be getting worse, with some forecourts in London and the south east out of fuel altogether. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)

The Petrol Retailers Association said the situation in those areas was "critical", although Boris Johnson said military tanker drivers would be deployed from Monday as the Government wanted to take "all possible precautions".

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Thai paragliders drop supplies to flood-hit areas

A Thai paragliding team put its aerial skills to good use by flying aid sorties over flood-hit villages and dropping vital supplies to the stranded residents below

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Government to pay ‘tens of millions’ to restart CO2 supplies

Environment Secretary George Eustice says it will cost ‘tens of millions’ in the short term to re-open two CO2 plants in England.

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Kabul hospitals worried over lack of COVID supplies

Hospital officials in Kabul are worried about medical supplies, especially for the treatment of COVID-19 patients, as the Taliban remains in control of Afghanistan.

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Afghan Army Lacked Food, Supplies During Struggle Against Taliban

Vice News international correspondent Ben Solomon recounts the fall of Kandahar, Afghanistan. 

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Japan’s top egg producer to set up $100m farm in Singapore, boosting local supplies

Local egg supplies in Singapore are set to almost double in five years. That’s with the planned completion of the country’s fourth egg farm, which can produce 360 million eggs and five million day-old chicks annually. Japan’s top egg producer ISE Foods Holdings is investing more than $100 million in the planned facilities. This will boost Singapore’s capacity to meet about half of its demand for eggs, up from about 28% now. Distributed over four plots totalling 13 hectares, the facilities are expected to start operations in phases from 2024 to 2026.

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