Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Oct 3

Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Monday, Oct 3.


Formula 1: Red Bull's Sergio Perez wins S'pore Grand Prix

Stewards cleared him of a safety car infringement an hour after he claimed the chequered flag.

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F1 concerts draw biggest audience numbers in 3 years in Singapore

The Padang Stage saw massive crowds not seen since the last Singapore Grand Prix in 2019.

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Chaos before stampede delivered disaster to Indonesia football fans

Those who managed to get out emerged carrying lifeless bodies out of the stadium.

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I feared for our lives: Alam Shah recounts Indonesia football stint following stadium stampede

"It was only a matter of time before something tragic like this happened," said the ex-national striker.

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Ukraine reclaims full control from Russia of logistics hub, expects more gains

Russia likely experienced heavy casualties during the withdrawal.

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Some major pre-school players to raise fees in 2023

Major chains are set to raise monthly charges by up to 11%.

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Police issue warning on surge in phishing scams involving Singpass

Victims received SMSes indicating that their Singpass accounts had been or would be deactivated.

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StanChart the latest lender to up terms of account; offers up to 4.88%

Customers can now also earn interest for balances of up to $100,000, compared with $80,000 previously.

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Reminders to 'hold on to the handrail' in Chinese dialects at some MRT stations

It is one of the measures to make public transport more inclusive in an ageing society.

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Seeing beyond what meets the eye in wildlife conservation

The use of technology can help conservationists better respond to the needs of wild animals on the brink of extinction.

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