Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, March 18.
Asean and Australia sign deal to combat terrorism together
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull warned that terrorists are using digital technology in innovative ways to finance, plan and conduct their attacks.
Bad launderette behaviour just won't wash
With no staff on hand, 24-hour self-service launderettes are a magnet for homeless people, couples who use the space as a dating spot and a "playground" for kids.
Young and pregnant: Two abortions by the age of 16
Now 23 and a mum, Michelle Lim talks about the need to raise awareness of support avenues for teenagers who get pregnant.
Lease for Chinese Garden turtle museum to be extended, owner says
The extension by NParks will give Connie Tan more time to relocate her Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum, which is due to be evicted at the end of March.
Commentary: Airbnb rules, Singapore-style
With the Government soon to publicly share its proposed short-term rental rules, Opinion editor Chua Mui Hoong gives her take on what might make for a reasonable set of rules.
It Changed My Life: Architect builds on housing the homeless
Prasoon Kumar gave up a cushy job and fat pay to start billionBricks, a non-profit organisation to tackle homelessness.
NPC 2018: China's Parliament unanimously re-elects Xi Jinping as president
Mr Xi was elected to a second term with 100 per cent of the vote, days after the lifting of presidential term limits allowed him to stay in office indefinitely.
Russians vote on new Putin term as tensions flare with West
Russian President Vladimir Putin - seeking a fourth term - is expected to be handed an easy victory, which will keep him in power until 2024.
ST Run to return to Sports Hub this year on Sept 23
The sixth instalment of the The Straits Times Run promises to be the most fun yet, with activities like cooking and yoga classes lined up in the run-up.
Take the quiz: Uncle, who are you calling auntie?
We all have some auntie- or uncle-ness in each of us. Take this quiz to find out how much.