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Walk on wild side in Kranji Marshes

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Singapore restaurant ‘hires’ robot waiters

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Delay on EWL due to signalling fault

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Litterbugs caught in 2015 hit 6-year high

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Couples, lower income to get help to buy flats

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Number of cars in S’pore slows down to 5-year low

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Nicoll Drive raised to counter flooding risk

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More elderly take to mobility scooters

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Higher fines for disabled parking offenders

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$110m Chinese cultural centre ready in Nov

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Loansharks target childcare centre

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Bukit Timah schools get DTL2 boost

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Get fit at new Bedok mixed business park

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Court denies man’s claim to son’s share of condo

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Tunnel projects to use ‘Lego-style’ methods

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Changi goes all out to please travellers

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Study: Rich in Singapore prefer in-store shopping

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Most wanted: Bidadari BTO 5-room flats

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New institute for top young athletes here to be set up

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Expect to pay a premium for Bidadari’s BTO flats

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Errant cyclists in Woodlands Crescent caught on camera

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Apple Store in S’pore may edge resellers out

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Church building $50m arts centre

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StarHub has world’s fastest 4G LTE network

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Toa Payoh resale flat fetches $955k

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Higher fees for school care centres?

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CCTV cams slash illegal parking cases

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Boy hurt after tree crashes into flat

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Soldiers may help manage crowds in rail disruptions

Walk on wild side in Kranji Marshes

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Even in built-up Singapore, there are places where nature and wildlife thrive. The newly opened Kranji Marshes, for instance, are home to 54 species of butterflies, 33 species of dragonflies and more than 170 species of birds including…

Singapore restaurant ‘hires’ robot waiters

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A new seafood restaurant at East Coast Park is believed to be the first here to use robot waiters to serve food to customers. Rong Heng Seafood Restaurant, which opened last Mon, uses robots to meet some of…

Delay on EWL due to signalling fault

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Rush-hour commuters in the west had their journeys disrupted yesterday morning when a west-bound train on the EWL encountered a fault. In a tweet at 8.03am, rail operator SMRT said commuters could expect an extra travelling time of…

Litterbugs caught in 2015 hit 6-year high

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The number of people caught littering hit a six-year high last year. More than 26,000 fines were issued by NEA, the highest number since 2009, when just over 41,000 were given out. NEA told ST that most litterbugs…

Couples, lower income to get help to buy flats

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Having met demand for HDB flats, HDB will now make sure young couples and the lower-income get the help they need to own their homes. The elderly, too, will get help moving to smaller homes as well as…

Number of cars in S’pore slows down to 5-year low

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Singapore’s car population has shrunk to a five-year low, reversing an almost unbroken growth trend over the past decade. If the cohort of rental cars which has ballooned on the back of demand from app-based taxi services such…

Nicoll Drive raised to counter flooding risk

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Nicoll Drive, which hugs the eastern shoreline next to Changi Beach, is being raised in anticipation of rising sea levels triggered by global warming. The road-raising project which elevates the 1km, two-lane dual carriage by up to 80cm,…

More elderly take to mobility scooters

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Sales of mobility scooters have picked up pace here, with one retailer saying its sales have doubled in a year and another estimating that there are now “tens of thousands” of such devices in use. Retailers whom My…

Higher fines for disabled parking offenders

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Drivers caught misusing parking spaces for the disabled in public carparks now get heftier fines. Fines for first-timers have been quadrupled from $50 to $200 since Dec, with the authorities saying that they are monitoring the situation and…

$110m Chinese cultural centre ready in Nov

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The $110-million, 11-storey Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre has risen in Shenton Way. Located beside the Singapore Conference Hall, the centre’s structure has been completed following 15 months of construction. When it is ready in Nov, it will boast…

Loansharks target childcare centre

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In what seems to be a case of harassment by loansharks, a childcare centre in Tanjong Pagar was splashed with red paint yesterday. Preschool manager Sun Meiyun told Chinese newspaper Shin Min Daily News in a report yesterday…

Bukit Timah schools get DTL2 boost

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The opening of the new DTL2 has eased morning congestion outside the schools in the area. MGS and ACS (Barker Road) said there was a let-up in the long queues that usually form outside their schools, causing a…

Get fit at new Bedok mixed business park

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Buy a piece of sports equipment and then sweat it out exercising, all under one roof? That is a fitness allure thrown up by the revamp of Chai Chee Technopark, two bus stops from Bedok MRT station which…

Court denies man’s claim to son’s share of condo

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The High Court has rejected a bid by a 76-year-old newspaper vendor who wanted to retrieve a half-share of a $1.25 million condominium unit he gave his son, unconvinced by his claim he had merely given it to…

Tunnel projects to use ‘Lego-style’ methods

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Tunnelling projects for MRT lines and expressways may become quieter and be completed in a shorter time in future, as their designers will soon be required to make them easier to build. BCA said yesterday that it will…

Changi goes all out to please travellers

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Changi Airport has 880 mobile phone charging stations, 23 hot water dispensers and water coolers in every gatehold room. The amenities are there because travellers have asked for them, said Changi Airport Group’s executive VP (airport management) Tan…

Study: Rich in Singapore prefer in-store shopping

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The rich in Singapore research luxury items online but prefer to buy from a physical store. They buy for design, quality and exclusivity and plan to travel more next year, although 40 per cent of their discretionary spending…

Most wanted: Bidadari BTO 5-room flats

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Within hours of yesterday’s sales exercise kicking off, there were more applicants for five-room flats in the new Bidadari estate than units available. As of 5pm, there were 259 applicants chasing 151 units, making them the most sought-after…

New institute for top young athletes here to be set up

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A new National Youth Sports Institute (NYSI) will be started, together with the introduction of initiatives and enhancements at the Singapore Sports School (SSP) in a bid to strengthen the local youth sporting excellence system in Singapore. MCCY…

Expect to pay a premium for Bidadari’s BTO flats

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The first HDB projects in Bidadari, which will be launched this month, will feature lush greenery and social spaces, in line with the area’s vision of being “a community in a garden”. Residents of the 2,139 flats in…

Errant cyclists in Woodlands Crescent caught on camera

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Driving to work in the morning often feels like steering through an obstacle course for Kenneth Xie. Cyclists riding in groups, beating red lights or going against the flow of traffic are a part of the daily grind…

Apple Store in S’pore may edge resellers out

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The entry of a full-fledged Apple Store here may edge out authorised premium resellers, especially those in the Orchard Road area where the new store may eventually be located. Currently, customers who buy Apple products, such as MacBooks,…

Church building $50m arts centre

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An Arts venue being built by the Faith Community Baptist Church (FCBC) will open in Bukit Merah Central early next year. Costing about $50 million, the nine-storey building will house facilities similar to those in major performance venues…

Pasir Ris 4-room DBSS flat ‘too small’ for family of 7

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A woman who bought a four-room DBSS flat at Pasir Ris said she was appalled to find the completed unit too small to accommodate her household of seven, reported Shin Min Daily News yesterday. “I planned to occupy…

StarHub has world’s fastest 4G LTE network

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Do you have a mobile data line with StarHub? If so, congratulations, because you are currently enjoying the world’s fastest 4G LTE network offered by a telco. This is based on collated survey results from LTE network users…

Toa Payoh resale flat fetches $955k

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A 14-year-old five-room HDB resale flat in Toa Payoh was recently sold for $955,000, a figure comparable to the high resale prices of units at the popular The Pinnacle@Duxton. This transaction stood out for another reason: It happened…

Higher fees for school care centres?

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After-school care services in primary schools are safer, cheaper and more in tune with the school curriculum than care centres outside schools, but parents will likely have to pay more for them. School-based centres, run by voluntary welfare…

CCTV cams slash illegal parking cases

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CCTV cameras have helped cut down cases of illegal parking by as much as 90 per cent. Both motorists and bus operators have noticed improved traffic flow at spots previously hampered by illegally parked vehicles. The first parking…

Boy hurt after tree crashes into flat

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An 11-year-old boy was taken to the hospital on Sun, after a tree uprooted and fell on a HDB blk in Pasir Ris. The incident took place around 6pm at Blk 243 in Pasir Ris St 21. The…

Soldiers may help manage crowds in rail disruptions

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Soldiers will be roped in as marshals to give directions to stricken commuters in the event of a massive train breakdown, ST has learnt. LTA, which is beefing up its contingency plans, has approached SAF to explore deploying…

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