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  1. cnb 11-day operation

    Nearly 100 drug suspects arrested during 11-day operation

    Drugs worth more than S$39,000 were seized.
  2. Free-ranging chickens

    Chickens in Pasir Ris culled to better manage bird flu risk: MND

    Following feedback from residents on the presence of significant numbers of free-roaming chickens in Sungei Api Api, AVA did a check and found ...
  3. SMRT delay E-W line

    Power fault causes rush-hour delay on East-West Line

    SMRT initially said commuters can expect an additional 40 minutes' travelling time from Pasir Ris to Paya Lebar due to a power fault near Tanah Merah.
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    SMRT failed to ensure safety procedures were properly audited, documented: MOM

    Non-compliance in procedures had been taking place as early as 2002, says the Ministry of Manpower.
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    SMRT fined S$400,000 for safety lapses leading to fatal accident near Pasir Ris station

    Trainees Nasrulhudin Majumudin, 26, and Muhammad Asyraf Ahmad Buhari, 24, were hit and killed by an oncoming train between Tampines MRT station ...
  6. pasir ris boar 2

    Wild boar feedback more than quadruples in last 2 years

    In 2016, Singapore’s veterinary authority received 140 pieces of feedback about the animals and euthanised 21 of them as a result.
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    NSF pronounced dead at Pasir Ris camp

    A Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Full-time National Serviceman was pronounced dead by Singapore Civil Defence Force paramedics at 11.32 on Saturday ...
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    SMRT's East-West Line suffers 3 faults in less than 24 hours

    All three faults are unrelated, says SMRT.
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    Singtel says fibre broadband service fully restored; mobile data fee waived

    Singtel said it is taking steps to review their processes to prevent a recurrence of a fibre broadband service outage.
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    SMRT, director among those charged over fatal train accident

    SMRT Trains Ltd was charged under Section 12 of the Workplace Safety and Health Act, while its director, Teo Wee Kiat, was also charged over the ...