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Fri 01 Jul 2005

SBS Transit 408 to Labrador Park

Category : marine

In March we reported that SBS Transit 408 makes its way to Labrador Park from HarbourFront Interchange every 30 minutes on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.

Well, now someon has pointed out the webpage and a groovy map. Flat fare: $1.00. From 11 Jun - 09 Aug, receive a free can of "OFF" insect repellent and $1 off the casement tour.

Other service numbers listed are 400 (Marina Park), 401 (East Coast Park), 403 (Pasir Ris Park) - see the SBS Parks webpage.

Hat tip - petaflopz, Tomorrow and moses at fugs.

Posted at 1:51AM UTC by N. Sivasothi | permalink | email |

Fri 01 Jul 2005

Suria, 30 Jun 2005: 9pm - 647km2 features Labrador Rocky Shore

Category : tvradio

Thu 30 Jun 2005: Screenbox Production's 647km2 features Labrador rocky shore with Raffles Museum volunteer Airani on Suria, at 9.00pm.

An earlier episode featured the Raffles Museum with Zeehan and had us blink in some amazement when a 'superhero' appeared in the wet colection! It's quite a funny and entertaining show and an episode I caught recently featured the interesting historical aspects of Alexandra Hospital with one of the older staff there.

'In the fifth series of 647km2, the quirky presenters take on the persona of competitive broadcast journalists with all new alter-egos - the superheroes. S. Suhaimi ( Winner of Sungguh Berani!) and S. Khairudin (Winner of Best Journalist) continue to outdo each other on location while stand- in diva broadcast journalist A. Masayu, winner of Most Promising Journalist, continues to make her mark on air whenever given the opportunity.'

Thanks to Julianawarti Jumali for the alert.

I caught the episode and it was funny. They also featured the history of the park and the fort, with the help of Eslindah Ismail, the senior parks manager who is in charge of Labrador and other parks in the area.

Posted at 1:47AM UTC by N. Sivasothi | permalink | email | Raffles Museum news