Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Wednesday, March 7.
Insurers want all patients to pay part of hospital bills
The six companies selling MediShield Life-linked health insurance have appealed to the Ministry of Health to make it compulsory for existing as well as new policyholders.
Video: Two Koreas to hold summit, North willing to denuclearise with conditions
In a rare meeting with South Korean envoys, the North affirmed its commitment to denuclearise if its security is guaranteed and expressed willingness to resume dialogue with the US.
Buses behaving like taxis may hit the road by year end
Start-up Ministry of Movement, which operates under the Swat brand name, aims to launch an on-demand bus service in Punggol, Joo Koon and Shenton Way.
Company director admits to rape and sexual assault of 12-year-old son's ex-girlfriend
The man, now 47, had sexually abused the girl over a period of 1½ years, when she was between 11 and 13 years old.
Video: The Lives They Live: Tales of a veteran driving tester
For more than 30 years, Mr Richard Quek had one of the most feared but least understood jobs in Singapore - a driving tester.
Trump's top economic advisor Gary Cohn resigns in protest of trade tariffs
Mr Cohn's resignation came as US President Donald Trump said he would impose hefty tariffs on steel and aluminium imports.
Video: Britain threatens to pull out of World Cup if Russia behind spy’s mysterious illness
Former Russian spy colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter were found unconscious on a bench outside a shopping centre in southern England.
Sarawak gains full control over state's oil and gas sector as Malaysia election nears
Prime Minister Najib Razak is seen to be pulling out all the stops to ensure that the gas-and timber-rich state remains loyal to the ruling Barisan Nasional government.
Amazon chief Jeff Bezos tops Forbes world's rich list as Trump wealth drops
Mr Bezos snatched the top spot from Microsoft founder Bill Gates, having doubled his fortune to US$120 billion (S$158 billion).
Football: Ronaldo does it again as Real Madrid dump PSG out of Europe
The reigning Champions League holders won 2-1 away to a Paris Saint-Germain side missing Neymar to secure their place in the quarter-finals.