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SINGAPORE: Commuters heading to the Tuas area on Monday (Nov 20) experienced longer travel times of about 20 minutes following the suspension of train service between Joo Koon and Gul Circle MRT stations. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: The woman who was hit by a bus in Sengkang on Friday (Nov 17) afternoon has died in hospital. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: A 38-year-old woman was taken unconscious to the hospital after she was hit by a bus in Sengkang on Friday (Nov 17) afternoon. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: Train services between Chinatown and Little India stations on the North-East Line (NEL) were not available during peak hour on Thursday evening (Nov 16), after a train fault at Clarke Quay station disrupted travel. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: Train service on the North-East Line was delayed on Thursday evening (Nov 16) due to a train fault at Clarke Quay station towards Punggol. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: Strong winds amid a thunderstorm toppled a large tree along Geylang East Central on Tuesday morning (Nov 14), causing bus services to be diverted. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: A large tree fell along Geylang East Central on Tuesday morning (Nov 14), causing an obstruction along the road. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: A fallen tree at Dunearn Road caused a section of the road to be closed on Friday (Nov 10) night. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: SBS Transit said on Thursday (Nov 9) that its third-quarter net profit rose 42.1 per cent to S$11.1 million from the same period last year, bolstered mainly by the transition to the Bus Contracting Model. (1-0)
A student, seen reflected in a bus window, sleeps on board a bus, during a traffic jam along the Causeway, en route from Johor Bahru to Singapore in the morning on October 25, 2017. — TODAY picSINGAPORE, Nov 5 — Eight years ago, it was a no brainer for the parents of 15-year-old Danson (not his real name) to send him to a primary school in Singapore. They wanted him to be taught in English, and an international school in Johor would cost at least twice as much. (1-0)
SINGAPORE: Urgent pipe repair works were underway along Upper Serangoon road towards Sengkang and Hougang after Braddell on Monday (Oct 30) morning, said Singapore's national water agency PUB. (1-2)
This is the shocking moment a bus drives over a group of motorcyclists waiting patiently at a red light in Singapore.
In Singapore, it’s expensive to own a car, and public transport is often one of a few options people have if they want to get to work on time.
Thank you, welcome to ST Engineering Group 1Q 2017 Results Release. The group came in with comparable revenue in PBT in 1Q, 2017. As the group, the revenue $1.539 billion is about $88 million or 5% lower compared to 1Q, 2016 that's comparable. However, EBIT interest 20% despite lower revenue by about $19.5 million to $116.7 million. Unfortunately we have found unfavorable variance on the other income, later I'll give the details, $10 million lower shortfall of 47% and the finance cost positive $6 million that brings us to the PBT of $137 million representing $6.
If successful, the deal will see SMRT, the third largest cab operator with a fleet of 3,400 taxis, exiting the business it has been in for 27 years.
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