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Worms founds in water supply at Ang Mo Kio

A worm was found in water at Block 472, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10. A resident told Shin Min Daily News that her maid had seen a worm in the water that came out of the tap when she was washing a child’s milk bottle earlier this month on 6th December. The maid then told the Chinese newspaper that she thought …

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Singapore netizens sense ulterior motive to Malaysia’s ban of fish export in Jan-Feb 2019 though ban extends to all trade partners

The Malaysia government has announced that they will be seizing the export of four species of wild-caught fish and shrimp in order to cater for the inevitable shortage in the local market during the monsoon and festive seasons. Malaysian Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Salahuddin Ayub said on Monday at that mackerel (kembung), trevally (selar), Indian mackerel (pelaling), and pomfret …

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Netizen ask what to do with crane height when new height limits take effect due to implementation of Seletar Airport’s ILS

There’s been plenty of debate these past couple of weeks about the airspace issue between Singapore and Malaysia. Singapore’s Seletar Airport started using the Instrument Landing System (ILS) for plans approaching from the north over Malaysian airspace. Since Singapore’s Selatar Airport is only about 2km from Malaysia’s Pasir Gudang, the systems strict height restrictions within the flight path area – …

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Lack of open counters at Tuas and Woodlands checkpoints causes massive jams

Last weekend, a traffic nightmare came to life for travellers heading out of Singapore at both the Tuas and Woodlands Checkpoints on Friday evening and Saturday, 14th and 15th December. Several people complained to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of a terrible jam and long queues and to get across to Johor that lasted for hours. One passenger told …

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Singapore Herald banned by IMDA for refusing to remove objectionable articles

The Infocomm and Media Development Authority (IMDA) has blocked independent news site, Singapore Herald, for failing to comply with their order to remove several ‘objectionable’ articles. According to an article on Singapore Herald, the IMDA had issued the ban on the site for failing to remove 8 articles that ‘contain serious and egregious misrepresentations of Singapore’s position in the ongoing …

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