Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Sunday, Jan 13.
His final gift of love: Her boyfriend was dying but she still said yes to marriage
Ms Koh Soh Kuan, whose hospital bedside engagement party with her terminally ill boyfriend touched many, opens up about the man she loves.
Singapore can be global hub for bridging cultures: Heng Swee Keat
With globalisation, Singaporeans are more likely to gain an advantage in cross-border negotiations, said Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat.
Saudi woman who fled family is welcomed as 'brave new Canadian' in Toronto
The 18-year-old Saudi woman, who fled her family this week saying she feared for her life, was welcomed as a brave new Canadian when she arrived in Toronto.
Still some way to go to achieve zero-waste aim in Singapore: Observers
The comments come after Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli launched a campaign to get Singapore to become a zero-waste nation.
Looking back 700 years in Singapore's history to glean lessons for the future
Singapore's history reminds us that threats to our survival remain, but should also instil confidence that we'll thrive, says ST News Editor Zakir Hussain.
Residents of turtle and tortoise museum move to new digs in Yishun
About 500 animals of The Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum bade farewell to their Chinese Garden abode of more than 15 years and moved to a new home.
Nun who counselled 'holy wives' of child murderer Adrian Lim was asked, 'How could you help them?'
A short film on the nun who counselled inmates facing the gallows sheds new light on the last days of two "holy wives" in the Adrian Lim child murders.
Drug kingpin El Chapo spied on his wife and mistress
Text messages El Chapo sent to his wife and mistress painted a portrait of the crime lord as a man who relied on the women in his life to help him conduct daily operations.
7 tips on funding your children's education
Concerned about funding your children's tertiary education? Plan early and maximise returns even as you minimise risks.
Clean start to the year: How to keep your home spick and span
With the new year in full swing and Chinese New Year coming up, here are some tips on how you can keep your home clean.