Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Tuesday, Feb 13
Mindef offers new short-term cyber-specialist scheme for NSFs to boost cyber-security fight
The Ministry of Defence will train full-time national servicemen who have an aptitude for cyber security to become elite cyber defenders in the regular service, with a new short-term contract scheme.
Players in the Singapore tourism industry have been gearing up for a slice of the Chinese tourist pie, as China became the largest source of visitors here for the first time last year.
Pritam Singh emerging as top choice for WP chief
Mr Pritam Singh is emerging as the top choice for the Workers' Party's next leader, with three of its other MPs publicly ruling themselves out of the race and endorsing him.
An eight-year-old boy suffered bruises to his buttocks after he was reportedly beaten with a wooden ruler by the principal of a childcare centre early this month.
Donald Trump unveils US$1.5 trillion infrastructure plan
The US president rolled out a long awaited US$1.5 trillion plan to repair and rebuild the nation's infrastructure, including highways, bridges, airports, seaports, railroads and water systems, and extend broadband Internet access.
SingPost refutes claims by postman who threw away letters
SingPost has refuted claims made by a postman, who was caught on video discarding returned letters and direct mail, about his abysmal working hours.
In a rare 2-1 decision, the apex court acquitted a man on death row for drug possession.
In the first collaboration of its kind, two reporters - one from The Straits Times and the other from Lianhe Zaobao - explore how the Chinese Singaporean identity has evolved in an exchange of views written in their preferred languages.
Each day for the past five weeks, Ms Marcela Balla, 66, has had to cross a highway and walk down a narrow trail to a creek 500m away to bathe and empty her chamber pot.