It is common knowledge that the climate is changing and not for the better. As a growing and developing nation, we are consuming and emitting more carbon than ever. To address the issue, the government came up with the National Climate Change Strategy (NCCS) in 2008. The NCCS was a result of the cooperation between the various governing bodies; namely the National Environmental Authority (NEA) and the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources (MEWR). The purpose of the NCCS was and still is to tackle the threat of climate change, which also includes efforts at mitigation. Effective mitigation means cutting emissions, and an assessment that states that global emissions need to be cut by fifty percent from 1990 levels by 2050, with abs...
SMRT-operated lines have suffered from numerous service disruptions recently. There were 2 incidents yesterday, and that adds to the 3 that have already occurred over the past 9 days.
Last Thursday’s disruption started at 5.35pm, when track faults at Clementi and Lakeside stations resulted in a slowdown from Queenstown to Boon Lay. Bus bridging services were activated. The issue was resolved by 7.12pm.
On the same day, a signalling fault stopped all trains between Haw Par Villa and HarbourFront. 4 trains with passengers onboard were manually driven to the nearest stations, where the free bridging service will take over. Normal service was resumed at 8.11am.
Infiniti yesterday signaled further intentions to grow in the premium compact segment with the world premiere of the QX30 Concept at the Geneva International Motor Show. The QX30 concept is Infiniti’s design vision for a new premium compact crossover, targeting at a new generation of individualistic premium customers.
Bringing together the sleek lines of the coupe with the command sitting and all-wheel drive of a crossover, the QX30 Concept promises to be just as capable navigating city streets as it is exploring weekend getaways.
The new Volkswagen Passat won the prestigious Europe's “Car of the Year”award, which is presented every year by the international “Car of the Year” jury. The winner was announced on the afternoon before the Geneva International Motor Show.
The new Passat, in all its versions, is one of the most successful mid-class cars in the world and with 1.1 million units (in 2014) one of the highest-volume series of the Volkswagen Group worldwide. Now in its 8th generation, the best-seller is regarded as one of the most innovative cars in its class. Thanks to advanced engineering methods, it was possible to introduce a significantly more dynamic design.
Residents from new housing estates located at Margaret Drive, Dawson Road and Kay Siang Road will soon be able to utilise a new bus service to get to nearby MRT stations and facilities. SBS Transit will introduce loop service 122 on the 15th of March, and it will start from New Bridge Road Terminal, and ply Tiong Bahru Road, Alexandra Road and Commonwealth Drive. It will also stop at bus stops close to Outram Park, Tiong Bahru and Commonwealth MRT stations.
The new service will provide convenient access to amenities which ranges from the Singapore General Hospital to schools like Crescent Girls.
The new PEUGEOT Partner Tepee's styling changes along with the latest generation of useful, efficient technology and latest engines give users greater freedom and optimisation.
Other than the restyled front end, the new Partner Tepee introduces two new colours: Moka Grey and Artense Grey, available alongside Bianca White, Ardent Red, Kyanos Blue, Aluminium Grey, Shark Grey and Nocciola. New 8-spoke Managua 16 ‘’ alloy wheels, available as an option, also accentuate the dynamic character of the new PEUGEOT Partner Tepee.