Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Tuesday, Jan 30.
Psychological defence vital during peacetime: Ong Ye Kung
The most crucial form of peacetime defence is psychological, Second Minister for Defence Ong Ye Kung said on Monday, as the world faces threats like terrorism, online falsehoods and the retreat of globalisation.
More accountability' in new code for online fund-raising
Online fund-raising appeals have come under the spotlight recently, after four major crowdfunding platforms here committed to adopt a new industry Code of Practice.
SMRT gets new chief spokesman as Margaret Teo takes over from Patrick Nathan
Ms Teo, SMRT's current head of corporate and marketing communications, will take over Mr Nathan as the transport operator's chief spokesman from next month.
Can the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang be a game changer in inter-Korean relations?
North Korea's surprise move to compete in next month's Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in the South has given added significance to the Games. Can it help ease tensions on the Korean peninsula?
FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe steps down amid Trump criticism: Source
Mr McCabe, who had been expected to retire in March, has been criticised by US President Donald Trump for alleged bias against him and in favour of his 2016 Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton.
How to prevent cockroaches in cars: Pest control experts share tips and debunk myths
An accident last Friday which saw a cockroach spook a woman driver into crashing her car sparked an online debate on how to keep the pesky insect at bay.
Business slower for hawkers who moved from Old Woodlands Town Centre to Marsiling Mall
Around 80 per cent of the 68 hawkers from the old town centre had made the move last December to make room for the extension of the Woodlands Checkpoint.
Batam authorities seize 66kg of Jakarta-bound drugs, officials believe Singapore was possible transit point
The shipment of crystal meth, a highly addictive drug known locally as shabu-shabu, was found stuffed in tea and detergent sacks.
Cyclists ride 1,200km across three countries to help kidney dialysis patients
A total of 64 cyclists took part in this year's Kidney Dialysis Foundation Millennium Ride, pedalling 1,200km over five days - 200km more than previous instalments.
Authors of Lee's Lieutenants want to rename it
The editors of a reissued book on founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew and the Old Guard say they would rename it Leaders Of Singapore: The Third Generation to reflect the current Cabinet under PM Lee Hsien Loong.