Rats

RATS SEEN AT ALEXANDRA VILLAGE FOOD CENTRE, NEA HAD TO TAKE ACTION

NEA had received feedback on rat sightings at the food centre two times already this year. After investigations, they found rat droppings on top of the exhaust ducting at the food centre and a few burrows outside the food centre.

The Tanjong Pagar Town Council was notified, so that proper follow up an rectifying of the problem can be carried out.

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RAT SPOTTED AT EATERY IN ANG MO KIO, NOT THE FIRST TIME IT HAPPENED

Rat alert at Ang Mo Kio station! Our reader sighted a rat scurrying around in an eatery inside the MRT station and said it is not the first time this happened.

He said NEA was already aware of a similar problem last year and tried taking precautions. However, the problem has obviously not improved.

He was concerned that the problem will only worsen, like how the rats may chew on MRT cables or cause other hygiene issues, and hope for authorities to take action.

Do you think the problem will be resolved quickly? Next time rats cause train disruption then how?

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PUNGGOL RESIDENT SAYS TOWN COUNCIL SLACKING OFF, CAUSED RODENT INFESTATION

A rodent infestation is underway at Block 274C and 274B Punggol Place, Punggol Regalia, and a resident is blaming his town council for slacking off on the job. Showing a whole list of poorly maintained surroundings in the neighborhood, the netizen says that the Town Council in his area has not kept up the cleanliness in his estate.

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SINKHOLE APPEAR ON SG ROAD, SG IS SINKING TO OBLIVION!

First the rats. Now comes the sinkhole. Singapore is sinking to the ground? Reports have confirmed that there was a sinkhole which is about 30 - 40 cm wide which opened up at a traffic junction in front of Edgefield Secondary School in Punggol.

We know that there are lots of digging happenig in Singapore, to build MRT lines, new expressways, even shopping malls and buildings that houses underground carparks. Are these the reason rats have been driven up to the surface? And now, are we even safe anymore? Seeing that a sinkhole can suddenly appear on roads.

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RAT INFESTATION RETURNS TO PLAGUE BEDOK NORTH RESIDENTS

The rat problem has reared its ugly head in Bedok North again. This time, the "beneficiaries" of the Town Council's incompetence are residents of Blk 551 at Bedok North Ave 1 who have been battling fearless rodents for over six months. Residents there reported that these rats are so fearless that they scamper around in broad daylight unafraid of humans. One resident even found the seat and wire of his motorcycle chewed up by a rat.

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RATS ARE MAKING A COMEBACK, DISEASES TOO?

What is happening to Singapore? Bedok is not the only place where these huge rats can be found scurrying around. It seems they are everywhere, even in Orchard! Is it because of all the digging we are doing for the MRT lines, the shopping malls, and new expressways? These rats have no where else to go but upwards. Thus, we see more of them now.

Hopefully, the authorities do something about this. We certainly don't want to go back to the old days when rats carrying disease are everywhere around us, and some of us might fall prey to them.

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BUKIT BATOK RATS ARE BACK WITH A VENGEANCE!

Residents have reported seeing rats again, and the Choa Chu Kang Town Council, which is in charge of the affected estate, has also hired pest-control companies to tackle the infestation. However, residents said the measures taken by the pest-control companies were inadequate, as rat poison placed to kill the rats were often washed away by the rain. Residents have made several complaints to the Town Council, fearing a repeat of the December 2014 infestation near Bukit Batok MRT Station, in which more than 300 rats were found and killed.

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EX-RESIDENT: BUKIT BATOK ESTATE IS FILTHY SO SDP NEEDS TO TAKE OVER THE TOWN COUNCIL!

During my 15yrs stay in Bukit Batok, my block was very very dirty. No block cleaner at all. The drunkards here and there were sleeping at the void deck. So much adult urine was produced by groups of overnight drunkards living under our block and was not cleaned away. Our running water pipe became the breeding place for huge centipedes. And centipedes were seen running around into our store room. After I moved out of Bt. Batok, in 2010, my block and neighbourhood areas worsened. Drug mules lured young students to buy their drugs and several turned drug addicts. A few saloons turned red light at night. We need an opposition party to take over Bukit Batok town council and improve the standard of cleanliness in the estate. BB residents, please vote wisely.

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