Daily Archives: 2016-11-03

Authorities call telcos to turn off mobile services in CCL

Telcos have been instructed by the authorities to turn off mobile services until 10.30pm within the Circle Line in what is likely an attempt to pinpoint to exact cause of the recurring intermittent signal fault that has been ploughing the network. Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT ) and Land Transport Authority (LTA) have just announced on Wednesday (2 November) that their …

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Delay on CCL due to intermittent signal interference

Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT) has asked commuters to expect for service delays on its CIrcle Line (CCL) due to intermittent signal interference during afternoon rush hour today (3 November). It also said that for safety, CCL trains are manned this evening. Land Transport Authority (LTA) and SMRT have just announced on Wednesday (2 November) that their preliminary investigations into …

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Domestic worker claims MOM offered thousands a month for her to be witness

Elfrida Julia Bani, a domestic worker from Waitabula, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia, finally got her passport back on 27 October, after months of requesting for it to be returned and 26 days of desperate plea with the Ministry of Manpower. Elfrida had requested to go home to her hometown since August when his grandfather passed away and was denied. However, when …

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Be Fair and Transparent, Singapore Environment Council

By Chris Soh Three weeks after he was suspended from duties, it has somewhat become slightly clearer why the Executive Director of the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) Edwin Seah was suspended from duties. According to the report in TODAY, it had to do with how he planned proceedings for the annual Asian Environmental Journalism Awards which was successfully held on …

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