Evening Update: Today's headlines from The Straits Times on June 11

Good evening! Catch up on some of the main headlines on Friday, June 11.


Jewel to reopen on June 14; Changi Airport to roll out breathalyser tests for workers

The new, non-invasive test will gradually be scaled up to replace antigen rapid tests for more airport workers.

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S'pore firm under probe for illegal mask manufacturing, repackaging

Health Sciences Authority advises public to stop using masks with the Vision Empire Healthcare brand.

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MOM orders unloading work on vessel at Jurong Port to stop after man falls from 15m height

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3 unlinked Covid-19 community cases among 9 new infections in Singapore

The new cases take Singapore's total tally to 62,245.

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2 eateries closed, 77 park users fined for Covid-19 breaches as enforcement stepped up

Steamov Steamboat Buffet Restaurant will be closed for 30 days and The Starz Bistro for 10 days.

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Umno chief meets Malaysian King, proposes ending emergency and reconvening Parliament

"This is to ensure the country's democratic system is defended," Mr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said.

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The 3Cs of racism: Ceca, Covid-19 and culture clash

Fighting racism means calling it out in public and online, says associate editor Chua Mui Hoong.

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Second Covid-19 breathalyser system approved in Singapore

These fast tests will facilitate safe travel arrangements and screenings at large-scale events.

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Naked man seen climbing on car, riding motorcycle without helmet arrested

He is also being investigated for other offences, such as public nuisance and possible traffic violations.

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6½ years' jail for driver who sped with eyes closed, crashed into maid and left her to die

Sy Yong Da will be disqualified from holding all classes of driving licences for a period of 10 years upon his release from prison.

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