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Aloysius Pang: 4th SAF training fatality in 18 months

An independent Committee of Inquiry (COI) will be convened to investigate a Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) training incident in New Zealand, which led to the death of actor Aloysius Pang.

More information about the circumstances of what happened is expected to be revealed at a Ministry of Defence media conference on Thursday afternoon (Jan 24).

Hello .... 3 suicide cases mentioned in there ....  ::)

So whom are you are going to hold accountable all the suicides in Singapore? ???   ::) ::)

i don't think MINDEF can hide anything because there were 2 servicemen ie. 2 eye-witness with Aloysius Pang when the accident happened.

if they want to cover-up,  they would have to abet these 2 fellas or silence them :-X

So Lin Jingyang is another sh!t-stirrer ....  >:(


Mapletree Commercial Trust’s  3Q FY18/19 Net Property Income Grew 2.2% Year-on-Year  Distribution Per Unit Up 1.3% to 2.33 Singapore Cents

Gross revenue and net property income (“NPI”) for 3Q FY18/19 grew 2.6% and 2.2% respectively from 3Q FY17/18, largely driven by higher year-on-year contribution from VivoCity 

Distribution per unit (“DPU”) for 3Q FY18/19 grew 1.3% to 2.33 Singapore cents 

Transitory impact on VivoCity’s tenant sales mainly due to asset enhancement initiative (“AEI”) and rigorous management of tenant mix. Momentum to pick up once the changes are completed  Singapore’s largest shopping mall library, [email protected] in VivoCity, was officially opened on 12 January 2019, marking the successful completion of the major AEI that also extended Basement 1 by 24,000 square feet

seems to have done quite nicely,  more good things to come with the regional library and southern corridor/Sentosa gateway destination ..... can feel some huatness in my third largest holding by market value


Police are investigating an incident where a man was purportedly caught taking upskirt shots of a woman in a multi-storey carpark at 18 Tai Seng on Tuesday afternoon (Jan 22).

Stomper Kenneth Tan, who had been visiting clients in the area, witnessed the incident while he was in his car at around 2.52pm.

Looks like colleagues  :o


probably another si chow aussie ang moh who cannot control his drinking impulse.


Arguably Taiwan's largest and most famous night market, the celebrated Shilin Night Market will soon be popping up in Singapore this April.

Organised by Invade, the Shilin Ye Shi (Shilin Night Market) pop-up will occupy The Grounds @ Kranji (Singapore Turf Club) from Apr 19 to 21 and Apr 26 to 28. Booths will be open from 3pm to 11pm.

oooo la la ...... chance to catch some TWMM sights .... :-*


Aloysius Pang, who was seriously hurt during a Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) training exercise in New Zealand, is in a critical condition, the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) said in a statement on Wednesday (Jan 23).
The 28-year-old actor's condition worsened and he had to undergo another surgery, the ministry said, adding that the surgery was completed on Tuesday at 11.54pm (Singapore time).

"His condition is critical and he is being managed in the intensive care unit,” it said.
Dr Teo Li Tserng, the chief of trauma and acute care surgery at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, arrived in New Zealand on Tuesday morning. He is working with the medical team at Waikato Hospital, where Pang is being treated, to care for him.

11  -  SGX.ME8U

Mapletree Industrial Trust Achieves Year-on-Year Growth of 6.6% for 3QFY18/19 Distribution per Unit
Distributable income for 3QFY18/19 increased 9.0% year-on-year to S$58.3 million  

Growth bolstered by contributions from development projects in Singapore and 40% interest in the portfolio of 14 data centres in the United States of America (the “United States”) 

Successfully obtained Unitholders’ approval for the proposed acquisition of 18 Tai Seng, Singapore at the extraordinary general meeting on 22 January 2019

12  - SGX.C38U

CMT’s 4Q 2018 distributable income grew 5.1% year-on-year

Based on CMT’s closing price of S$2.27 per unit on 22 January 2019, the annualised distribution yield for 4Q 2018 was 5.22%.

the biggest holdings in my REIT portfolio ..... surprisingly resilient despite naysayers prognosis of on-line and e-commerce challenges

Help Me! / Re: What went wrong? Any ways to salvage?
« on: Yesterday at 11:40:21 am »
Knew a gal from one of the dating app and we short of click quite well....had daily conversations for about 5 mths.

Inbetween, we had phone calls, met up thrice.

However, recently she doesn't seem to talk with me anymore. Replies are short and non expansive. Often I get blue ticks.

During the "cooling off" period, I find myself really missing her and had fallen for her.

However, she doesn't seem to want to talk to me anymore.

What went wrong? Any ways to bring things back to old times?

during the 5 months assessment she did not find you suitable.


FCT 1Q19 DPU up 0.7% year-on-year to 3.02 cents 
Revenue growth led by Changi City Point and Northpoint City North Wing which grew 12.7% and 4.5% year-on-year on higher average gross rental rate, better turnover rent and higher occupancy 
Mall occupancy improved quarter-on-quarter at all malls  
Portfolio average rental reversion of 6.9% for the 58 leases renewed during the quart

very small position in this baby for unker - 5 lots. 
seems like suburban malls continue to do quite well.


Mapletree Logistics Trust’s 3Q FY18/19 DPU  Rises 5% Year-on-Year To 2.002 cents
9-months FY18/19 DPU is 4.2% higher at 5.917 cents 
Performance driven by organic growth and accretive acquisitions 
Healthy portfolio metrics – 97.7% occupancy and positive 4.5% rental reversion

very nice .... regret not vesting more when it was knocked down to below $1.20 recently

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