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Check out the latest sights and sounds in and around the Nee Soon community.

Latest

Check out the latest sights and sounds in and around the Nee Soon community.

Hitting the Ground Running

Article from the Nee Soon Link, a publication of Nee Soon Town Council. If you live in Nee Soon East or Kebun Baru, you’ve probably heard or seen your new MP. They seem young and energetic, but what are they really like? What plans do they have for your neighbourhood? Nee Soon Link caught up with new MPs Louis Ng Kok Kwang and Kwek Hian Chuan Henry about their first few months in office. What have you been busy with since getting elected?....

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Security threats facing Singapore

OPENING ADDRESS BY MR K SHANMUGAM, MINISTER FOR HOME AFFAIRS AND MINISTER FOR LAW, AT THE 2ND SRP DISTINGUISHED LECTURE AND SYMPOSIUM 2016, 19 JANUARY 2016 Mr Eddie Teo, Amb Ong Keng Yong, Mr Alami Musa, Religious leaders, Prof Julius Lipner, Ladies and Gentlemen. Good afternoon. INTRODUCTION Thank you for giving me the privilege of speaking here. This Symposium is both timely and relevant. It will look at how religion can increase the common space in society.....

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Louis Ng Walks the Talk

Watch all Louis’ work experience videos here by Suresh Nair Louis Ng Kok Kwang believes in walking the talk. Simply put, this newly-minted Member of Parliament (MP) for Nee Soon GRC wants a real feel of the ground. He dares to be different from other parliamentarians and soon after the General Elections, he announced that, every month from November 2015, he would temporarily step away from his MP post for a variety of work stints. Driver,....

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12,000 residents welcome new year together

12,000 residents welcomed the new year in style at the Nee Soon South countdown opposite Khatib MRT. They enjoyed performances by Tosh Zhang, Wang Weiliang and Joshua Tan of “Ah Boyz To Men” fame, and other artistes including Rebecca Lim, Lim Qi Yu, Sufie Rasid and Poobalan. Nee Soon GRC MPs Minister K Shanmugam, Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah and Henry Kwek joined in the fun, taking selfies with residents and adding their wishes for the new year to the expressions wall on site.....

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A Smoother Journey Home

In our GE manifesto, we promised to improve connectivity all over Nee Soon, so that you can get home faster and spend more time with your loved ones. After being elected, your MPs have continued to seek your feedback and work with the authorities to bring you the transport improvements you need most. Nee Soon residents will benefit from these recent transport improvements (click on photos to enlarge): 1. 6 routes with extra buses Services 138,....

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A Guide to Choosing the Right Secondary School in Nee Soon- 2016 update

Just got your child’s PSLE results? Want to know what secondary schools there are nearby? Here’s a list of the secondary schools in Nee Soon GRC, the cut-off scores for last year’s batch and the special programmes for each school. All information is from MOE’s School Information Service. Check out the website for more information! Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School Address: 751, Yishun Ave 7 S(768928) Website: www.ahmadibrahimsec.moe.edu.sg School Vision: Caring School, Learning Community Range of PSLE Scores of students (non-affiliation) admitted in 2015: Express: 218- 244 Normal Academic: 178-199 Normal Technical: 131-159 Distinctive Programmes: Outdoor Learning Experience (OLE) Whole-school service learning programme Special NT programme All Sec 1 students undergo a general introduction to shooting Mainstream Education Programme for visually-impaired students CHIJ St.....

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Kew Ong Yah festival: Sending off the gods

On the ninth day of the ninth Chinese lunar month, which fell on the 21st of October, Minister K. Shanmugam joined in the final day celebrations of the annual Kew Ong Yah festival. A series of colourful visual displays and floats led participants from the Chong Pang Combined Temple in Nee Soon GRC to Sembawang Beach where a series of prayers were held. Mr Shanmugam then accompanied the temple elders into the waters of the Straits of Johor along Sembawang Beach in the ritual “sending off the Nine Emperor Gods”.....

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Nee Soon MPs and residents plant 200 trees at a go

In Nee Soon GRC’s biggest tree-planting event ever, 600 residents planted 200 trees at a go. The event was held on the 18th of October at the newly-built Khatib Bongsu park connector. All 5 Nee Soon GRC MPs picked up their spades and joined in with enthusiasm. Nee Soon GRC MP and Minister for Home Affairs and Law K. Shanmugam told the media: “Environmental awareness and preservation is important especially for an island-state like Singapore. We boast of a thriving biodiversity today because of deliberate,....

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Kew Ong Yah festival: Receiving the gods

The Festival of the Nine Emperor Gods (Kew Ong Yah) is one of the most important celebrations observed at Taoist temples throughout Southeast Asia. It begins with a symbolic ritual to invite the nine deities into the temple. Over the next few days, worshippers stream into the temple to pray to the Emperor Gods for wealth and longevity, until these nine deities depart on the ninth day of the ninth month. For the past 27 years,....

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