Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Dec 6

Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Sunday, Dec 6.


SIA, other firms look to build on existing vaccine handling capabilities

Significant volumes of Covid-19 vaccines are set to pass through Changi Airport.

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Bangladeshi worker who beat Covid-19 after 5-month battle in S'pore longs to go home

Mr Raju Sarker, who was case 42, has yet to hold his son Safun, who was born in March.

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Condo builds around Geylang terraced houses as owners refuse to sell

The condo developer worked closely with the architects to design three distinct blocks around the unusual site.

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Walking through history: Top 5 heritage trails in Singapore

Four Life reporters road-tested 19 heritage trails, and these are their picks of the best routes – and must-sees – to check out.

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All I want for Christmas this year... is a tree

Demand for real trees is outstripping supply amid Covid-19 travel curbs and shipment delays.

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Ensure estates like Toa Payoh or Marine Parade are not beyond the reach of the low-income

Inequity crops up when owners of subsidised flats sell at a huge profit, shutting out the less well-off and creating enclaves for the rich, says Enterprise editor Li Xueying.

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Hong Kong's tai-tai dance clubs blamed for large cluster of Covid-19 cases

More than 600 cases have been linked to the clubs, nearly 10% of all infections there.

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S'porean who went to Indonesia under Business Travel Pass among 12 imported Covid-19 cases

Prior to hospitalisation, he went to work at ASL Shipyard but did not interact with his colleagues.

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Five stocks you wish you had bought in 2020

Among this year's best performers on the S'pore market are non-STI constituents, highlighting need to look beyond the stock benchmark.

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Meet the people getting 'ugly' food onto plates and away from the bin

Join volunteers as they swoop in to give produce a second lease of life.

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