Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Saturday, June 9.
Food celebrity Anthony Bourdain found dead at 61
Anthony Bourdain coined the term "hipster hawker" at the inaugural World Street Food Congress, which was held in Singapore in 2013.
Important for the world to help peace process through Trump-Kim summit: K. Shanmugam
With Singapore seven hours away by flight from the Korean peninsular and about 20 minutes by missiles, any incident in that region will affect the country badly, said Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam.
Trump-Kim summit facts: From A to Z
What do burgers and an envelope have to do with the Trump-Kim summit?
Allies confront Trump with trade numbers in tense G-7 summit
US President Donald Trump countered a slew of trade numbers from US allies with his own, different data, holding firm to his position that the United States was at a disadvantage, an official at a G-7 summit said as consensus eluded the group’s leaders.
GBikes ceasing bicycle-sharing service from July 7
Singapore's bicycle-sharing sector is seeing its first casualty, amid stiff competition and a new licensing regime for operators taking effect on July 7.
Raids and forensics help taxman recover $35m from tax scams
Tax scams may be getting more sophisticated, but this did not stop the taxman from recovering $35 million in taxes and penalties last year from cheats.
Many HDB residents say no to bigger dogs in flats
A study aimed at convincing the authorities to let bigger dogs be rehomed in Housing Board flats has hit a glitch when more than half of Singaporeans and permanent residents polled indicated they are unwilling to share common space with larger dogs.
Mall apologises for toilet sign barring construction workers, threatening $107 fine
Mall owner M+S said the sign had been reworded, deleting the threat of a fine, and that no worker had been fined.
Firefighter injured in scrap metal plant blaze
A firefighter from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) sustained burns while fighting a fire at a scrap metal plant at Sungei Kadut on Friday.
Murdered Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu case: Malaysia may commute killer's death sentence
Malaysia may commute the death sentence handed down to a former police commando convicted of the gruesome murder of a Mongolian woman, so that the man could return home from Australia, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said.