SINGAPORE - Catch up on the hottest topics on The Straits Times' weekday talk show.
The Big Story, broadcast every weekday at 5.30pm on Facebook and YouTube, has reporters and senior editors discussing the top stories of the day.
The show is helmed by multimedia correspondent Hairianto Diman and assistant video editor Olivia Quay, and airs live from ST's digital studio.
Multi-label retailer Naiise, once the biggest platform for local designers, is winding up.
It stopped operations late Wednesday night (April 14), after years of payment delays to its vendors.
In a Facebook post early Thursday morning, Naiise founder Dennis Tay announced the decision to liquidate the firm.
Meanwhile, correction directions - under the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (Pofma) - have been issued to opposition politician Goh Meng Seng and the Singapore Uncensored website, over unsubstantiated claims linking Covid-19 vaccination to adverse reactions.
Under Singapore's fake news law, parties who have received correction directions will be required to carry a correction notice alongside their posts.
Both Mr Goh and Singapore Uncensored have complied with the correction directions.
And don't miss our Life Picks segment. Journalist Jan Lee reviews a new South Korean sci-fi action film Seo Bok that is opening in cinemas on Thursday, while food editor Tan Hsueh Yun explains why Cafe de Nicole's Flower at 224 Telok Kurau Road is so Instagrammable.
Lastly, travel correspondent Clara Lock shares more about Singapore e-commerce platforms that allow customers to buy food from all over the world.