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  1. Taking a short break with the missus to see autumn leaves in US and Canada. We usually do this autumn leave thing in Japan but this time we thought we’d travel farther. Journey obviously started in Bangkok. Then we catch a direct flight from Singapore to New York, yes our journey shall start from New York City. The flight is expected to take 18 hours but this is a very comfortable aircraft an Airbus 350-900. Seats are super wide Lots of legroom Lots of storage too Will sign in again when arrive
  2. Today for whatever reasons, I removed my Green Serena Air Freshner from my car and put in 90 cents worth of pandan leaves and I can assure you, my car smells heavenly..macham like having pandan cake in the interior reminds me of the old days when I used to travel in Taxis before I got my ride...ahhh...nostalgia
  3. Carrefour leaves Singapore, Suntec City & Plaza Sing stores to shutHypermarket Carrefour will be exiting Singapore after the global retailer announced on Tuesday that it will shut its two stores located at Suntec City and Plaza Singapura before the end of the year. Its spokesman said in a statement that the decision was made because expansion and growth prospects of the company do not allow it reach a leadership position. In Singapore, Carrefour's main competitors are supermarket chain NTUC FairPrice and the Dairy Farm Group of supermarkets. The closure wil
  4. Think it's almost like autumn, and many leaves are brown and falling all round you? You are not quite wrong, you know, for Singapore's persistently dry weather has led to more dry, fallen leaves filling streets, pavements and drains, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Thursday. Twenty-five per cent more dry leaves were swept from the streets in February, compared with December 2013. In January, 15 per cent more had to be cleared, it said. The dry spell "has led to heavy leaf shedding and an accumulation of leaves in some public areas", said an NEA spokesman. Leaf litter weig
  5. Four vehicles were involved in an accident on Sunday night, which left two people injured. A car driver in his 60s has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving. The Straits Times understands the driver had failed to stop in time at a red light, at the junction of Upper Thomson Road and Sin Ming Avenue. His car crashed into a taxi, which then collided into a van and another car. The taxi came to a halt on the second car's bonnet. The cabby suffered facial injuries, and also complained of back and chest pains. He was sent to Tan Tock Seng Hospital for treatment. Another person also
  6. Kids nowadays. Eat happy meal also must fight. Check out the knife Three men were attacked by four others near Tampines West Community Club this morning (Mar 22) at 6.20am, who then fled the scene and left behind a bloody knife and a 200 metre-long trail of blood. According to a report in Shin Min Daily, the incident occurred at a fast food restaurant near the community club at Avenue 3, Street 81. A 64-year-old retiree said he saw around 10 men in their 20s outside the restaurant at 5am. An hour later, he saw three men lying in a pool of blood when cycling past Block 8
  7. Source: AsiaOne Photos: The New Paper, Lianhe Wanbao, Patrick Loh A lorry driver crashed into railings, a traffic light, three vehicles and a road sign at Choa Chu Kang Way, before assaulting an SMRT bus driver who had honked at his stalled vehicle which was blocking traffic on Monday (Oct 22). The mayhem began Monday morning, after the 53-year-old male driver apparently lost control of his lorry and veered left onto the pedestrian pavement at Choa Chu Kang West flyover and knocked down part of the railings, witnesses said. Then, as it moved along the pavement, it knocke
  8. Five people were injured in an accident on Sunday morning. The accident, which involved a taxi and a cargo van, happened at Airport Boulevard, near the Budget Terminal. The Singapore Civil Defence Force said they received a call about the accident just after 4am. Three of the injured were passengers in the taxi. Two were from the cargo van. SCDF said a 55-year-old man is suspected to have a spinal injury. The injured have been sent to Changi General Hospital. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1224915/1/.html
  9. I was removing a scratch on my car door using scratch remover of the brand M.. After applying and using an applicator pad, I found it left a circular stain on my black paint. How could I rectify this problem? Send it to groomer to handle? Thanks in advance.
  10. Any one knows where I can buy loose green tea leaves? I don't want the bags type
  11. These few days...don't know road sweepers never sweep the street or weather too dry until the trees shed leaves. One more thing I noticed....the traffic lights timing seems to have being adjusted this week. Causing me to stop at more traffic lights, and Lengthen my usual traveling time.
  12. Hi All Can anyone recommend me a place that I can buy nice chinese Tea leave...like a small container/box approx. $30 to $40 dollars, i guess those big supermarkets do not sell this kind of quality. Thanks in advance
  13. http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg...rom_impact.html Wow any bro seen this? Can't tell the car model from the pic. Hope the driver is ok.
  14. another hit and run driver haiz but never release details... SINGAPORE : Police have arrested the 54
  15. Thief leaves trail to own home Wed, Mar 04, 2009 The Star/Asia News Network MUAR, MALAYSIA - A thief left a trail of black oil that leaked from two generators that he stole from a farm to his house about a kilometre away near Bukit Bakri. Farm owner Chia Kok Guan, who found his generators missing on Sunday morning, asked his workers about the machines. His Indonesian workers told him that they heard a vehicle entering the farm at about 2am on Sunday but did not know what had been stolen. The workers were shocked when told that two generators were missing
  16. http://www.straitstimes.com/Breaking%2BNew...ory_280206.html Home > Breaking News > Courts and Crime > Story Sep 19, 2008 3 murdered in Yishun flat Another woman was critically injured. A man has been arrested. By Carolyn Quek Police received a call at about 12.50am from a member of the public informing them of the body of a woman lying at the foot of the block. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLYN QUEK . THREE women were found dead and another with multiple injuries in what is believed to be a case of mass murders in a flat at Block 349
  17. A Choa Chu Kang resident had parked her car in multi-storey carpark at Block 203A. Upon her return to her vehicle the morning of August 7, 2008, she was shocked to find this handwritten note placed on her car windscreen. She told STOMP: "There seems to be a carpark bully who thinks he owns Lot 9 of Block 203A multi-storey carpark in Choa Chu Kang." "We saw the empty lot at around 9:10pm on the night before and just parked there, but it seems like the lot is privately owned by one of the residents there," she added. The resident has since filed a police report. Expressing he
  18. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin.../358051/1/.html 61-year-old man caught for smuggling tobacco By Lau Joon-Nie, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 03 July 2008 1923 hrs SINGAPORE: An arriving passenger with an awkwardly bulging waistline and unnatural gait caught the attention of customs officers at the Singapore Cruise Centre on Wednesday. A body search conducted on the 61-year-old man uncovered four packets of shag tobacco strapped to his waist. The loose tobacco, which is used for rolling cigarettes, weighed about 850 grammes. According to a statement from the Im
  19. Was driving on AYE, ECP this Friday morning. Noticed many fallen leaves on the road. Much are 'flying' in the air as cars zoomed by. Is there a change in season in Singapore? Or was Labour day a rest day for the road sweepers?
  20. how do i remove the leaves that are stuck in the hole (top front of the bonnet near the windscreen)? hrmm..... head of the wiper? i tried using toothpick,ear digger, vaccum.. not much help
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