Daily Archives: February 19, 2015 (8 Articles Found)

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Spreading Chinese New Year cheer to neighbours

When Mr Pang Wei Ling moved into his four-room flat 13 years ago, his Chinese New Year decorations consisted of simple wall hangings and paper couplets. Now he displays ornaments, a 2m-tall water feature and decorations stretching 30m…

More venues, administrative support on arts groups’ Budget wishlist

More venues for rehearsals and shows, and more support in the administrative areas are on several arts groups’ wishlist, ahead of the Budget announcement on Mon. Theatre company Wild Rice often opens its studios for budding arts groups…

Fire breaks out at Hougang hair salon

A fire broke out in a hair salon on the first floor of Blk 684 Hougang Ave 8 in the wee hours on Thurs. According to SCDF, it was alerted of the fire at 2.10am and arrived at…

Shenton Way’s Golden Bridge is coming down

The replacement for the Golden Bridge in Shenton Way will not house any retail or food outlets, unlike its predecessor. Instead it will be a sheltered open-air walkway that connects two mixed-use developments, V on Shenton and OUE…

Home-grown intl schools in demand from Singaporeans

The three home-grown intl schools cannot seem to expand fast enough to keep up with demand for places from Singaporean parents. Anglo-Chinese School (ACS) (Intl), St Joseph’s Institution (SJI) Intl and Hwa Chong Intl School have expanded their…

Co-locate HSR terminus with MRT interchange

I agree that a more central location for the Singapore-Malaysia high-speed rail (HSR) system should be identified (“Central site best for S’pore end of high-speed rail” by Mr Amit Nagpal; Tues). The rail system will benefit only those…

NEL service disrupted by train signalling fault

MRT service on the North East Line (NEL) was suspended for about 40 minutes on Wed night (Feb 18) due to a signalling fault, SBS Transit announced. At 10.45pm, LTA tweeted on behalf of SBS Transit that service…

Here are five property trends to watch out for in the Year of the Sheep

Home-buying sentiment is expected to spike after the Lunar New Year celebrations. Singapore Business Review brings you these five property trends to watch out for in the Year of the Goat.

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