Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Monday, June 4.
Burning question over North Korea's extent of denuclearisation
For two days, the burning question at the Shangri-La Dialogue was whether countries would be willing to accept a lesser outcome than a complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearisation of North Korea.
Beijing's stance comes after US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He concluded two days of talks on trade issues.
Industry players say there were around three defect inspection companies in 2015, which has grown to more than 10 today due to low barriers of entry.
Nominees should have rendered distinguished public service, brought honour to Singapore, or have distinguished themselves in their respective fields.
Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said as PMDs and bicycles are increasingly used in first- and last-mile connectivity, more needs to be done to educate users and promote responsible riding.
Tracking Trump-Kim ties: In their own words
From trading barbs to sitting down for talks in Singapore on June 12, we look at how the Trump-Kim relationship has evolved.
Respected constitutional lawyer Tommy Thomas has been named by the Pakatan Harapan government to replace the incumbent, but the selection of a non-Malay has not gone down well.
No need for chemotherapy in many breast and lung cancers, major studies show
The two major studies show that many people with breast and lung cancers may forgo chemotherapy and still live longer.
21-year-old woman gang-raped and found dead after 4 men filmed carrying her out of Thai nightclub
CCTV footage showed the quartet carrying the unconscious victim - who was believed to have been drugged or drunk - out the pub and placing her in the back of a pickup truck. They were arrested last week.
Chen, 28, is said to have committed his first offence against the girl in 2014 when she was 13. She allegedly performed oral sex on him at a staircase landing.