Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Monday, Nov 20.
Video: Learn right lessons from MRT incidents - PM Lee
Major rail disruptions such as the flooding at Bishan and a train collision last week at Joo Koon have shaken public confidence and should not have happened, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the annual People's Action Party convention on Sunday.
News analysis: Importance of two-way trust between PAP and the people
Why did PM Lee choose to focus on trust at this year's PAP convention? There are two big hints in his speech.
Motorists to get new alert to pay tolls at checkpoints
A new system to be implemented at the Tuas and Woodlands checkpoints by next year will help the authorities detect and nab motorists who do not pay their tolls and fees.
Young doctors here feeling burnt-out, says study
A local study has found that medical residents - who are training to be specialists - in Singapore are more burnt-out than their counterparts in the US, and have lower levels of empathy.
Scoot overtakes SilkAir and narrows the gap with SIA in economy market
Booking an economy seat on a Singapore Airlines flight may become more difficult in the future, as the premium carrier takes a back seat so that its budget arm, Scoot, can climb higher.
Erratic lift behaviour plagues residents of premium BTO flats in Boon Keng
Heavy landings, lifts stopping mid-journey and at least 20 breakdowns this year have plagued residents of the new Built-To-Order, premium flats at McNair Towers in Boon Keng since the keys were handed over in August 2016.
Video: Scaling a wall, tackling a gunman... all part of training for elite Emergency Response Teams
The Straits Times' Ng Huiwen experiences first-hand the Emergency Response Teams' tough training, which includes being thrown into rapidly developing terrorist scenarios.
Mystery of shared bikes left by PIE slip road, as firms face challenges to curb errant parking
When shared bicycles are parked indiscriminately, they are normally strewn about in a residential estate or in places where many people would pass through.
Video: The many faces of Alibaba founder Jack Ma
Affectionately known as Papa Ma by Chinese netizens and youngsters, Alibaba founder Jack Ma is now also a recording artist and a gongfu movie star.
Video: The Life Interview with Lim Tit Meng - Champion of science
If you think the chief executive of Science Centre Singapore would be a nerdy fuddy-duddy, you would be wrong.