Exercise

LOUD SOUND @ SENTOSA COVE FROM DEMOLITION EXERCISE, TO LAST UNTIL END-MAY

The police has investigated a loud sound at Sentosa Cove and did not find anything incriminating. Earlier, a resident there complained that they heard a loud sound and felt insecure about it. From their investigations, the sound was probably due to a demolition exercise carried out at the nearby Southern Islands. The exercise is part of a series of tests that will be conducted from mid to end May. Good that it's no big deal, but how come they never inform residents one?

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HARD TO SLEEP WHEN UPSTAIRS NEIGHBOUR EXERCISE LATE INTO THE NIGHT !

We Singaporeans are so used to having people living above and below us in our HDB estates. Most of us have stayed in HDB flats our entire lives.

Am sure that once a while, we will hear our neighbours knocking walls, moving stuff or doing some drilling works at one time or another. And we all learn to live with it, as the inconvenience will only last for a day or two. But what if you have an upstairs neighbour who treats his house like a gym?

This happens every night! And the noise is just irritating, especially as it happens at night, when you are trying to sleep. What should I do?

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NSF POPS VIAGRA HOPING TO BOOST & PASS HIS IPPT, END UP STILL FAIL

Why? Because I was failing NAPFA's running portion, and desperately didn't want to join NS three months earlier. I read a news article that claimed that Viagra improved athletic performance by enlarging your blood vessels, allowing your heart to pump more oxygen and increasing stamina. At the time, it sounded like what I needed. Turns out... it didn't really work. Well, my running time improved by 10-20 seconds, but it wasn't enough to pass. With such a small improvement, I couldn't really chalk it up to the Viagra.

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RSS Intrepid Carried Out Success Live-Firing of Aster Surface-to-Air Missile During RIMPAC

Singapore Navy's (RSN) Formidable-class frigate RSS Intrepid, successfully carried out a live-firing of an Aster Surface-to-Air Missile on 12 July as part of the multilateral Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) maritime exercise. Hosted by the United States Navy, the exercise comprises a shore planning phase and a 22-day sea phase off the coast of Hawaii. This is the fourth time the RSN is participating in this exercise and the second time it is commanding a multinational task unit during the exercise.

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