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Now That the LRT Might Be Scrapped, What Can be Done to Improve Public Transport in Bukit Panjang?

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

Many moons ago, when I was a poor student (as opposed to a poor adult), I had a tuition student who lived in Senja, at Bukit Panjang. 915 more words

Money Matters

Bukit Panjang LRT may be scrapped

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – Rail operator SMRT Corp and regulator Land Transport Authority (LTA) are deciding on what to do with the problematic Bukit Panjang LRT, including scrapping the system altogether. 296 more words

Current Affairs

UPDATE 1-Sale of Italy's supermarket chain Esselunga scrapped for now

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By Silvia Aloisi and Claudia Cristoferi,

MILAN Oct 5 The family holding company controlling Italy’s fourth-biggest supermarket chain Esselunga said on Wednesday it would not go ahead for now with a sale of the group after the death of its owner last week. 398 more words

Nuclear cash cow Monju now a liability for residents as plant faces ax

The ¥1 trillion Monju plant in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture, faces being scrapped after years of mishaps, cover-ups and waste. For decades, residents and businesses enjoyed the cash it brought in but now realize the contaminated debris needs storage. 1,210 more words

Japan

Nuclear cash cow Monju now a liability for residents as plant faces ax

The ¥1 trillion Monju plant in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture, faces being scrapped after years of mishaps, cover-ups and waste. For decades, residents and businesses enjoyed the cash it brought in but now realize the contaminated debris needs storage. 1,210 more words

Monju Reactor

Japan signals end for $10 billion nuclear prototype

“Tokyo believes it would be difficult to gain public support to spend several hundreds of billion yen to upgrade the Monju facility, which has been plagued by accidents, missteps and falsification of documents.” … 355 more words

Japan

Japan signals end for $10 billion nuclear prototype

“Tokyo believes it would be difficult to gain public support to spend several hundreds of billion yen to upgrade the Monju facility, which has been plagued by accidents, missteps and falsification of documents.” … 355 more words

Japan