Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Monday, March 5.
Drivers now deployed on Singapore's driverless MRT trains to improve reliability
SBS Transit started manning every North-East Line train last October, while SMRT is also doing the same for the Circle Line.
Grant to promote flexible work arrangements enhanced and extended: Josephine Teo
The scheme to fund companies is part of a Government bid to better help women achieve both career and family aspirations.
Drawing more from reserves for healthcare needs will soon deplete precious nest egg: PM Lee
"An ageing society and healthcare is not a rainy day. It is an 'everyday need money' day. It's a long-term trend," said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Chinese developer and Marina Bay Sands going to trial over $3.5 million gambling debt
MBS had earlier won summary judgment to recover the debt comprising $2.98 million plus interest from Mr Luo Shandong, who appealed.
China defends lifting of presidential term limit
Vice-Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui said removing term limits will safeguard the Chinese Communist Party's authority.
Malaysia Parliament set to make two key changes seen favouring ruling BN coalition before polls
One is the drawing up of new electoral boundaries, the other a "fake news" legislation that could be used to weaken the opposition's election campaign.
Veteran blues musician and funnyman Siva Choy dies aged 70, tributes pour in
Known for penning the 1991 Singlish rap classic Why U So Like Dat?, he died on Sunday after suffering two strokes.
Hollywood braced for best picture photo finish at Oscars
Will it be The Shape Of Water, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Get Out or Dunkirk to win the coveted prize?
Companies linked to Yolo Run still dogged by unpaid bills and debts
The poorly-organised run ended more than three months ago, but some suppliers allege they have unpaid bills.
Golf: Michelle Wie wins HSBC event in dramatic fashion with birdie on 18th for one-shot victory
The US golf star finished with a winning total of 17-under 271 at the Sentosa Golf Club to end a four-year wait for her fifth LPGA Tour title.