Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Friday, June 15.
Family and feast for Hari Raya Aidilfitri
Hajjah Marseah Bonoh, together with some of her children and grandchildren, cooked up a storm last night at her home in Fajar Road to prepare for today's festivities.
Masagos Zulkifli heartened by Ramadan spirit
The Muslim community in Singapore has shown care and compassion for others in the holy month of Ramadan, and this spirit of giving back can spur it to work together and lift it to greater heights, said Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Masagos Zulkifli.
Football: Fans the true stars as World Cup 2018 kicks off
After days of anticipation, the action at the World Cup finally got under way with Russia set-tling the host nation's nerves by romping home to a 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia yesterday.
Football: A moment to Cherysh for Russia after thrashing Saudi Arabia 5-0 in World Cup opener
After the doom-laden predictions, the joyous start. The hosts kicked off in their lowest ever world ranking and billed as the worst Russian side ever.
Police step up action to curb illegal World Cup gambling
The authorities are stepping up anti-gambling efforts during the World Cup season, which started last night and ends on July 15.
South Korea may need to adjust defence posture to build trust, says Moon Jae In
South Korean President Moon Jae In said his country will "carefully consider" the possibility of suspending joint military drills with the United States, as he acknowledged that a "flexible change" to its defence posture towards the North is necessary to build trust in the denuclearisation process.
North Korean TV broadcast hails Kim Jong Un as 'world leader'
North Korean state television yesterday aired footage of Mr Kim Jong Un's historic summit with President Donald Trump in Singapore, with the report describing Mr Kim as a "prominent world leader" who is revered universally.
Great Singapore Sale deals for the adventure seeker, the laid-back lounger and the glamorous social butterfly
The annual sale season for shoppers seeking good bargains and retail therapy is back for its 25th edition and runs until Aug 12.
Insurers offer carrots to keep IPs as 'last payers'
Excessive claims made against IPs could make the insurers - who are part of the national healthcare insurance network - raise their premiums.
Indomie onigiri is Jakarta's latest social media food fad, after Indomie doughnuts
There is now a new way to eat popular instant noodle brand Indomie, thanks to inspiration from Japan.