Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Thursday, June 28.
oBike's rental bicycles remain uncollected across Singapore, but town councils prepared to take action
The recent shutdown of oBike in Singapore has left thousands of its rental bicycles strewn around the island , but town councils are looking to take action.
Najib says he and his wife Rosmah get many gifts, dismisses S$300m valuation of jewellery, luxury goods
Malaysia's former prime minister Najib Razak has pushed back against the valution given by police that the jewellery, handbags, watches and luxury sunglasses along with millions of dollars found in his possession were worth between RM900 million (S$304 million) and RM1.1 billion.
Moscow, Washington strike deal to hold Putin-Trump summit in third country
Moscow and Washington have struck a deal to hold a summit soon between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump, Kremlin foreign policy aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters on Wednesday.
China will not give up an inch of territory, President Xi Jinping tells US Defence Secretary James Mattis
China is committed to peaceful development but on matters relating to its sovereignty, it would not give up "even an inch" of its territory, Chinese President Xi Jinping told visiting US Defence Secretary James Mattis on Wednesday.
Early wins for Jokowi's allies at regional polls
Indonesian President Joko Widodo could emerge as the biggest winner in his country's regional elections yesterday, although he was not on the ballot.
More than 500 SIA passengers stranded at Changi for up to 6 hours after technical glitches
More than 500 passengers on two Singapore Airlines flights - one to Bangkok and the other to Melbourne - were stranded at Changi Airport for up to about six hours on Wednesday due to aircraft problems.
World Cup: Defending champions Germany crash out after shock loss to South Korea
Defending world champions Germany crashed out of the World Cup after a shock 2-0 loss to South Korea on Wednesday, courtesy of two stoppage-time goals.
Goodluck Garden to go to High Court over collective sale
The collective sale of Goodluck Garden in Toh Tuck Road, agreed on in March for $610 million, has hit a road block after seven minority owners objected, saying that information was withheld which could have allowed them to sell the property for a higher price.
Wanna One, Apink and BTOB among 21 K-pop acts to perform in Singapore at HallyuPopFest
Get ready for a lot more K-pop, as 21 South Korean pop acts including Wanna One, Taeyeon, Apink, and BTOB will be in town to perform over a three-day festival in September.
Longest total lunar eclipse of the century to occur on July 28 morning in Singapore
Astronomy enthusiasts can mark their calendars for July 28, when the longest total lunar eclipse of the century will take place in Singapore.