Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Wednesday, Dec 18.
Markings being drawn on footpaths to remind e-scooter users of footpath ban: LTA
All nine cycling towns will progressively have markings as part of an effort to step up enforcement of the e-scooter footpath ban.
Investors in failed developer Castlewood Group's Dream resort in Phuket worried about not getting money back
Some investors of the Singapore-based property developer now suspect that they may have fallen prey to a scam.
Man fined $2k for firing 6cm-long nail into colleague's chest in workplace incident
While handling a pneumatic nail gun, a 23-year-old man failed to observe proper safety procedures by leaving his finger on the trigger.
Economic Affairs: The tricky problem of HDB lease decay
Decaying leases on HDB flats are a growing concern with no easy solutions.
Revived Bandar Malaysia project to include a HSR station, says PM Mahathir
Tun Dr Mahathir said although Malaysia and Singapore have yet to finalise details on the stalled HSR project, it would definitely have a stop in Bandar Malaysia.
Group representing security agencies in Singapore dispute security grading system results
The Security Association Singapore said changes made by the Singapore Police Force give a false impression that security firm standards have stagnated.
SGX takes a hit with listings lost to privatisation
24 firms have left this year; 728 securities listed as of last month, down from 750 in 2017.
Britain threatens Brexit cliff-edge to force EU trade deal by December 2020
PM Boris Johnson will use his control of parliament to outlaw any extension of the Brexit transition period beyond 2020 - a move that spooked financial markets.
Tech Life hacks: 4 apps you should know about
These free, lesser-known mobile apps can help make you more productive as well as keep you entertained.