Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Saturday, Oct 28.
VIDEO: Spain sacks Catalan government after independence declaration, calls snap election
A new regional election will be held in Catalonia on Dec 21, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said in a televised address on a day of high drama.
VIDEO: Maids seen doing work, balanced on scaffolding
Sheltered from the rain by the roof ledge, the women were seen balancing gingerly on a narrow temporary scaffolding, while seemingly sanding the walls of a two-storey Cluny Park house without helmets, workboots and protective gear.
Private home prices finally head north
The private residential market seems to have turned the corner in the third quarter, with prices heading higher after almost four years of decline.
First of 12 new trains with LTA's black, red and green livery delivered to Jurong Port
The remaining six-car trains will progressively arrive here from now till the end of 2018. They will operate on the North-South-East-West Line (NSEWL).
Myanmar detains Singapore, Malaysia journalists on assignment for Turkish state TV
The journalists were questioned at a police station in Myanmar's capital Naypyitaw for flying a drone near the parliament compound.
Commentary: The hoarder's anguish and inability to discard things
Hoarding is a condition that is difficult to treat, and the authorities often have no right to intervene, even if angry neighbours complain, since a man's home is his castle.
New hotels by big chains opening in Singapore
It has been opening season here for hotels in the past month, in particular, for big chains.
Singapore-founded gaming firm Razer to launch up to $750m HK IPO on Oct 30
The company, which is based in Singapore and the United States, will offer shares in an indicative range of HK$2.93 (S$0.51) to HK$4 each, according to reports.
Peep into Haw Par Villa's death museum
Singapore's first death museum is set to open its gates at theme park Haw Par Villa this weekend.
VIDEO: Eleven and friends hang out at Toa Payoh's dragon playground in latest Stranger Things promo
After teasing viewers with a clip of Yishun for the second season of its hit series Stranger Things in March, Netflix Singapore has returned with a gritty shot of Eleven and her friends at no less than the familiar Toa Payoh dragon playground.