Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Monday, Sept 5.
Singapore aviation firms ramp up hiring to meet increase in flights
Almost all types of airport workers are now in strong demand, amid a tight labour market.
Manpower shortage casts shadow on post-pandemic airline recovery in Asia-Pacific
A lack of workers has left airlines and airports unable to keep up with demand since unrestricted travel resumed late last year.
'Emerging infections are not fiction any more': NCID head Leo Yee Sin on preparing for Disease X
NCID is boosting its clinical, public health and research arms to deal with the next pandemic.
Clementi landslide: Recovery, construction work may take months, says Desmond Lee
The priority has been to mitigate the impact of the slope failure to ensure the safety of workers and the public, said the minister.
WP disciplinary panel to look into Daniel Goh's Facebook posts on Raeesah Khan
Associate Professor Goh said the committee alleged his posts had cast a cloud over the character of the leadership of the party.
10 killed, 15 injured in stabbings in Canada's Saskatchewan; police searching for 2 suspects
There may be additional victims who went to various hospitals by themselves, police said.
UK to name next PM today: Frontrunner Liz Truss vows 'immediate' action to tackle soaring energy bills
The announcement of the next Conservative Party leader, who will become prime minister, will be made later today at 1130GMT (7.30pm Singapore time).
ST Explains: Why cats are banned from HDB flats, and what lifting the ban would take
AVS is conducting a public consultation exercise to improve the welfare and management of the cat population.
LTA, NParks plant a cool idea at bus stops islandwide
150 bus stops will be fitted with green roofs over next two years to reduce ambient heat.