Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, Feb 18.
Pearl Bank Apartments likely to be demolished despite calls to conserve building
The iconic building - sold to developer CapitaLand in a collective sale on Feb 13 - will likely not be conserved despite the wishes of heritage lovers and the Singapore architect who designed it.
Expect to pay a lot more to watch World Cup in Singapore: Experts
Analysts predict Singapore football fans can expect a sharp jump from the $112 they paid four years ago if they want to watch this year's live telecast of the World Cup.
Video: On a mission to remove wheelchair roadblocks in the CBD
The Disabled People's Association is spearheading a project to map out wheelchair-friendly routes in the CBD, as it finds the area has too many steps and escalators.
Prime mover accident along Jurong Town Hall Road leads to man being charged with murder
One of the prime mover's passengers, 31-year-old Saravanan Arimuram, was charged in court with murdering the driver between 5.30pm and 5.48pm on Thursday.
Commentary: Inequality is a threat - name it, and face it
Singapore must not become a society where people feel the system is stacked against them, favouring a minority, writes Opinion Editor Chua Mui Hoong.
An evolving Singapore Chinese identity: Journey to the West - and now, the East
The Chinese Singaporean of today continues to indulge in local hawker fare and mark Chinese New Year by tossing yusheng - but has the identity evolved into a completely different entity? Insight investigates.
It Changed My Life: He gave up Microsoft job to give kids Room To Read
A visit to a Nepal village school spurred former Microsoft senior executive John Wood to pursue a dream to "reverse the lottery of life" for children denied education in Asia and Africa.
9 ways to get kids to save their hongbao windfall
Children love getting red packets containing money at this time of the year, but the tradition also presents canny adults with a golden opportunity to educate them on money matters.
Video: Therapy dog trained to obey commands in Hokkien gives special kind of puppy love
Button is no ordinary visitor but a grey and white miniature schnauzer on a mission to bring cheer and comfort to the dying at Assisi Hospice.