The Straits Times' News In A Minute: June 14, 2016

City Harvest Church's new album tops charts; National Environment Agency suspends Prata Wala's licence for cockroach infestation; man apologies for comments against Pink Dot.

In The Straits Times' News In Minute today, we look at:

* City Harvest Church's new album featuring church co-founder Sun Ho currently tops Singapore's iTunes charts, and the first run of the physical album is sold out. 

* The National Environment Agency is suspending Prata Wala's licence from next Tuesday to July 4 because of cockroach infestation.

* Netizen Bryan Lim, who asked for 'permission to open fire' in a Facebook post on the page of a group opposed to the annual Pink Dot lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rally, has apologised, saying it was a misunderstanding and that his comments were taken out of context.