a reporter from TNP is back working on our story...stay tune!
Another example that the reporter might want as examples of abuse of power or lack of proper training and dissemination of information to their own staff possibly causing inconvenience to members of the public and hindering the growth and development of the arts in Singapore, something I believe the Government has been actively promoting and supporting for some time now:
Ref: Part 2 Chapter 4-1, Part 2, Division 2, chapter 8-1 http://www.nparks.gov.sg/cms/docs/ab...ap_216_Rg1.pdf
which essentially tells me that anyone, according to the rules and regulations under the Parks and Trees Act that anyone can:
1) produce a film, movie or video as long as it's not for sale, hire or commercial purposes, and 2) carry out stills photography, for non-commercial OR commercial purposes.
Where a rebuttal may come from is in Part 2, Division 1, Chapter 4-2(b) and Part 2, Division 1, Chapter 5.
Under NParks list of allowed activities IS photography, and a list of locations where photography IS allowed: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/cms/index.p...d=19&Itemid=81
Apparently, the TS in the thread, @tammysplayground got haressed and chased away by park rangers at Lower Pierce Reservoir, a location where photography, according to the NParks themselves, IS an allowed activity. Read what the rangers said to TS.
the news is on TNP today, go grab one copy now!
There was a doorman there but he didn't chase me away...he just kept looking @ my direction.