MORNING MINUTES: What will make headlines today, July 7, 2015

Good morning! Morning Minutes is a round-up of stories that will break today and which we think you'd be interested in.

It appears on weekdays, available by 7am.

Singapore baby Asia's first from implanted ovarian tissue 

A woman in Singapore gave birth to the first baby in Asia to be naturally conceived from implanted ovarian tissue in May this year. Doctors from the National University Hospital will share how they took ovarian tissue from Madam Siti Nurjannah, 32, froze it in 2009 – before she had cancer treatment that could affect her fertility – and implanted it back into her ovaries after she recovered.  - GILAINE NG

Temasek releases annual report


Temasek Holdings' yearly report will be released today. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG 

Singapore investment firm Temasek Holdings will release its latest annual report today. The yearly review contains key financial measures such as the company’s total shareholder return and portfolio value. - CHIA YAN MIN

Q and A with K Shanmugam


Mr K Shanmugam will be attending an event hosted by the Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

Minister for Foreign Affairs and Law K Shanmugam is attending the Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce’s signature Business Luncheon today. It will be followed by a Question and Answer session that addresses "Key Foreign Policy Challenges for Singapore as South East Asia’s Business Hub". - RACHAEL BOON

Malaysia's opposition parties to meet


Two of Malaysia’s main opposition parties will discuss the country's future in the wake of allegations against Prime Minister Najib Razak. PHOTO: EPA

The Democratic Action Party and Parti Keadilan Rakyat are convening a meeting today in parliament to discuss the country’s future following allegations that Prime Minister Najib Razak channelled US$700 million (S$942 million) of state funds into his personal bank accounts through proxies linked to state investor 1Malaysia Development Berhad. They have called on all “progressive MPs”, including those from the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition, to attend. - REME AHMAD