Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, Feb 11.
Workers' Party to elect new secretary-general on April 8, in time for opening of Parliament
For the first time in nearly two decades, Mr Low Thia Khiang - who announced he was stepping down as party chief last November - will not be at the helm of the opposition, when the second half of this parliamentary term begins.
Kim Jong Un invites South Korean President Moon to visit North Korea at 'earliest date' possible
The invitation was personally delivered on Saturday by Mr Kim's younger sister Yo Jong, who visited Seoul as a special envoy of the North Korean leader.
MHA says not possible to remove immigration checks for departing travellers
Singapore's Ministry of Home Affairs was responding to a proposal by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak for a single checkpoint at the Johor Causeway to improve traffic flow.
VIDEO: It Changed My Life: Dr Goh Wei Leong switched from Maserati to charity after Mongolia trip
The co-founder of healthcare charity HealthServe, who was crowned The Straits Times Singaporean Of The Year earlier this week, lived the good life until a humanitarian trip brought a shift in focus.
VIDEO: Are sugar substitutes the answer to Singapore's war on diabetes?
From pad thai to pork ribs, the Health Promotion Board is hoping that chefs will go easy on sugar. But how far will this go in an industry where flavour is king and sugar often plays a major role?
VIDEO: At least 19 killed, 60 injured as bus topples over in Hong Kong; driver arrested
Images from the scene showed rescuers trying to reach passengers trapped inside the bus, which lay on its side with part of its roof torn off near the town of Tai Po in the northern New Territories.
SingPost dismisses postman who threw away returned letters, direct mail
A SingPost spokesman said the incident occurred at a condominium last Wednesday. “His action is a serious failure of duty. We do not condone this and he has since been dismissed."
VIDEO: Lunch With Sumiko: Mark Shaw has the will to make Orchard Road great
Mr Shaw, who chairs the business body of Singapore's premier shopping precinct, thinks it can be done - if the political will is there.
MRT turning the corner, but full recovery some way off
Like a single cockroach in a bowl of cherries, one major breakdown can spoil commuters' perceptions of the entire rail network. Improvement works in recent years, however, are beginning to rid the network of those 'cockroaches'.
VIDEO: Aerial aerobatics dazzle crowds at the Singapore Airshow as it opens to the public
The crowds braved the heat and were duly rewarded with aerial aerobatics at the Singapore Airshow, which opened to the public on Saturday.