Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Saturday, June 30.
One dead, four injured in traffic accident at Causeway on Saturday morning
One person died and four were injured in a traffic accident at the Causeway on Saturday.
Malaysia and Indonesia pledge to build on strong bilateral ties
Malaysia and Indonesia have agreed to build on already strong bilateral ties, pledging on Friday to resolve outstanding border issues, enhance protection and welfare for migrant workers and, possibly, revive an old Asean car project.
Global rankings barely capture the work of universities: International expert panel
Current university rankings are too crude as they measure institutions against the same one-size-fits-all criteria, said Education Minister Ong Ye Kung.
17 schools see more than half of places filled after first phase of P1 registration for siblings
Seventeen primary schools have had more than half of their Primary 1 places filled with siblings of current pupils after the first phase of registration.
Anywheel, MoBike, ofo and SG Bike apply for bike-share operating licences
Four bike-share companies - Anywheel, MoBike, ofo, and SG Bike - have submitted their applications to the Land Transport Authority (LTA) for a licence to operate dockless bicycle rental services in Singapore.
David Lee in Russia for the World Cup: Battling Asian teams show they are not just there to make up the numbers
Fearlessness, coaches' tactics and players plying their trade abroad have lifted standards.
PM Lee to be guest of honour at French National Day, in first such distinction for a Singapore leader
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will visit Paris next month and take part in the French National Day parade as guest of honour - the first such distinction granted to a Singapore leader.
Running coach Lexxus Tan arrested amid police probe
At least two police reports made against the 46-year-old over monetary issues.
VIDEO: Maryland shooting shakes local newspapers that cultivate community ties
About two hours after the shooting in a Maryland newspaper office that killed five people on Thursday, a small newsroom in Ogden, Utah received a telephone call from a man asking about the ideological bent of the newspaper.
Japan tucks into food truck boom
Finding a tasty, quick and cheap lunch that isn't from a beef bowl or soba chain in Tokyo's central business district can be a challenge. And while the packed lunches at convenience stores are getting tastier, they're often cold and limited in variety.