Daily Archives: 2019-03-15

Massive crowds of commuters along the EWL due to track fault on Friday morning

Another train delay occurred this Friday morning (15 March), again along the East West Line (EWL), this time caused by a track fault at Clementi. Without any prior information (on Tweeter or Facebook posts), transport operator SMRT tweeted an ‘update’ at 5:59am that there was no train service between Jurong East and Queenstown due to a track fault at Clementi: …

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Six hidden costs of home renovation and how to avoid them

by ValueChampion Renovating can be an exciting project that can transform your home. To make sure that you can end up with a beautiful new design without breaking the bank, we’ve highlighted a few costs that are often overlooked by homeowners as they plan to renovate. Given the high cost of home renovations in Singapore, homeowners want to be sure that …

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Mothership highlights local entrepreneur’s plight with racial biasness in the industry but netizens question his credibility

Regardless of what kind of business you do or which career path you choose, your race shouldn’t determinate the quality of work your produce. However, according to an article published by Mothership on Thursday (14 March), that is not always the case in Singapore. The article talks about a Malay entrepreneur named Imran Md Ali who shared his real-life experience …

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Housewarming Season to be showcased at WILD RICE’s new theatre

WILD RICE announces its upcoming Housewarming Season, which offers audiences a sneak peek of the company’s new theatre at the Funan lifestyle complex ahead of its official opening in September 2019. The programme will feature sold-out smash-hits from the 2018 Singapore Theatre Festival, as well as a brand-new production by the rising talents of Young & WILD, WILD RICE’s award-winning …

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ICA: 6,000 of duty-unpaid cigarettes seized in Tuas

A total of 6,000 of duty-unpaid cigarettes were seized in Tuas on Monday (11 March) at about 1.30 pm. According to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), its officers conducted checks on a 40-footer container at a warehouse in Tuas which was earlier presented for clearance at the Pasir Panjang Scanning Station. The consignment was declared to contain ten “Game …

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Singapore can learn a thing or two from the Danish approach to education

We’ve all heard about the wonderful Scandinavian lifestyle – free and easy, relaxed, with a focus on community. Well, Singaporean mother Adrienne Goh who moved to Denmark in 2014 decided to share her experience of the Danish school system as experienced by her now 8-year old daughter. In an article on Sassy Mama SG, Adrienne said, “My daughter is 8 …

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