Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Saturday, May 5.
LTA will open 2-month window for bike-sharing operators to apply for licence; recalcitrant users face 1-year ban
Companies have until July 7 to apply for a licence, while users caught parking indiscriminately three times in a year will face a ban of up to one year from using all bicycle-sharing services.
Kusu Island's beaches and lagoons closed to public after asbestos discovered
The potentially toxic material was however not detected at the island's other main public attractions like the Da Bo Gong (Tua Pek Kong) temple and tortoise sanctuary, which will remain open.
Video: Malaysia election: Mahathir and former ministers Rafidah, Daim attend Melaka rally
The three formidable ex-ministers descended on Melaka state on Friday evening in an opposition rally that drew strong attention on the ground and on Facebook Live.
Video: Donald Trump says Kim Jong Un summit date and venue agreed, announcement soon
“We have a date, we have a location,” the US President told reporters as he also expressed optimism that three Americans held in a North Korean prison would be released soon.
Hit-and-run driver jailed for giving dead ex-colleague's details to Traffic Police instead of his own
Ivan Tan Chun Keng, 32, was sentenced to four months' jail, fined $1,800 and disqualified from driving all classes of vehicles for a year.
Fruit machine addiction turns sour as debts pile up for jackpot gamblers
The statistics show that there are some 51,000 people banned from both casinos and jackpot rooms under family, automatic and third-party exclusion orders.
New minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Masagos Zulkifli has big plans to boost mother tongue
In the first of a series of interviews with 4G ministers, ST speaks to Mr Masagos, who wants to strengthen the Malay network while also forging links with other communities in Singapore.
Video: Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani defends legality of payment to porn star Stormy Daniels
Hours after the US President said his lawyer did not have "his facts straight", Mr Giuliani issued a statement saying the US$130,000 in hush money paid was not an election law violation.
Video: New ways to Karaoke: Customers offered all-in-one entertainment, including arcade games
Karaoke venues piling on the entertainment options is a new phenomenon here, say experts, who add that it is a way to stand out from the competition.
Meghan Markle's father to walk her down aisle at wedding to Britain's Prince Harry
Both the bride-to-be's divorced parents, Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland, would have "important roles" in the wedding at Windsor Castle on May 19.