In today's The Straits Times News In A Minute video, we look at:
*Singapore's labour market will tighten significantly in the future, said Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin, due to the gradual exit of baby-boomers from the workforce, and the smaller size of younger cohorts entering it.
*A diverse range of courses including aerospace, IT, languages and culinary skills will be offered under the SkillsFuture Credit Scheme when it is implemented in 2016.
*Ms Chua Siew Leng, 43, the first of six protesters facing a public nuisance charge for their roles in last September's Hong Lim Park protest rally, has pleaded guilty. She was fined $300.