Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, July 1.
Mustafa founder in legal tussle with stepfamily
The founder of the popular Mustafa Centre, Mr Mustaq Ahmad, is being sued by his step-siblings and their mother, who are seeking a court-ordered account of the affairs and records of Mohamed Mustafa & Samsuddin.
Standard but standout flats that sell for over $1m
Unlike exec apartments and DBSS flats, such pricey standard flats emerged only 2 years ago.
Illegal trade in wildlife: South-east Asia’s tragedy
The hunger for exotic animals to feed appetites for traditional medicines and trophies is rampant in Asia. The Straits Times environment correspondent Audrey Tan and photojournalist Lim Yaohui discover the region's dirty secrets as they go undercover.
Singapore open to exploring security cooperation with Malaysia in waters around Pedra Branca: Ng Eng Hen
"I think... certainly as closest neighbours, collaboration is a win-win and we will look for more opportunities to do things together," he said.
France win 4-3 thriller to send Argentina and Lionel Messi packing: World Cup results and fixtures at a glance
Teenager Kylian Mbappe scored two goals in four minutes to send France charging into the World Cup quarter-finals and Lionel Messi home with a thrilling 4-3 win over Argentina on Saturday.
It Changed My Life: She paddles to help others stay afloat
Irene Chui is full of beans, and for good reason.
A TV, mobile data, a maid - needs or wants for a poor family?
There is no hard and fast rule about what is a need or a want; this has evolved with the pace of Singapore's development.
Football: 'I will never go near any of that again,' vows former match-fixer Gaye Alassane after gaining reprieve over citizenship issue
"I came to Singapore when I was 18, and now I'm 43. That's 25 years, not 25 days. This is my country now, my home. If I had lost my citizenship, I really don't know what I would have done."
Singapore firm's AI machine trumps doctors in diagnostic contest in China
Biomind, an AI machine designed by Singapore firm Hanalytics to diagnose neurological conditions, was pitted against 15 human professionals.
Singapore's ballet scene blossoms
More people, including boys, are taking up ballet, which is being offered at more private dance schools as well as primary and secondary schools.