The Straits Times' News In A Minute: May 3, 2016

Today's top news headlines: Trial starts for man who allegedly raped woman 3 times in 3 places in 20 minutes; building plans to include convenience and safety for cyclists and pedestrians from July; SDP's Chee Soon Juan questions PAP leaders' remarks

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

* In a span of 20 minutes, 26-year-old Lim Choon Beng allegedly raped a 24-year-old woman three times at three different spots along Martin Road in the wee hours of Chinese New Year eve 2013. 

* From July this year, building developers will have to factor in the "safety, convenience and accessibility" of pedestrians and cyclists into their designs. 

* Singapore Democratic Party chief Chee Soon Juan says that recent remarks by People's Action Party (PAP) leaders have left him wondering who his opponent is in the Bukit Batok by-election.