The Straits Times' News In A Minute: May 13, 2016

Today's top news headlines: Get-well wishes pour in for Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, a man gets 4½ years for cheating company and victims of $520,000 and a Singaporean wins the Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition.

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

* Ministers, Members of Parliament and Singaporeans continue to send wishes to Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat today, a day after he collapsed from a stroke. 

* Undischarged bankrupt Wong Kok Keong was sentenced to 4½ years' jail today for making his victims believe that he was the brother of former Deputy Prime Minister Wong Kan Seng, cheating them of $520,000.  

* Singaporean conductor Wong Kah Chun beat 13 competitors from around the world to win the first prize at the prestigious Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition held in Bamberg, Germany on Thursday.