Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, Jan 28.
More home-based care options likely for seniors
A new offering is now under study: assisted living facilities or services, Health Minister Gan Kim Yong disclosed in an interview with The Sunday Times.
2.8m tapeworm found in Singapore patient who had no symptoms
The tapeworm that grew in the gut of a patient here was so long that it was at least one and a half times his height.
Video: Baby saved after pregnant mum died in accident: Dad thanks medical team in heart-felt video
Mr Dave Yuen, 26, lost his six-month pregnant wife on May 13 last year after she was hit by a lorry in Jurong West Avenue 1.
Talking succession: Passing remarks on PM front runners spark discussion
In Singapore, where political succession planning is traditionally a structured and low-key exercise, recent public remarks highlight just how unusual the current situation is.
Is collective sale fever cooling?
Sellers' unrealistic expectations, coupled with more state land coming on the market and the prospect of higher development charges, may be cooling the fever, analysts said.
Video: New malls to check out in JB: Paradigm Mall and biggest Ikea store in South-east Asia
There are now more reasons to make a trip across the Causeway, given the new attractions that have opened in Johor Baru recently.
Lunch With Sumiko: Why can't Singapore produce a Tash Aw?
This is a question the acclaimed Malaysian author gets a lot - and it leaves him bewildered.
Social mobility, ageing are Singapore's big challenges: Tharman
"They will be with us for a long while. They are not one-off challenges, not challenges for 10 or 15 years. They are challenges for decades to come," DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam said in an interview with Insight.
In Davos, the global elite ponders on income inequality, lack of trust in leaders
A much-talked about Oxfam study showed that 82 per cent of the wealth generated last year went to the richest 1 per cent of the global population while the poorest half saw no increase at all.