Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Tuesday, Sept 6.
Liz Truss is Britain's next prime minister after winning Tory vote
Overpromising poses challenges for Britain's next PM Liz Truss
The incoming UK leader inherits a country plagued by strikes, high inflation and dispute with EU, says global affairs correspondent Jonathan Eyal.
AMK, Tampines BTO projects most popular in August launch; demand for PLH flats dampens
Prices range from $535,000 to $676,000 for a four-room flat, and $720,000 to $877,000 for a five-room flat.
Clementi landslide: PUB distributing flood bags and flood barriers as precautionary measure
These flood protection devices can be set up quickly during heavy rain, to prevent floodwaters from entering homes.
Passengers from Singapore and Malaysia unable to board after cruise is overbooked
All affected guests will receive a full refund and a complimentary cruise, said a Resorts World Cruises spokesman.
Two women punched, kicked by strangers at Marquee nightclub; police probing attack
"I was in shock the entire time and could not remember who the attackers were," said one of the victims.
ST Explains: How retirees can better manage healthcare insurance premiums in their old age
S'pore aiming to have emissions reach net-zero by 2050
It is also deciding whether to raise its 2030 climate target to support the longer-term goal.
One suspect in Canadian stabbings found dead, the other still wanted
The suspects, who are brothers, had been charged with murdering 10 people and wounding 19 in a stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan.
Military drills shine spotlight on US-China competition in the region
Recent China-Thailand joint air force exercises have put the spotlight on Bangkok's close military ties with Beijing at a time when the US and China are competing for influence in the region, says Danson Cheong.