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The Straits Times

Body in Toa Payoh carpark: Man on trial for murdering Facebook ...
The Straits Times
Lending her spare mobile phone to a man she met on Facebook led to a series of events which culminated in Ms Atika Dolkifi plunging 6.5m head-first to her death in August 2015. . Read more at straitstimes.com.
Man accused of waitress' murder at Toa Payoh carpark goes on trialTODAYonline
Murder trial begins for man accused of hurling waitress 7m from car parkChannel NewsAsia
Murder trial begins for man accused of flinging woman over carpark parapetYahoo Singapore News

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Channel NewsAsia

Fire breaks out at Toa Payoh lift landing, woman taken to hospital
Channel NewsAsia
SINGAPORE: A 48-year-old woman was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital after a fire broke out at a lift landing in Toa Payoh on Monday morning (Feb 12). The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it was alerted to the incident on the eighth floor of ...
Police investigating case of mischief by fire after blaze razes Toa Payoh lift landingThe Straits Times
Toa Payoh resident taken to hospital after fire guts lift landingTODAYonline

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The Straits Times

AVA removes crows, nests in Toa Payoh after attacks on residents
The Straits Times
SINGAPORE - The authorities have stepped in to manage the crow population in Toa Payoh this week after attacks on residents. The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) told The Straits Times on Thursday (Feb 8) that it had received two reports of ...

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Channel NewsAsia

16-year-old boy falls to death from Toa Payoh HDB block
Channel NewsAsia
SINGAPORE: A 16-year-old boy fell to his death from the 12th floor of a Housing and Development Board block in Toa Payoh Central on Tuesday (Jan 23) morning. The police were alerted to the incident at 12.28am on Tuesday. The boy was found lying ...
Teenage boy dies after fall from 12th floor at HDB sky gardenYahoo Singapore News
Singapore: Teenage boy falls to death from Toa Payoh HDB blockInternational Business Times, Singapore Edition

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The Straits Times

Elderly woman injured in accident at Toa Payoh MRT
The Straits Times
SINGAPORE - An elderly woman was injured in an accident near an escalator at Toa Payoh MRT Station on Tuesday night (Feb 6). When The Straits Times was on the scene at about 9.40pm, an escalator that is usually upriding had been cordoned off. The woman ...


The Straits Times

16-year-old dies falling from sky garden of Toa Payoh HDB block in tragic game of hide and seek
The Straits Times
SINGAPORE - A 16-year-old boy was playing a game of hide and seek with a friend on a rooftop garden just after midnight on Tuesday (Jan 23) when he mistakenly hopped over a wall and fell 12 storeys. Ng Jun Hui was pronounced dead at the scene by ...

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Yahoo Singapore News

Woman hurt in accident at Toa Payoh MRT Station
Yahoo Singapore News
An elderly woman was hurt in an accident at Toa Payoh MRT Station on Tuesday evening (6 February). The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) told Yahoo News Singapore that it received a call for ambulance assistance on Tuesday night at 9.15pm. SCDF sent ...


The Straits Times

Panel seeks to register electric scooters, Transport News & Top ...
The Straits Times
Electric scooter users may have to register their devices if an expert panel's recommendation is accepted.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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The Straits Times

Advisory panel recommends registration for electric scooters ...
The Straits Times
The Active Mobility Advisory Panel said action is needed given the increasing number of e-scooter riders driving in an inconsiderate and reckless manner, endangering themselves as well as other path users.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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