Daily Archives: August 18, 2019 (7 Articles Found)

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Rising sea levels to affect property values? Not if the Govt has solutions planned, say analysts

When sea levels rise, the low-lying areas of Singapore that will increasingly be at risk include a long stretch on the East Coast from Changi to the city centre, but property analysts said that this will unlikely affect…

NDR 2019: Bicentennial Experience to stay open for an extra 3 months in response to many requests

The Bicentennial Experience, which is the centrepiece of events commemorating Singapore’s history and evolution, will remain open for an additional three months, PM Lee announced in his NDR speech on Sun. The immersive, multi-sensory showcase had been due…

4 taken to hospital after fire breaks out in Jurong flat

Four people were taken to hospital after a fire broke out in a flat in Jurong on Sun evening. The fire broke out at a fifth floor unit of Blk 158 Yung Loh Road on Sun at about…

NDR 2019: Climate change one of the ‘gravest challenges facing mankind’, impact on Singapore to worsen, says PM Lee

Climate change is one of the gravest challenges the human race faces and Singapore is already feeling its impact – which is likely to worsen over the next few decades, said PM Lee on Sun. “Climate change may…

NDR 2019: Protecting Singapore from rising sea levels in the long-term could cost at least $100B

The long-term costs of protecting Singapore from the effects of rising sea levels could cost more than $100 billion over the next 50-100 years, warned PM Lee in his annual NDR speech on Sun. In possibly his most…

Widespread usage of property technology makes trade associations more relevant

With the rise of the property technology, industry associations are even more important, said Mr Zaqy Mohamad. Minister of State for National Development, Mr Zaqy, made these comments on property technology at the Singapore Real Estate Conference on…

We are on the cusp of a plastic recycling revolution

MEWR Minister Masagos Zulkifli highlighted in Parliament in early Aug that while 60 per cent of the nation’s waste generated is recycled, Singapore must continue building its recycling capabilities. “NEA is currently studying e-waste and plastics recycling solutions…

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