Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, March 11.
Eight-day Budget debate put focus on Singapore's future and 4G leaders
Analysts and observers give their take on the quality of the debate, as well as on the performance of the PAP's and WP's 4G leaders.
Important for Govt to remove any doubt about timing of GST hike to protect its integrity: Chee Hong Tat
Mr Chee explained that the issue could later be used for political attacks, including at the next general election.
Iconic buildings up for sale: Time to bid adieu to faded landmarks?
Four post-independence landmarks might soon disappear from Singapore's skyline. The Sunday Times speaks to the people whose lives are enmeshed with the buildings.
Do you know what your 11-year-old is doing?
The recent court cases of underage sex and abuse highlight the issue of kids' easy access to Internet and the need for sex education.
RSAF makes a landing at the HDB Hub in Toa Payoh this weekend to mark its golden jubilee
Visitors will be treated to static displays of aircraft and weapon systems, as well as photo-taking booths with different animated backgrounds.
Lunch With Sumiko: Hawker Chan and his lucky star
Chan Hon Meng of Michelin star fame says luck has played a big role in his life. But hard work, a unique product and not being greedy have also been important factors.
It Changed My Life: Domestic violence moved her to help disadvantaged women
Once a successful headhunter, Carrie Tan overcame a failed marriage to start a social enterprise that helps underprivileged women in India.
Donald Trump says North Korea agrees not to test missiles ‘through meetings’
Seeking to rally international support for a potential summit, the US President said he believed that North Korea would honour their agreement.
Hong Kong goes to polls in crunch vote for democrats
Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp will try to claw back lost seats as polls opened early Sunday in controversial by-elections that have exposed the heart of the city's political divide.
Bangkok's under-the-radar markets still serving street food
With the street food ban taking hold of many well-loved food alleys, check out these markets that cater to locals and are not yet on the tourist radar.