Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Monday, May 28.
New mandatory CareShield Life replaces ElderShield in 2020, will offer wider coverage for severely disabled
The government-run scheme will automatically get everyone who is between the ages of 30 and 40 in 2020 to start paying premiums. Future cohorts will join at the age of 30.
VIDEO: Trump sees 'brilliant potential' for North Korea as Singapore summit prep back on track
"Kim Jong Un agrees with me on this. It will happen!" tweeted Mr Trump as US and North Korean officials met at the Panmunjom border truce village on Sunday.
VIDEO: 166 PMD offences in first 15 days since stiffer rules kick in
A Land Transport Authority spokesman said that of the offences committed, 102 will be investigated under the Active Mobility Act which came into effect on May 1.
CareShield Life: A good scheme that engenders social cohesion, but a couple of puzzling points
While some may baulk at another compulsory health insurance programme, ST senior health correspondent Salma Khalik says the move to include all does help solve some of the problems with its predecessor.
'Unconventional' bus stop in Bukit Timah Road an innovative way to overcome land constraints: MOT
The Ministry of Transport was responding to recent online criticism over the bus stop's design, which requires commuters to walk several metres from the shelter to board the bus.
SingHealth to cut off staff access to cloud storage from July 1
The other clusters of public hospitals and clinics in Singapore will also implement similar measures in the coming months amid heightened cyber threats.
Prudential to pay $100 to each customer with May 24 deduction
Prudential said those not affected by the erroneous Giro deductions - a "technical glitch" which hit 22,000 customers - last week will also get the $100.
Malaysian govt evaluating economic implications of cancelling HSR: Economic Affairs Minister
Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali highlighted the importance of having talks with Singapore first to discuss how the RM50 billion (S$16.9 billion) project can be reviewed.
1MDB's S$2.4 billion 'bailout' largest one in Malaysia: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng
Mr Lim was responding to former PM Najib Razak's comments in a Facebook post on Friday that there was no 1MDB bailout by the previous government.