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People’s Association’s ‘repeated’ failure to communicate with WP on municipal projects leads to ‘irresistible conclusion’: Pritam Singh

In the latest round of an online feud over a Barrier-Free-Access (BFA) ramp in Aljunied GRC, WP chief Pritam Singh alleged on Sat that CCC in the ward, which answers to PA, consistently fails to communicate in a…

Oxley Holdings and CDL clinch major wins at EdgeProp Singapore Excellence Awards 2019

The 3rd EdgeProp Singapore Excellence Awards, held last night at JW Marriott Hotel, was attended by more than 200 VIPs and guests who gathered to celebrate the success of the best performers in the real estate industry. Oxley…

Redesign housing estates to encourage mingling

Gone are the days when someone could live all his life in one place, with few things changing during his lifetime. Rapid and affordable mobility permanently altered the landscape of human settlement. Immigration brings people from diverse places…

NEA working at consistent recycling messaging

We agree with Ms Renee Tay that greater consistency in messaging on recycling will encourage more people to recycle, and to do it correctly (Be clear about what items can or cannot be recycled, Oct 12). About 40…

Massage parlours in heartland are staying open till late

Under the Massage Establishment Act, which came into force last year, massage parlours in HDB estates are to close by 10.30pm every day. But I have observed that many massage establishments in the heartland do not adhere to…

Climate change: Planet will survive, but what about mankind?

Forests and tundra are aflame. Tropical cyclones have slammed into nations ringing the Pacific and Atlantic. These underscore the urgency in a message that scientists have been trying to say for decades: The climate is changing, humans are…

MPs respond to climate rallygoers’ suggestions

Less than a month after the first Singapore Climate Rally was held here, MPs took to social media on Sat to reiterate their will to make sure more is done for the cause. MPs Louis Ng and Desmond…

NTU building and road renamed to mark pioneers’ contributions

A building and a road at NTU have been given new names to mark pioneers’ contributions to the development of the country’s education system. The building that houses the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CoHASS) has…

Several roadside carpark spaces in CBD to be converted into bicycle parking spaces: LTA

Workers who cycle to work in CBD will soon be able to find parking spaces more easily. Two roadside parking spaces in Jiak Chuan Road in the Chinatown area will be converted into about 20 bicycle parking spaces…

honestbee eyes co-working play, beefs up management team

honestbee may be in the thick of rebuilding its fallen house, but it is also eyeing a real estate play. The startup plans to sub-lease about half of its Delta House office space for co-working, pending approval from…

Aljunied grassroots advisor slams WP Pritam Singh’s comments on delay in building barrier-free-access ramp

Labelling WP chief Pritam Singh’s recent comments “unsubstantiated” and a “red herring”, Aljunied GRC grassroots advisor Chua Eng Leong maintained that a Barrier-Free-Access (BFA) ramp at Blk 108 Bedok Reservoir Road was completed “within a reasonable period of…

New ridge walk opens at Singapore Botanic Gardens as part of Gallop extension

Visitors to the Singapore Botanic Gardens can now walk on a ridge-top hiking trail which leads to the highest point in the gardens at around 40m above sea level. Along the way, there are plants from habitats found…

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