Daily Archives: January 18, 2020 (6 Articles Found)

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Public engagement for Pasir Panjang Park kicks off park co-creation programme

People living or working near the upcoming Pasir Panjang Park can now have a hand in its design and development. MND Minister Lawrence Wong met with more than 60 stakeholders consisting of residents, interest groups, companies and businesses…

Hydrocarbon contaminants removed from water tanks in Ang Mo Kio block

Trace amounts of hydrocarbons – the kind of compounds used in anti-mosquito oil – have been found in some residents’s tap points in Ang Mo Kio, PUB said on Fri. A resident living on the sixth floor of…

Fault on train from Kembangan towards Bedok MRT station on Friday; smoke and sparks seen

A train travelling on the East-West Line from Kembangan towards Bedok MRT station was disrupted on Fri night after it encountered a train fault. The incident happened around 9.50pm. Smoke and sparks were seen coming from under the…

The road to recycling could well be paved with plastic waste

Local construction company Samwoh has teamed up with researchers and students from SP to turn plastic waste into a material which can be used to build more durable road surfaces. Plastic waste in particular has been difficult to…

Condo parking saga: Resident given stern warning for verbal abuse

Mr Erramalli Ramesh, the man who was caught on a widely shared video verbally abusing a condominium security guard last Oct, has been issued a stern warning by the police for intentionally causing harassment. The incident triggered a…

After a chaotic first wave, does bike-sharing have a decent second shot in Singapore?

According to Gartner’s Hype Cycle concept, emerging technology innovations that attract lots of attention often fail to live up to their initial promise. A crash happens and eventually, a less hyped-up but more sustainable wave emerges. The bike-sharing…

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