Where's the fire? People in eastern Singapore report burning smells but its source remains a mystery for now - The Independent Singapore News

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Where's the fire? People in eastern Singapore report burning smells but its source remains a mystery for now - The Independent Singapore News

Where's the fire? People in eastern Singapore report burning smells but its source remains a mystery for now - The Independent Singapore News

Singapore – Is land being cleared for oil palm plantations in Indonesia? Is that awful haze back? Are people who live in east holding non-stop barbecues? Is something big in Tampines on fire? What on earth is burning? Your guess is as good as that of the National Environment Agency (NEA). In the past few …

- Advertisement -Singapore – Is land being cleared for oil palm plantations in Indonesia? Is that awful haze back? Are people who live in east holding non-stop barbecues? Is something big in Tampines on fire? What on earth is burning?Your guess is as good as that of the National Environment Agency (NEA).

In the past few days, there have been reports of burning smells in the eastern part of Singapore. The agency has been able only to tell that these smells are not caused by hot spots or localised industrial incidents.“Burning smell since this morning. Now nighttime smell getting stronger,” netizen Norizan Rashid reported on Wednesday, in a post to the

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In the past few days, there have been reports of burning smells in the eastern part of Singapore. The agency has been able only to tell that these smells are not caused by hot spots or localised industrial incidents. 2 Toto jackpot winners bag S$5. “Burning smell since this morning. The cat’s approach was direct – right through the exit slot from which successful players claim the soft toys that are the prize for those who manage to manouevre the “software” into the slot with the mechanical claw arm. Now nighttime smell getting stronger,” netizen Norizan Rashid reported on Wednesday, in a post to the She said it was coming frin the eastern part of the country and asked if others were experiencing the same. - Advertisement 1- The Group 1 jackpot amount ballooned to S$10,713,876, meaning the winners will receive about S$5. - Advertisement 1- “It’s not the haze season, so I don’t think that’s the cause of it,” she said. Thanks so much for being on this journey with me, everyone!” Mr Naresh, a media professional, wrote in a Facebook post: “Glad to have our Chair & Sec-Gen re-elected and retain their positions within the party’s leadership structure,” he wrote, adding, “Looking forward to working with fellow CEC mates to chart out the path for the years ahead.

“I was working my night shift at the airport last night; the smell was super strong. Read more here. Photo: FB screengrab/Sayang Our Singapore’s Community Cats The cat then looks out from the machine as if taunting onlookers. Now back at home in Tampines Street 81, also got the smell,” said Ms Norizan. Other Facebook users observed that they had also experienced similar smells in their areas. A video circulating on social media which has been posted on TikTok and Facebook shows one table of seven people, and another table of eight recorded eating at Chinatown Point hawker centre on Friday (Jan 7). “Little bit on Monday, got stronger yesterday,” said Facebook user Rayne Woo, adding that it had caused her asthma to return. In November last year, a cat was spotted amusing itself at a playground by going up and down the slide. “Same. Loh Kean Yew proceeds to second round at India Open Loh Kean Yew. An outpouring of congratulations followed SDP’s post.

Strong smell in Tampines St 21. My allergies acted up.com Singaporean badminton sensation Loh Kean Yew won in his first match of the year, emerging victorious over Canada’s Sheng Xiaodong 16-21, 21-4, 21-13. Towards the end of the kitty clip, the cat looks right at the camera, as if to ensure that the photographer got the purrfect shot. Kept sneezing, and my eyes were watery,” said Mahathir Firdaus, while others said on Facebook that the smell was also present in the Pasir Ris and Bedok areas. NEA has received reports on the burning smells and inspected affected areas. “NEA’s checks did not find any local industrial incident that could have caused the smell,” the agency said in a Channel News Asia report.

“The Singapore Civil Defence Force also confirmed that they did not respond to any incidents involving open burning in the eastern part of Singapore.” NEA added that no hotspots were detected in the eastern region. - Advertisement 2- “The 1-hour PM2.5 concentration readings have remained within the normal band (Band I) and 24-hour PSI levels within the ‘Good’ to ‘Moderate’ range”, said NEA, referring to the air quality. Since Wednesday afternoon, NEA has not received further feedback on the issue, although it will continue monitoring the situation.

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