2004 in Singapore
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Incumbents[edit | edit source]
- President: S.R. Nathan
- Prime Minister: Goh Chok Tong (until 12 August), Lee Hsien Loong (starting 12 August)
Events[edit | edit source]
- 20 April – A section of Nicoll Highway collapses, killing 4 people.
- 19 May – 1st Lieutenant Brandon Loo of the Republic of Singapore Air Force was killed when his F-16 jet crashed while on training from the Luke Air Force Base in Arizona.
- 1 June – Security guards were patrolled and deployed in MRT stations.
- 4 June – Hippo City Sightseeing bus in Singapore started operations.
- 1 August – There were automatic updating of bus services over the fare stages.
- 12 August – Lee Hsien Loong becomes the third Prime Minister.
- 1 December – LTA completes the Punggol LRT services and opens for running.
- 31 December - MediaCorp and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) announced that their merger is legally complete, creating the new holding company MediaCorp TV.
References[edit | edit source]
- "Obituary: Sellapan Ramanathan (SR Nathan), statesman". Scotsman. Retrieved 29 May 2018.
- "Changeover of Prime Minister: President's Office Press Statement, 10August 2004". www.nas.gov.sg. Retrieved 29 May 2018.
- "Friday's fatal mishap among worst worksite accidents since 2004 Nicoll Highway tragedy". TODAYonline. Retrieved 29 May 2018.
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