What's Next: August 20, 2016

A London Underground logo sits on a sign outside the Redbridge subway station in 2014.
A London Underground logo sits on a sign outside the Redbridge subway station in 2014. PHOTO: BLOOMBERG

Weekend Night Tube services in London

London will join New York as a city that never sleeps when the capital's famous Underground launches its first weekend Night Tube services today. Six trains an hour will run on the Central and Victoria lines between 12.30am and 5.30am on Saturdays and Sundays. There will also be a range of new all-night bus services.


Festival to celebrate social enterprise

FestivalForGood, Singapore's first social enterprise festival, will be launched today by Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chuan-Jin. Organised by the Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise, the two-day festival aims to celebrate the diverse community of social entrepreneurs who do good through business. More than 40 social enterprises will showcase their products and services, as well as raise awareness of the growing community.


Identical aims for Wenger and Ranieri

There is not a lot that reigning English Premier League champions Leicester have in common with Arsenal - except for the fact that both sides lost their opening games of the new season last weekend. And as the two teams prepare to meet tomorrow, Claudio Ranieri and Arsene Wenger must surely have identical aims as well. Uppermost in their minds is the need to record a first win and put their respective false starts behind them.

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