Tag: Nparks

Officer from NParks charged for taking upskirt photos, cheating, corruption

Singapore—A 48-year old National Parks Board (NParks) officer on Tuesday (Apr 13) faced nine charges of insulting a woman's modesty along with one charge...

Crowds spotted at S’pore parks and nature trails

Singapore – Photos of crowded parks and nature trails within Singapore are circulating online as many chose to greet the long weekend with a...

Video of man petting wild boar goes viral

Singapore – A video of a man petting a wild boar is circulating online, garnering mixed responses from netizens. A five-minute video shared on Facebook...

S’pore retiree ordered to clear decade-old secret garden in Choa Chu Kang forest

Singapore – The owner of a garden the size of a three-room flat located in Choa Chu Kang was ordered to clear the area...

Caught on camera: Wild boar hits passing cyclist in Punggol

Singapore – A wild boar was caught on camera, bumping into a bicycle when the cyclist was casually crossing a road in Punggol. There...

Wild boar attacks injure 2 women in Punggol, 20 men sent out to search...

Singapore – There were two separate instances of wild boar attacks on the same night on Saturday (Feb 20); one of the victims was...

Lawsuit filed against LTA, NParks by motorcyclist who collided with sambar deer

Singapore—A lawsuit has been filed against the Land Transport Authority (LTA) as well as the National Parks Board (NParks) by a motorcycle driver who...

Josephine Teo addresses bats in flats problem among Upper Boon Keng Road residents

Singapore – “Bats in Flats!” was the heading of Manpower Minister Josephine Teo’s recent social media post, highlighting the concern of Upper Boon Keng...

NParks: Coronavirus not found in bats and other animals in Singapore so far

Singapore — National Parks Board (NParks) has conducted biosurveillance programmes for the purpose of detecting animal diseases and say that so far, the coronavirus...

Saving Singapore’s last kampung: what’s next for Pulau Ubin and its dwindling, ageing population?

Singapore—In an age of rapidly modernizing society, what lies in store for Pulau Ubin, which is widely considered to be the country’s last kampung?...
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