Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Wednesday, Feb 14.
Pearl Bank architect leads calls for iconic tower to stay
Although the iconic horseshoe-shaped apartment block in Outram has been sold, the heritage community is holding on to the slim chance that the striking structure will be retained by developer CapitaLand.
Facebook group administrators apologise for post of doctored article on City Harvest Church ruling: AGC
The post involved a newspaper report with an amended headline that claimed lawyer Edwin Tong - who is also a PAP MP - had saved the church leaders from harsher sentences.
Delays on North-South Line from Ang Mo Kio to Raffles Place on Wednesday morning due to maintenance work: SMRT
SMRT has warned commuters to cater for 20 minutes of additional travel time before 10am on Wednesday morning as it is carrying out maintenance work in the NSL's south-bound tunnel.
Video: Generation Grit: Despite his own constant pain, he helps others overcome theirs
Mr Delane Lim came very close to killing himself. But a message from a friend pulled him back from the brink and he now runs a charity reaching out to troubled young people.
Weaker taxi business drags ComfortDelGro earnings down
The transport giant posted a 4.9 per cent drop in net earnings to $301.5 million for the year ended Dec 31, 2017 on the back of weaker contributions from all but one of its core businesses.
Video: Indranee Rajah shares 'Budget preview video' featuring Singapore otters
Instead of hard numbers and dry facts, Senior Minister of State for Finance and Law Indranee Rajah's video - titled An Otterly Singaporean Budget - is filled with photos and videos of otters.
Man gets 28 years' jail, 24 strokes of cane for raping stepdaughter from when she was 8
The horrific offences, described by a prosecutor as "utterly sickening", came to light in March 2015 after the girl, then 12, fled when the man left their one-bedroom flat to throw away a used condom.
Game, set, fire: Virtual and augmented reality arcades take off in Singapore
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have become the hottest trends in video gaming, giving players more immersive and realistic action in at least three new shops here.
US stocks end higher for 3rd straight day
Wall Street stocks finished higher on Tuesday, rising for a third straight session, amid somewhat better investor sentiment ahead of a closely-watched US inflation report.
Israel police recommend indicting PM Benjamin Netanyahu in graft cases
Israeli police on Tuesday recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted in two cases of alleged corruption after a long-running probe in a move set to shake the country’s politics.