Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Saturday, June 2.
Trump says June 12 Singapore summit with North Korea's Kim is back on
US President Donald Trump emerged after a more than hour-long Oval Office meeting with Kim Yong Chol – a top envoy from Pyongyang – saying that the summit will go ahead in Singapore as originally planned.
Cracks on Adam Road traced to water pressure
The Land Transport Authority said the cracks, which appeared right next to a huge excavation to build an underpass which will be part of the Bukit Brown road, were caused by water pressure that had built up because of heavy rain.
Singapore still incurring costs on HSR as it awaits KL clarification: Khaw
Malaysia said Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad will personally handle negotiations with Singapore, and that it is not completely shutting the door on the proposed 350km link.
Possible photo-ops and new locations emerge as date for Trump-Kim summit draws near
A photo opportunity is being planned for American president Donald Trump and Mr Kim in the Marina Bay area, sources have told The Straits Times. The location of the planned summit is still under wraps.
Singapore, India to deepen economic, defence ties
Singapore and India will soon launch a third round of discussions to update a key bilateral economic pact and will consider expanding their air services agreement to cater to the growing demand for air connectivity.
40% of private-hire car drivers - or 23,900 - without vocational licence one month before deadline
There are 56,300 private-hire car drivers on the roads currently but a significant number may have to stop picking up passengers in a month's time.
askST: Can live maggots or insects be found in canned food?
Safety guidelines allow low levels of contamination, but consumers must also play their part by adopting good food safety practices when buying, handling and cooking.
Police have reviewed screening processes after two officers found to be secret society members
On Thursday, a senior staff sergeant attached to Ang Mo Kio Division admitted in a district court to being a senior member of a secret society, and the headman of a motorcycle gang.
Former senior VP of HSBC pleads guilty to cheating victims, including her relatives, of over $5 million
She cheated five people - four of whom were her relatives - of over $5.2 million in a scam that spanned 12 years to fund a gambling habit.
Augmented reality in Little India, Muslim family recipes, Eurasian stories and a theatrical walk through Chinatown
If Singaporeans ever need a refresher on the layers of culture that shape the nation's identity and destiny, a jaunt to the four main heritage centres during the school holidays this month is a perfect time to do so.