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CROCODILE SIGHTED AT CHANGI BEACH, DAYS AFTER ONE WAS SPOTTED AT PASIR RIS

It was an ICA officer who first raised the alarm, when Mr Yusaini Abdul Rahim, 41, who was working at the Changi Ferry Terminal, saw the crocodile on Monday morning while out on patrol. He contacted the AVA and NParks to inform them about the sighting. He spotted the crocodile again on Wednesday, and took photos and videos of it.

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NPARKS APOLOGISE, SAYS IT COUNSELLED STAFF WHO INSULTED FEEDBACK GIVER

NParks said it has counselled the staff who accused a resident of trying to create trouble when all he did was to give feedback. NParks' Deputy Chief Executive Leong Chee Chiew responded that it has personally apologised to Mr Liw for the inappropriate language and has counselled the staff for her bad attitude. It also assured him that the drains will be fixed soon.

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NPARKS ACCUSED ME OF FINDING TROUBLE, I ONLY TOLD THEM TO FIX THE DRAINS

A resident complained to NParks that its tree pruning has damaged drains in his vicinity. NParks denied responsibility and accused him of finding trouble. "if this is the state of our public service, our future in singapore is indeed in a bad shape..."

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OLD WOMAN NEEDED 60 STITCHES AFTER WILD BOAR ATTACK

According to eye-witnesses, Ting I Tsun, 55, who is from Taiwan and has been in Singapore since 17 June to visit her daughter who had just given birth, was attacked by the wild boar at the right side of her calf. She was out walking her dogs at the park when the attack occurred on Friday. The witness also said he saw the wild boar came darting out from between trees, attacked the woman, and disappeared back into the park.

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NPARKS SAYS TREE INSPECTION IN SG IN LINE WITH WORLD STANDARDS. CLAP FOR THEM?

NParks late have kept repeating and reiterating that their tree inspections is all good, and in line with the global standard.

Is anyone disputing that? Why must always say they are the best in this, or first in the world in something? Just say and admit that no matter how hard they work in ensuring trees are ok in Singapore, sometimes nature conspires to do something that we cannot prepare for. The death of a woman at Botanic Gardens and the injuries to others in the same incident and the one at Yuan Ching Road are tragedies nobody wanted to happen.

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WILD CHICKENS TO BE CULLED IN YEAR OF ROOSTER

AVA said they will cull wild chickens if they receive complaints over noise, while NParks has said that they will cull the wild chickens to prevent interbreeding with their endangered ascendants, the native red junglefowl.

In this year of the rooster, this is not good news at all for the wild chickens. Seems like the chickens days of running wild all over Singapore are over, as two government agencies have them in their sights. Funny thing is, are there that many wild chickens left in Singapore? Seems like all the chickens found in Singapore are those ready to be cooked ones or in fast food outlets. Don't see any live chickens running around all over Singapore.

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