Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Sunday, July 8.
Developers wooing homebuyers with more discounts, in wake of cooling measures
Some are also raising commissions to get agents to bring buyers to their launches, in anticipation of buying sentiment being hit by higher Additional Buyer's Stamp Duty rates and tighter loan limits.
KL will 'keep to our end of bargain' on water accord: Lim Guan Eng
Malaysia will abide by its agreements with Singapore, asserted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng, despite the Mahathir administration calling into question these accords mere days after taking power.
Lunch With Sumiko: Lim Guan Eng never expected to be Malaysia's Finance Minister in his 'wildest dreams'
He has a casual, down-to-earth manner, honed from more than 30 years in opposition politics. But there's no mistaking something no-nonsense about him.
Thai cave rescue: Over 100 shafts drilled into mountain, as rescuers race against time before expected rains set in
Rescuers are trying to establish new ways to extract the boys from above if the underground chambers flood.
England beat Sweden 2-0 to reach first semi-final since 1990: World Cup results and fixtures at a glance
England will meet Croatia in the semi-finals after the latter beat Russia 4-3 in a dramatic penalty shootout on Saturday.
Low COE prices could drive more to scrap cars prematurely
With the drop in COE prices, motorists who bought their cars between 2014 and 2016 - when premiums were as high as $90,000 - are finding it more attractive to switch to a new ride now.
It Changed My Life: Transplant survivor in med school to pay it forward
Mark Goh is relieved, having just finished his final exams as a first-year student at Duke-NUS Medical School.
Elaborate scams target Australia's Chinese
International students and members of the Chinese community in Australia are being targeted by expanding and increasingly elaborate scams with some of the victims cheated out of as much as A$500,000 ( S$505,000) each.
Mrs Wee Kim Wee, wife of late Singapore president, dies at age 102
The wife of late Singapore president Wee Kim Wee - known for her warmth, grace and culinary skills - died on Saturday, two days after turning 102.
Growing range of local farm produce in Singapore
Local vegetables, fruit, seafood, poultry and dairy products are harvested and go straight from farms to supermarket shelves and restaurant tables within a day.