Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Friday, June 28.
Property and shipping players welcome drive for transactions to go digital
The move to review the Electronic Transactions Act and allow property transactions to go digital will benefit developers and landlords, observers said.
Kovan double murder: Ex-cop on death row wants lawyers to face disciplinary tribunal
Iskandar Rahmat, a 14-year veteran in the police force, stabbed to death a 67-year-old businessman in his home in 2013 as well as his 42-year-old son.
Japan and China vow to be 'eternal neighbours' at Xi-Abe summit meeting in Osaka
Mr Xi became the first Chinese President to visit Japan in almost nine years.
More unified approach to rail operations could work better
Merging SMRT's and SBS Transit's operations to have a single rail operator in talent-scarce Singapore makes sense, says ST senior transport correspondent Christopher Tan.
Trump warns of Plan B on China trade: Billions of dollars more in tariffs
US President Donald Trump said this would happen if there is no progress on a trade deal after his planned meeting with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the G-20 Summit.
Singapore and Japan reaffirm excellent relations
PM Lee Hsien Loong welcomed the Japanese G-20 Presidency's efforts to strengthen engagement between the G-20 heavyweights and the wider United Nations membership.
Apple's second Singapore store to open at Jewel Changi Airport on July 13
Apple said that some brand new programming will be developed exclusively for visitors to the new Jewel store.
'We only want to sell our oil,' Iran official says before nuclear talks
Iran is threatening to go over the maximum amount of enriched uranium it is allowed in retaliation for crippling US economic sanctions imposed in the past year.
E-scooter rider admits knocking into toddler on fourth storey of shopping mall
The three-year-old child was hit on the forehead by the e-scooter and fell backwards, striking his head on the floor.
Fried chicken fashion: KFC teams up with local designer Thomas Wee for new streetwear-style uniforms
Wee said he was mainly inspired by American baseball and KFC's heritage.