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Martha Soezean

Train delay along the NSL on Wednesday morning caused by train fault

Passengers along the North South Line (NSL) experienced delay on Wednesday (12 June) morning due to a train fault at Yishun, according to commuters’ posts on TATA SMRT Facebook platform. The NSL train operator SMRT did not publish officially on its social media platforms about this incident. Commuters have posted their information and comments on the TATA SMRT Facebook since …

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Friday morning train delay along the NSL due to power fault

A train delay occurred this Friday (7 June) morning along the North South Line. According to a commuters’ post on TATA SMRT Facebook,, it was said to be due to a power failure between Braddell station and Novena station. There was no official information given by SMRT on its social media platforms, but station announcements said the travel time would …

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A short train delay along the North South Line on Friday morning

The train service along the North South Line (NSL) experienced a short delay around 8am this Friday morning (31 May). Transport operator SMRT did not inform about this disruption via social media but according to commuters, it was said to have been caused by a track fault at Ang Mo Kio, which caused delays in the Southbound service towards Marina …

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Train delays along NSL and CCL on Sunday morning due to power faults

Train service was disrupted on Sunday morning (26 May), twice along the North South Line (NSL), and once along the Circle Line (CCL). According to the transport operator, SMRT, the disruptions were caused by power faults. The first train delay occurred for about an hour from 6:39am to 7:23am along the NSL due to a power failure: [NSL]: Due to …

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Train disruption along the Circle Line on Wednesday noon

There was a train service delay along the Circle Line (CCL) occurred around noon on Wednesday (22 May); according to SMRT it was due to a train fault. Not many commuters commented on the social media platforms, only Jabez Zheng tweeted at 11:52am that the train between Ang Mo Kio and Woodlands was super slow: @SMRT_Singapore train between amk and …

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Train disruption on Tuesday morning along the NSL

A train disruption occurred along the North South Line (NSL) this Tuesday (14 May) morning due to a track point failure, according to SMRT. Commuters started to tweet their complaints at 10:18am: @smrt can you stop fucking up the tracks — Brian Low (@bryeun_lou) May 14, 2019 Thought i was gna be early for work thanks smrt now i’m late😀 …

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Train delay along CCL on Thursday evening, affecting NSL

A train service disruption occurred on Thursday early evening along the Circle Line (CCL) due to a train fault; According to commuters, this also seemed to have affected the train service along the North South Line (NSL). Passengers started to post information about the CCL train delay on TATA SMRT Facebook platform at 5:25pm: Simon Foo wrote at 5:25pm: “9 …

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Parliamentary questions for 6 May 2019

The Singapore Parliament will sit at 12:30pm on Monday, 6 May 2019, for the 103rd session of the 13th Parliament. *66 oral questions and 34 written question had been scheduled to be asked. There will be a Ministrial Statement from Minister for Defence: Findings and Follow-up actions on National Service Training Death. At the commencement of Public Business, one Government …

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Decolonise your mind with The Necessary Stage’s ‘Civilised’

The buzz generated by the Singapore Bicentennial 2019 has ignited curiosity and much re-evaluation about Singapore’s long and rich history. Yet what does (de)colonisation truly mean, and can we ever be free from its fetters? The Necessary Stage’s (TNS) ground-breaking and audacious new production, Civilised, challenges us to examine the complexities of colonialism and colonisation—not only of the past, but …

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Train delay along EWL on Wednesday afternoon

A train disruption occurred on Wednesday (10 Apr) evening along the East West Line (EWL). A passenger tweeted that it was caused by a track fault but another passenger commented on TATA SMRT Facebook that it was due to a Platform Screen Door (PSD) fault at Jurong East; no official announcement was given by the SMRT. Passengers’ tweets started since …

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