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Familiar faces make up a campaign shareable GIF sticker series.

NTUC FairPrice expands range of halal-certified products

FairPrice is also distributing beverages with dates or snacks to the Muslim community at 60 of its stores.

Keeping a healthy in-law relationship

Learn some tips on how you can strengthen your relationship with your in-laws.

More ‘die-logues’ around end-of-life issues

A new graphic novel addresses these complex, weighted questions.

A homage to hawker centres

Asian food stalls included in a food hall concept in Resorts World Las Vegas this summer.

First Geragogy Guidelines

The Council for Third Age elevates training standard in senior learning.

Tightened travel restrictions continue

World Tourism Organization’s latest report shows governments taking a more cautious approach on easing restrictions on travel.

A journey to happiness

The Happiness Film Festival is showing six films focused on issues of vulnerable and marginalised groups, including seniors.

National Silver Academy virtual roadshow back

Its second edition promotes lifelong learning, senior volunteerism and positive ageing.

NLB launches free monthly digital literacy programme for seniors

Seniors will learn to access and use eNewspapers, Wireless@SGx, QR codes and the revamped NLB mobile app at 25 public libraries.

An appreciation for dance

The sixth edition of Got to Move goes digital with a number of senior-friendly activities.

Increasing capacity in the libraries

Come January 4, more restrictions will be eased in the public libraries and archives.

Making digital resources, public services more accessible 

A collaboration by NLB, PSD, IMDA and SDO introduces senior-focused services at public libraries, an aim to ensure digital inclusion and outreach.

Making the world more accessible

An accessible travel startup has added Singapore to its platform offering those with disabilities a chance to travel to places they might not have gone before.

Maps of early Singapore on latest stamps

Four of these from the National Library’s rare materials collection are being featured on four stamps.