Daily Archives: June 19, 2016 (6 Articles Found)

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Property sales up, but market not in recovery yet

Recent real estate statistics have showed buyers returning in greater numbers to snap up homes in both the new and resale segments, but pundits have refrained from using the term “recovery” to describe the current state of the…

Go-Ahead Singapore opens Loyang depot, sets eyes on Seletar bus package

New bus operator Go-Ahead Singapore officially opened its Loyang depot on Sunday with a full day carnival at the depot. This comes just months before the company launches its bus services in Sept, running 25 routes in the…

New toy library for special needs children opens in Pasir Ris

Special needs children in the North East district now have a new play area, with the official opening on Sun of a toy library at Pasir Ris Elias CC. The library, jointly set up by the North East…

Sembawang: Gateway to Singapore’s WWII past

NHB told ST it is now conducting additional research into the area to refresh its heritage trail of Yishun and Sembawang. The board said it will be expanding content on the World War II structures found in Sembawang,…

Large tree falls onto road in Jurong West, blocking motorists

A large tree fell across a road along Jurong West Ave 4 early this morning, blocking the paths of motorists in both directions. SCDF said it dispatched a fire engine and a support vehicle to the scene. Officers…

Singapore’s the biggest light polluter in the world

Children in Singapore will probably never get to experience the beauty of the Milky Way, thanks to a little-known environmental disturbance – light pollution. Singapore was named the country with the worst level of light pollution in the…

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