What's Next: December 10, 2016

Italy set to have new govt

Italian President Sergio Mattarella is widely expected today to ask a member of outgoing Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's Cabinet, or a politician from his Democratic Party, to try to form a new government.

Mr Renzi resigned on Wednesday after suffering a humiliating defeat in a referendum on constitutional reform last weekend.

Nobel Prize ceremony tonight

The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony will be held at the Stockholm Concert Hall in Sweden at 11.30pm (Singapore time) tonight.

Singer Bob Dylan, 75, whose win of the literature prize and perceived snub of the honour triggered outrage, has sent a thank-you speech to be read at the gala banquet after the ceremony.

Police roadshow in Tampines

The Singapore Police Force will be organising the fourth police community roadshow at Tampines Community Plaza today and tomorrow.

The Bedok Division will launch three crime prevention projects at the event, which will showcase how the force uses technology to educate the public and prevent crime, as well as deter would-be offenders from breaking the law.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 10, 2016, with the headline 'What's Next'. Print Edition | Subscribe