Evening Update: Today's headlines from The Straits Times on May 6

Good evening! Catch up on some of the main headlines on Thursday, May 6.


SPH to restructure media business into not-for-profit entity to support quality journalism

It will allow SPH Media to seek funding from public and private sources with a shared interest in supporting quality journalism.

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Serious reactions to Covid-19 vaccinations extremely rare, affecting four in 100,000 in Singapore

There have also been no reports of unusual blood clots associated with low platelets that have been reported with other Covid-19 vaccines overseas.

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Sports activities to be limited to groups of 5 amid phase 2 Covid-19 curbs: Sport Singapore

Wading and play pools at ActiveSG facilities will also be closed from May 8-30.

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Couples scramble after S'pore tightens Covid-19 restrictions on weddings from this weekend

Couples have to decide whether to cut the number of guests or pay for the extra cost of pre-event testing.

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Man, 29, charged after his teenage sister found dead in Clementi flat

Huang Bocan was charged with one count of voluntarily causing grievous hurt to Ms Huang Baoying.

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India sees record Covid-19 deaths, new cases in 24 hours

The tally of known infections has surged past 21 million, boosted by the record 412,262 new cases.

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2 Covid-19 community infections among 18 new cases in S'pore; both are not linked to TTSH cluster

The two community cases are not linked to the Tan Tock Seng Hospital cluster.

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Video of large group of South Asian passengers at Changi Airport 'misleading', was taken before travel ban

CAAS clarified that "no flights from South Asia had arrived at Terminal 1 in the early afternoon of Wednesday".

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21 million-dollar HDB resale flats sold in April as overall prices rise for 10th straight month

Experts said the return to Covid-19 phase two curbs will help underpin demand.

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Driving students turned away as their TraceTogether records show close proximity with Covid-19 cases

Those whose lessons fall within 14 days from date of "possible exposure" are encouraged to cancel them online.

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