ANG WEI NENG

ANG WEI NENG

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  1. Jurong GRC MP Ang Wei Neng

    Jurong Central Plaza opens, replaces market destroyed in 2016 fire

  2. New Content Item

    ComfortDelGro appoints Ang Wei Neng as head of taxi business

  3. Bicycle parking spots 1

    Parking zones, more bicycle racks part of new bike-sharing pilot in Jurong

  4. Artist's impressions of proposed bicycle-sharing infrastructure in Jurong Lake District

    MOT relooking plans on bicycle-sharing: Ng Chee Meng

    This comes after the emergence of dockless bicycle-sharing systems such as those offered by Ofo and Obike, says the Second Minister for Transport.
  5. Singapore Parliament

    Budget 2017: 6 key themes from Day 2 of the debate in Parliament

    Helping workers, the rise of the gig economy and the water price hike were three of the six key themes that came out of the second day of ...
  6. New Content Item

    US withdrawal from TPP need not be death knell to free trade: MTI

    Singapore is actively engaged in other regional integration initiatives such as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and the ASEAN ...
  7. Tony Tan Parliament

    Parliament to discuss driving against traffic, TPP on Feb 6

    A bill to amend the Presidential Elections Act will also be debated. The proposed changes include setting up a committee to certify the ...
  8. Cabby

    Putting the brakes on abuse: How can taxi and bus drivers work safely?

    While cases of physical violence are generally isolated in Singapore, cabbies and bus captains say they are experiencing verbal abuse more often.
  9. Jurong West temporary market

    2-storey complex to replace fire-ravaged Jurong West market

    The first floor of the new complex will be about the same size as the previous market and eating house while the second storey will have social ...
  10. stand up for our hawkers - mr and mrs chun

    Crowdfunding campaign set up for stallholders affected by Jurong West blaze

    Called Stand Up for our Hawkers, the man behind the initiative hopes to raise at least S$100,000 to help the 22 cooked food stall owners get back ...