Martha Soezean

Parliamentary questions for 3 September 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, 3 September 2019, for the 110th session of the 13th Parliament. *35 oral questions and 12 written question had been scheduled to be asked. Four Government Bills will be read for the 2nd time: Resource Sustainability Bill [Bill No. 20/2019] – (Minister for the Environment and Water Resources) – Second …

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Parliamentary questions for 2 September 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 12:30pm on Monday, 2 September 2019, for the 109th session of the 13th Parliament. *71 oral questions and 35 written question had been scheduled to be asked. At the commencement of Public Business, 2 Government Bills will be introduced: Maintenance of Religious Harmony (Amendment) Bill. – (Minister for Home Affairs). Income Tax (Amendment) Bill. …

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The first train delay in August along EWL on Wednesday morning

Train commuters travelling on the East West Line (EWL) experienced some delay this Wednesday (14 Aug) morning; passengers shared that the cause of the delay was announced as a track fault while SMRT did not give official information on its media platforms. Information were posted on TATA SMRT Facebook platform by the commuters: Tommy Soon wrote at 7:43am: “Alan Charles …

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Parliamentary questions for 6 August 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, 6 August 2019, for the 108th session of the 13th Parliament. *28 oral questions and 11 written question had been scheduled to be asked. At the commencement of Public Business, a Government Bill will be introduced: CareShield Life and Long-Term Care Bill – (Minister for Health) – (President’s recommendation signified). …

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Parliamentary questions for 5 August 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 12:00 noon on Monday, 5 August 2019, for the 107th session of the 13th Parliament. *80 oral questions and 29 written questions had been scheduled to be asked. There will be a ministrial statement from Senior Minister of State for Transport (on behalf of the Minister for Transport): Personal Mobility Devices. At the commencement …

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Train service delay along the North East Line on Friday morning

Passengers traveling on the North East Line (NEL) trains on Friday (19 July) morning, experienced delays in their commute. SBS Transit (SBST), the transport operator of the NEL train service, informed in a tweet that it was caused by a track fault at the Harbour Front Station. Commuters posted their information and comments on TATA SMRT Facebook about the delay: …

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Another short train delay along the NSL on Thursday evening

The passengers onboard the North South Line (NSL) train again experienced a short delay on Thursday (11 July) evening, due to a track fault. This is the second incident this week and was informed by some commuters on TATA SMRT Facebook; SMRT again did not give any information about this disruption on its social media platforms. Mary Lee wrote at …

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Short train disruption along the NSL on Monday late afternoon

Due to a track fault near Yew Tee a short train delay occurred for the commuters along the North South Line on Monday (8 July) late afternoon. SMRT did not inform about this fault on its social media platforms. On TATA SMRT Facebook platform several posts, some from passengers, informed about the NSL delay: Nurafian Zulkifli wrote at 5:15pm: “Track …

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Parliamentary questions for 8 July 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 1:30pm on Monday, 8 July 2019, for the 106th session of the 13th Parliament. *79 oral questions and 40 written question have been scheduled to be asked. At the commencement of Public Business, 4 Government Bills will be introduced: Point-to-Point Passenger Transport Industry Bill – (Minister for Transport). Home Team Science and Technology Agency …

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The Necessary Stage’s The Orange Production returns with two reflective works – We Were So Hopeful then & Acting Mad

The Necessary Stage’s (TNS) developmental platform, The Orange Production, is back this year for a second instalment. For 2019, two brand new full-length works will be featured: We Were So Hopeful Then, written by up-and-coming theatre practitioner Ellison Tan Yuyang and directed by Alvin Tan, and Acting Mad, with text by Haresh Sharmaand recent School of the Arts graduates Harris …

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