This week's top reads from The Straits Times

Good evening! Catch up on some of the week's top reads.


S'pore has to tighten Covid-19 measures promptly if needed to curb spread, avoid second circuit breaker: PM Lee

"We are watching our own situation, and it can easily, quickly, turn bad again," he said.

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Seven new Covid-19 cases in the community, three linked to Tan Tock Seng Hospital cluster

There were 34 new coronavirus cases confirmed on Saturday.

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Good chance S'pore can achieve 6% growth this year: PM Lee

Singapore's economic outlook going forward has brightened considerably.

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Diving: Team Singapore give peek into strict Covid protocols at Fina Diving World Cup

Allocated training sessions, limited movement outside of their hotel rooms and no food deliveries at Tokyo event.

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Fragile beauty: How Dale Chihuly's glass sculptures came from the US to S'pore

The show is the famed American glass artist's first major garden exhibition in Asia.

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The best Ipoh curry chee cheong fun in S'pore

The dish is very common in Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur and still rarely found in Singapore.

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New plant-based labs, products heat up alternative meat sector

A growing number of manufacturing facilities are setting up here and new products continue to flood the market.

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Fashion fades but style is eternal: 8 vogue items which have stood the test of time

Trends come and go with the seasons, but true style always finds a permanent place on vanities and in hearts. 

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