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SMRT slammed for trying to downplay Monday's peak hour train delay
Beleaguered transport operator SMRT came under fire after attempting to downplay its 90-minute rail service failure during Monday morning's rush hour, insisting that train services were not disrupted and that trains "ran at a slower speed".
This even as commuters reported that their trains were stalled, in particular between Yew Tee and Kranji stations, for more than an hour, with others saying they did not care what the incidents were called.
What's that smell in the air, Singapore?
A view of Upper Seletar Reservoir in Singapore. Reservoirs here are partially drying up after Singapore's longest-ever dry spell, which is expected to last through the first half of March. (Getty Images file photo)
Singapore's dry weather has persisted to create the longest dry spell the nation-state has ever seen, with 27 days sans rain from 13 January to 8 February, and it's caused minor vegetation fires that have resulted in a slight "burning" smell in the air over the pastRead More »from Tuesday #sgroundup: SMRT slammed for trying to downplay Monday’s peak hour train delay