Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Saturday, July 28.
Stargazers in Singapore catch cosmic event of the century
At 1.13am, the moon began to pass through the Earth's shadow, darkening gradually, although the darkening was not apparent to the naked eye. But at 3.30am, a "blood moon" started to appear.
More children getting help for Internet addiction
Experts urge parents to do more to limit screen time for kids, as behavioural problems surface.
Disabled community, retailers concerned about future restrictions on mobility aids
The disabled community has expressed concerns that restrictions being considered for personal mobility aids could be onerous and cause inconvenience to handicapped and elderly users.
Cuddly mascots to make return at NDP
The mere mention of Singa the Courtesy Lion and Sharity the Elephant provides a guaranteed dose of nostalgia for generations of Singaporeans.
ComfortDelGro buying up to 1,200 hybrid Hyundai cabs
As part of the taxi industry's move away from diesel, cab giant ComfortDelGro Corp will buy up to 1,200 petrol-electric Hyundai Ioniq Hybrids, which will be delivered by the middle of 2019.
Facebook's bad day: Blip or beginning of the end?
For a long time, Facebook seemed invincible. Then Thursday happened.
Too hot to handle: Heatwaves cause death and destruction in Northern Hemisphere
Blistering temperatures, particularly in Europe and East Asia, over the past two weeks have killed dozens of people, triggered wildfires and driven up food and electricity prices.
In The Shadow Of War: Life beyond checkpoints in Southern Thailand
It’s been 14 years since separatist insurgents struck in Thailand’s southern border provinces and special security laws were imposed. But there’s business to be done, art to be produced and a new airport under construction.
askST: Here's how Michelin inspectors award stars
Mr Michael Ellis, the guide's international director and chief inspector, tells The Straits Times how the inspectors do their work.
Footage of late Carrie Fisher to feature in next Star Wars movie
Late actress Carrie Fisher will be featured in the next Star Wars movie, using previously unseen footage she recorded for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Walt Disney studio said.