Animals sighted near works in nature reserve – TODAYonline (But more info needed)

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has stated that camera traps in the Central Catchment Nature Reserve has been able to capture photographs of wild animals such as the Sunda Pangolin and Lesser Mousedeer after the site investigation (SI) works for the proposed Cross Island MRT Line alignment options were completed. Whilst encouraging, we say that …

LTA set to update on environmental impacts of SI works – Straits Times

A quick update on the site investigation (SI) works for the Cross Island Line development: http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/environment/lta-promises-to-release-findings-on-how-initial-tests-for-the-cross-island-mrt Background on CRL SI works: The SI works, started in March 2017 and completed near the end of last year, sought to determine the feasibility of building the MRT line under and around the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. An …

Love MacRitchie song and radio interview with the producers

On 6 January 2014, Australian radio channel, Wonderful World Music Network (94.1FM 3WBC) featured the Love Our MacRitchie Forest movement on its hour-long sustainable lifestyle show "What a Wonderful World". This show featured the Terrific Trio - producers of the movement's Music Video Project (official music video - http://youtube.com/watch?v=VMKsHZzYMRw): Lysa Aya - singer and songwriter, NYC Lysa lends her …