What's Next: November 21 2015

A police officer patrolling outside the venue for the Asean Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Nov 20, 2015.
A police officer patrolling outside the venue for the Asean Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Nov 20, 2015. PHOTO: REUTERS

Asean Summit begins today

The two-day Asean Summit formally commences today, with leaders from all 10 member-nations taking part. They will also meet leaders from key partners, eight of whom will join them for the East Asia Summit tomorrow. Asean leaders are set to sign tomorrow the "Kuala Lumpur Declaration on the Establishment of the Asean Community", which will usher in an economically integrated region on Dec 31 this year.


New centre for less fortunate opens

People who are poor or disadvantaged can now seek help at a new centre that gathers various charities under one roof. Those who have financial difficulties, disabilities or mental health issues, or are former convicts, can turn to Agape Village in Toa Payoh, which opens today. The services of 24 Catholic charities and social service agencies are available at the centre, run by Caritas Singapore, the social arm of the Catholic Church here.


Nail-biting end to S-League season

Brunei DPMM appear to have it done and dusted, leading the S-League football table by two points and with a better goal difference. But for the second year running, they risk missing out on the title on the very last day today. Tampines Rovers are not giving up on the chase but they must beat Harimau Muda at the Jurong West Stadium by a big margin and hope that Balestier Khalsa do them a favour by upsetting their rivals in Bandar Seri Begawan.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 21, 2015, with the headline 'What's Next: November 21 2015'. Print Edition | Subscribe