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Dine-in suspended at Bishan Junction 8 foodcourt till Dec 13 after diners flout Covid-19 rules

Patrons of Bishan Junction 8 mall will not be able to dine at its Food Junction foodcourt until next Tues. The dine-in option for the foodcourt was suspended for 10 days from Sat after multiple instances of patrons…

Happy Fish Swim School fined S$6,500 for discarding chlorine powder into sewers

A swim school in Jurong East has been fined S$6,500 for illegally discarding chlorine powder into public sewers, PUB said on Mon. On Mar 5, an employee of Happy Fish Swim School dumped about 45kg of calcium hypochlorite…

Few cyclists follow rules at pedestrian-only zone

The stretch of walkway from Blk 206 to Blk 209 Bedok Central is designated as a pedestrian-only zone. It is one of the best amenities available to Bedok residents. With cycling prohibited in the zone, pedestrians can move…

Scolds town council staff, retrieves thrown items: Elderly resident clutters Woodlands corridor for a year

An elderly man has been cluttering a common corridor in Woodlands with heaps of items, much to the chagrin of other residents. Stomp contributor Leon shared photos of the situation on the 13th floor of Blk 785A Woodlands…

Common space treated as own backyard

I share some common space with my neighbour which is the only passage to my home. My neighbour has used the space to hang laundry and store shelves, boxes and other personal items. I raised this issue with…

Perilous peacock that mauled Singapore toddler now caged: AVS

Animal authorities seem to be taking the case of a problematic neighborhood peacock seriously after other victims came forward with their own traumatic experiences. AVS told Coconuts last night that the pet peacock that left a 3-year-old needing…

Woman plucks Tampines resident’s plants, spits at his doorstep, dumps rubbish at corridor

Life can be unbearable if you have to put up with nightmarish neighbours. Muhammad, a resident at Blk 522C Tampines Central 7, has been feeling troubled by his neighbour ever since she moved in a year ago. He…

Suspicious package at Temasek Polytechnic sparks bomb scare

While patroling TP’s campus on Wed evening, a security guard chanced upon a mysterious package in an empty auditorium. Thinking it might be a bomb, he called SPF for help. According to Shin Min Daily News, witnesses saw…

Fire breaks out at Braddell View block, about 50 people evacuated

A fire broke out at a block in a private residential estate in Braddell on Fri evening, prompting the evacuation of about 50 residents. SCDF said it was alerted to the fire at Blk 10C Braddell Hill, Braddell…

Property agent fined $5,000 for holding transaction monies

A property agent was fined $5,000 on Wed for holding transaction monies on behalf of a developer for the acquisition of a condominium unit. This comes after Charles Tan Chun Peng, a property agent with PropNex, pleaded guilty…

Cleaner spat at supervisor who asked him to sanitise MRT area

A cleaner refused to comply with his supervisor’s instructions to sanitise areas within MRT every two hours and instead spat at the supervisor’s face. Kang Poh Kim, 70, was jailed for two weeks on Thurs after he pleaded…

Man returning from Batam disregarded stay-home notice and went to work, gets jail

A Singaporean man who returned from Batam in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic last year initially refused to a sign a SHN form, claiming he was not required to serve one. He finally accepted that he…

Birds sold in mostly illegal online trade in Singapore may be smuggled, poached: Report

A report by a NGO involved in the fight against the illegal wildlife trade has found that online sellers of live birds in 44 Singapore-based FB groups from Dec 2018 to Ap 2019 were mostly unlicensed and therefore…

Woman horrified by cockroaches crawling out of Starbucks drinks machine at Bukit Batok CSC

A woman was horrified after she saw baby cockroaches crawling out of a Starbucks self-service kiosk at the Bukit Batok Civil Service Club. “I visited the Civil Service Club on Nov 20 and came across the Starbucks self-service…

Pet peacocks are allowed but must be kept securely, says NParks after girl was attacked

Peacocks can be kept as pets in Singapore, but there are rules that owners must abide by. Responding to queries by ST following a pet peacock attack on a three-year-old girl in Serangoon Garden, NParks said on Thurs…

Girl, 3, attacked by pet peacock in Serangoon Garden

A three-year-old girl was badly cut on her face after she was attacked by a pet peacock in Serangoon Garden on Sun. The girl was on her way home from a playground at Haus Park, in Serangoon Garden,…

Firm fined S$17,000 for unauthorised drainage works that caused Pasir Ris flooding; project boss fined S$7,500

Samwoh Corp and its project manager have been fined for unauthorised drainage works that led to flooding at a Pasir Ris traffic junction on Aug 20 this year. On Tues Samwoh was fined S$17,000 after it was convicted…

Man, 62, jailed after illegally entering SAF training area, giving warrant officer who caught him 3 different excuses

After he was caught trespassing into a protected military area in Lim Chu Kang, a man kept giving different reasons for being there. First, Cheng Lee Meng claimed to be doing work within the location, then he said…

Fire breaks out at North Bridge Road seafood restaurant, blaze involved kitchen exhaust duct

About 20 people self-evacuated from a restaurant at 812 North Bridge Road on Mon night, said SCDF. It told ST it was alerted to the incident at about 8.45pm. A check by ST showed Nan Hua Chang Fish-Head…

Man arrested for allegedly starting fires in Serangoon area

A 48-year-old man who allegedly started fires in two housing estates was arrested by SPF early on Mon morning. The police said that they received calls alerting them to a fire in Bendemeer Road, near Serangoon, on Sun…

4 people, including two children, taken to hospital following PMD fire in Sembawang

Two children, believed to be under the age of five, were taken to hospital following a fire that broke out in the wee hours of Sun morning. Early investigations into the cause of the fire indicate that it…

Man linked to housing loan scam still at large after warrant of arrest issued in October

A man linked to a housing loan scam who had a warrant of arrest issued against him last month is still at large, a district court heard on Mon. Odd job worker Saiful Azri Ali Amat, now 36,…

Man rains punches on older commuter over loud music on MRT train

A man attacked an older commuter for allegedly playing music too loudly on an MRT train near Ang Mo Kio station. Footage of the incident was posted on @sgfollowsall’s IG and Beh Chia Lor – Singapore Road’s FB…

Endangered sea turtle trapped in gill net rescued by paddlers

A Hawksbill sea turtle was rescued by a group of paddlers on Nov 25. Several stand-up paddle boarders from Constant Wind Sports and Sailing School spotted the endangered reptile off East Coast which was entangled in a discarded…

‘My baby wants to sleep, how?’ Sunday renovations in HDB flat have man knocking on neighbour’s door

Putting up with the noise from a neighbour’s renovation works is part of the deal when living in close quarters. While most people can get some reprieve during the weekends, a man had to confront a couple of…

Fines for illegal discharge of liquid waste not enough of a deterrence

Waste mgmt company NSL Oilchem Logistics was fined $17,000 last month for the illegal discharge of liquid waste into public sewers on two occasions. It was fined $12,200 in 2018 for a similar offence. PUB said such acts…

It’s a religious ceremony and not a curse, says couple who set up ‘creepy’ altar under neighbour’s window in Ang Mo Kio

A makeshift ‘altar’ on which two effigies are placed together with a small coffin and joss sticks, bound together by a strip of yellow paper. Beside it are a pair of fruits with iron nails driven through their…

Man with acute respiratory infection pleads guilty to leaving home against doctor’s orders to get tattooed

Although he was issued with a MC for acute upper respiratory tract infection and was required to undergo a Covid-19 swab test, Tan Fu Yu ignored his doctor’s orders and went to get himself tattooed instead. On Fri,…

Guests at 14-person birthday party in Tagore Lane fined for flouting Covid-19 rules

A group of 14 Singaporeans turned up on July 17 for a birthday party at an industrial unit in Tagore Lane, at a time when only five people could socialise as a group amid Covid-19 curbs. Without masks,…

5 residents suffer smoke inhalation after fire breaks out in Hougang flat kitchen

Five people were taken to hospital for smoke inhalation after a fire broke out in a second-storey flat in Hougang on Wed. SCDF said in a FB post on Wed night that it was alerted to the fire…

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