Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Monday, March 12.
Delays expected when testing of new MRT signalling system extends to normal hours: Khaw Boon Wan
There are plans to extend testing of the new signalling system on the NSEWL to revenue hours when passengers are on board.
Chinese President Xi Jinping secures free rein to extend rule indefinitely
The amendment to the Chinese Constitution to abolish term limits on the president garnered an overwhelming 99.79 per cent of the vote.
Help for airlines at Changi when higher airport charges kick in
Authorities intend to roll out an aid package, which could take the form of discounts on aircraft parking and landing fees, on July 1.
Commentary: Meeting Kim Jong Un will be Donald Trump's acid test
Mr Trump has been consistently underestimated. Always a showman, meeting with Mr Kim will give him the sort of grand stage he thrives on.
Did dinosaurs once roam Singapore?
Possible dinosaur claw and footprints have been uncovered by an NTU geologist at a rocky shore habitat on Sentosa.
Lift pits teeming with life - and lost items
Cats, snakes, dead rats as well as car keys, cellphones and even a birthday card are some of the things technicians have found beneath lifts.
Dual exposures: How spaces are transformed and shared in Singapore
With space commonly shared and used for different purposes in land-scarce Singapore, ST captures the transformations that can occur in a space within a single day.
Police investigating after 3-year-old girl suffers 'horrific bruise' on ear while in pre-school
The Early Childhood Development Agency said it is aware of the case and has reached out to the girl's parent to provide any necessary assistance.
Woman hit by e-scooter in Bedok, taken to hospital with head injuries
Ms Goh Lay Yong had just stepped off the overhead bridge when an e-scooter hit her from behind. She lost consciousness and woke up in an ambulance.
Gift of books by Singapore authors for schools to boost local literary arts
The latest effort by the National Arts Council will be the first to gift schools nationwide home-grown books in all four official languages.