Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Saturday, March 3.
Europe targets US bourbon, bikes, blue jeans for trade riposte
Europe has drawn up a list of US products from bourbon to Harley Davidson motorbikes on which to apply tariffs if US President Donald Trump follows through on a plan to impose global duties on aluminium and steel.
Parliament: Bigger budget vital to deal with terror threat, says Shanmugam
The scourge of terrorism looming over Singapore is the leading force pushing the country to budget 11 per cent more than last year to secure its home front.
Heng Swee Keat asks WP's Sylvia Lim if she will apologise, withdraw allegation on timing of GST hike
Mr Heng has asked the Workers' Party chairman if she would apologise, and withdraw her allegation that the Government deferred the goods and services tax hike because it was trapped by earlier statements it made about having enough funds.
Pinhole camera found in NTU toilet, police investigating
The police told The Straits Times that they received "a call for assistance on a case of insulting the modesty of women in Nanyang Drive" on Thursday.
Steel, aluminium tariffs are an own goal
They will threaten far more jobs than they will save and end up being a tax on US consumers.
Cause of full-day Downtown Line glitch still a mystery to commuters
While the immediate cause of the signalling fault has been resolved, LTA was unable to say what caused this glitch in the equipment.
Supreme Court sets sentencing framework for maid abuse cases
It came after Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon signalled the need to review sentencing benchmarks "upwards" for such offences.
Two winning entries for $12m Toto Hongbao prize
One lucky punter took home half the prize, while the other winning entry - an iToto entry - was split among 28 shares.
Singapore Design Week: Eat and breathe design
Installations and workshops are among the activities you can join to learn about design.
Human limbs found inside belly of Indonesia crocodile: Police
The authorities shot and killed the 6m-long crocodile close to a riverbank where a local palm oil plantation worker had gone missing two days earlier.