Daily Archives: November 23, 2021 (35 Articles Found)

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Oh rats! Rodents seen scurrying around Toa Payoh block

While netizens described them as ‘chonky’, the rodents spotted at Toa Payoh Central appear to be a growing concern among residents. On Nov 21, FB user Brandon YS uploaded a 23-second video showing rodents scampering about the rubbish…

Getting promised support for small business an uphill battle

The past two years have been a baptism of fire for small and medium-sized enterprises in Singapore. Lockdowns, heightened alerts and restrictions have all had adverse impacts on businesses. There is a great deal of gratitude for government…

Bus lanes often underutilised

I think it is time LTA reviews the use of bus lanes during the morning and evening peak hours. I understand the desire for traffic on bus lanes to flow smoothly so that public buses can keep to…

Playing loud music? Spare a thought for fellow commuters

Recently, I had the unpleasant experience of listening to loud music, albeit unwillingly, on public transport. On a bus ride home, I was rudely disturbed by a middle-aged man playing his games at full volume. As it was…

Buzz returns as hawker centres, coffee shops open to groups of 5 from different households

Hawkers and coffee shop stall owners saw the buzz return to their venues on Tues morning, as patrons from different households were once again allowed to dine in groups of up to five. As part of the initial…

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