Remembering Lee Kuan Yew

Free access for The Straits Times' coverage on the passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew

SINGAPORE - Singapore's founding father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, has died at the age of 91, leaving behind a lasting legacy as the man who was most instrumental in shaping the nation.

The Straits Times will bring you the latest news updates, pictures and videos through the day.

All our stories related to Mr Lee will be made freely available to all readers, across all our platforms, as a public service.

Readers will have access to the full stories and be able to share them freely.

You can follow our coverage through the following ways:

* Get the latest updates on our live blog on the website

We will keep you updated on developments and reactions through stories, pictures and videos at leekuanyew.straitstimes.com/ST/lky-live-blog/index.html. Or just log on to our homepage straitstimes.com for a link.

* Pen your favourite memories of Mr Lee on the ST Tribute Wall

Write to us at leekuanyew.straitstimes.com/tribute-wall. You can also send us pictures and videos. Or follow the link on our homepage.

* Read about Mr Lee's life and legacy

Trace Mr Lee's life and career through The Straits Times' archived materials, including interviews with him and what world leaders said about him. All at leekuanyew.straitstimes.com

* Follow us on The Straits Times app in your smartphone and tablet

You can also follow our coverage on your mobile devices through The Straits Times app, which can be downloaded free.

* Follow @STcom on Twitter and The Straits Times on Facebook