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Are Your Mooncakes Dirty? | Bite-Size News with Sam Jo | The Straits Times

A recent viral video exposed some less than sanitary conditions in some of China's mooncake factories, where the popular Mid-Autumn Festival snack was ...

World News Day: Repatriating 51 illegally-smuggled Indian star tortoises | Tamil Murasu

Fifty-one Indian star tortoises that had been rescued in Singapore over the past nine years have been repatriated back to India, their source of origin, on Nov 26, ...

THE BIG STORY: Indonesia and Malaysia disagree over haze | The Straits Times

Indonesia correspondent Nur Asyiqin Mohamad Salleh talks about the Indonesia government's claim that the haze in Malaysia is not their doing. #TheBigStory ...

THE BIG STORY: Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand 2019 | The Straits Times

Food critic Wong Ah Yoke talks about 2019 Michelin Guide's Bib Gourmand list and predictions for the Michelin-starred restaurants this year. #TheBigStory ...

Narendra Modi | Asian Insider | The Straits Times

ST's Asian Insider explores global issues from an Asian perspective. With Narendra Modi recently concluding 100 days into his second term, we evaluate his ...

Cashier Steals Credit Card Numbers by Memory | Bite-Size News with Sam Jo | The Straits Times

In a bizarre case of credit card fraud, a store cashier in Tokyo, Japan stole credit card information by memorising them with his "photographic memory".

World News Day: Refugee protection maintained for Chins | The Star

"It feels like our hopes are alive again." The Chin community in Malaysia share their feelings about UNHCR's recent decision to maintain their refugee status.

World News Day: Getting the story of the unmasked Hong Kong protestor | South China Morning Post

As the world watched anti-government protestors sack the Hong Kong Legislative Council building on July 1, 2019, one man became the face of the movement ...

Getting a taste of national service at Women’s Boot Camp | The Straits Times

Over the past weekend, multimedia journalist Renee Poh joined over 100 participants at the Women's Boot Camp to fire an SAR 21 rifle, take on the Standard ...

Schumacher in Paris hospital for 'secret treatment': Report

The stricken seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is in Paris' Georges-Pompidou hospital for cell therapy surgery, according to French ...

THE BIG STORY: How the new HDB rules will impact you | The Straits Times

The Straits Times political and housing correspondent Rachel Au-Yong and Mr Nicholas Mak, ERA Realty's Head of Research and Consultancy, discuss how ...

The Big Story: How the new HDB rules will impact you | Return of the haze | Apple bites back

THE BIG STORY: ST journalists and editors talk about the key changes to Housing Development Board (HDB) rules and how it will affect first-time HDB flat ...

THE BIG STORY: Return of the haze | The Straits Times

Environment correspondent Audrey Tan elaborates on the factors contributing to the haze in Singapore and what weather Singaporeans can expect in the ...

THE BIG STORY: Apple bites back with video streaming, new offerings | The Straits Times

Tech editor Irene Tham discusses why Apple is cutting the price of its entry-level iPhones by USD50, and why Apple is inventing its own ecosystem to keep ...

Is that IT? The problem with It Chapter Two PLUS Joker and bad ads | Double Feature Movie Podcast

Double Feature is back to take down the clowns. Jonathan Roberts is joined by Kok YuFeng to dissect It Chapter Two, the sequel to 2017's hit It. But does this it ...

Manhunt under way for Phuket murder suspect | The Straits Times

Norwegian Roger Bullman has been on the run for a week after killing a fellow tourist during an altercation at the Centara Grand Beach Resort in Karon, Phuket.

Robot pals for you and your dog | The StraitsTimes

Virtual assistants and robot toys are nothing new. But at a Berlin tech expo some companies are trying to push the envelope a bit further. Read the full story: ...

Climate fears hit sales of burgers and coke | The Straits Times

Consumers worried about the environment are cutting their spending on meat and bottled drinks and trying to reduce plastic waste, and this trend is set to ...

Hong Kong protest 'bottle flip' moment goes viral | The Straits Times

A 'bottle flip' brightened the moods of Hong Kongers waiting near a closed Mass Transit Railway (MTR) station on Saturday in a moment that has since gone ...

Alibaba's flamboyant Jack Ma steps down

A tearful Jack Ma formally left Alibaba on Tuesday (Sept 10), donning a guitar and a rock star wig at an event for thousands of employees of the e-commerce ...

Apple Watch Series 5 smartwatch launched | The Straits Times

The new Apple Watch Series 5 looks exactly like its predecessor, the Series 4. But the Series 5 comes with an all-new always-on display that does not go dark ...

Apple heats up streaming war with TV service

Apple unveiled the availability of its video streaming service Apple TV+ and its game subscription service Apple Arcade during a media event held in Steve Jobs ...

World News Day: Protestors storm Hong Kong legislature | South China Morning Post

On July 1, 2019, anti-government protestors stormed and vandalised Hong Kong's Legislative Council, prompting violent clashes with police in scenes that ...

World News Day: Secret policing? Finding hidden numbers on Indian electoral bonds | The Quint

The electoral bonds scheme was introduced by the Government of India in 2018, claiming it would give anonymity to political donors and reduce their use of ...

Suicide kills one person every 40 seconds, says WHO | The Straits Times

Across the world, one person takes their own life every 40 seconds, and more people die by suicide every year than in war, the World Health Organization said ...

Tens of thousands greet the Pope in Madagascar | The Straits Times

The streets of Madagascar's capital were flooded by well-wishers hoping to see Pope Francis. Read the full story: ...

THE BIG STORY: ComfortDelGro’s digital transformation | The Straits Times

Senior transport correspondent Christopher Tan talks about ComfortDelGro's digital transformation as it strives to maintain its competitiveness in an increasingly ...

World News Day: Uncovering the Philhealth scam | Philippine Daily Inquirer

Ghost patients making dialysis claims, insurance fraud, a fuming president - find out how the investigative reporters at the Philippine Daily Inquirer uncovered a ...

World News Day: Helping people get back on their feet | The Straits Times | Turning Point

During a motorcycle trip in 2013, Mr Desmond Lim was run over by a truck, leaving him paralysed below the right knee. He spent the next 18 months recovering ...

Acid attack survivor doesn't let his condition define him | The Straits Times

He grew up with a label: The 'acid attack' baby. In 1999, Samuel Lim made headlines when at three months old, a maid poured sulphuric acid down his throat ...

Life as an overseas intern | The Straits Times

The Straits Times spent a week in Israel with seven students from the Singapore University of Technology and Design. They were there for a four-month ...

Rock climber gets back on his feet after accident | The Straits Times

Mr Chua Chee Beng was told he would be paralysed in his right leg after a 7m fall during a rock-climbing accident in 2017, but he did not give up. Within two ...

Western Australia's natural wonders | The Straits Times

The Golden Outback is home to Lake Hillier, one of the world's best pink lakes, Lucky Bay, the country's whitest beach where kangaroos lounge on the sand, and ...

Feng Tianwei's highs and lows in table tennis | The Pro | The Straits Times

From the highs of Olympic glory to being dropped from the national squad, Singaporean paddler Feng Tianwei has had her fair share of ups and downs in recent ...

Tokyo slammed by deadly typhoon

One of the strongest typhoons to hit the Japanese capital in recent years struck just east of Tokyo on Monday, killing one woman. Eve Johnson reports. At least ...

THE BIG STORY: Are we donating what the poor need? | Singapore GE: Electoral boundaries

ST journalists and editors talk about a viral photo which shows a shocking mismatch between what donors give and what the poor need, including 50 bottles of ...

THE BIG STORY: Singapore GE: How the electoral boundaries could change | The Straits Times

Political correspondent Rachel Au-Yong talks about how electoral boundaries could change in the upcoming Singapore General Election. Subscribe to The ...

THE BIG STORY: Are we donating what the needy need? | The Straits Times

Journalist Yuen Sin talks about the recent discussion about the mismatch between donations and what the needy need. Subscribe to The Straits Times YouTube ...

Sticking to Brexit plan, Britain's Boris Johnson 'will not seek delay'

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is sticking to his Brexit plan and will not seek a delay to Britain's departure from the EU at a summit next month, two of his ministers ...

Hong Kong protesters march to US consulate

Thousands of Hong Kong protesters on Sunday (September 8) sang the Star Spangled Banner and called on US President Donald Trump to 'liberate' the ...

74-year-old gives birth to twins in India

A 74-year-old woman has given birth to twin girls in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, reviving several controversies around geriatric pregnancies.

Dorian makes landfall in NC and slams Outer Banks

Hurricane Dorian briefly made landfall on the Outer Banks of North Carolina on Friday (Sept 6), hitting the beach-fringed barrier islands with powerful winds and ...

World News Day 2019

Rapper Nicki Minaj announces retirement from music

Rapper Nicki Minaj took fans by surprise with an announcement that she was retiring from the music business to “have my family”. Subscribe to The Straits Times ...

Building sandcastles for a living | The Straits Times

Growing up, Tan Joo Heng struggled with reading, numeracy and a poor memory. He was later diagnosed with dyslexia. Fast forward to today and Mr Tan is ...

Brazilian farmer 'can't keep up' with the fires

Brazil's wildfires continue to burn across the Amazon and some residents - facing encroaching flames - feel they're fighting a losing battle. Subscribe to The ...

Truck and train collision in Japan kills one, injures at least 34

One person died and at least 34 were injured on Thursday when a truck and an express train with 500 people aboard collided in Japan's second-largest city of ...

Johnson's brother quits as election campaign kicks off

As Boris Johnson prepares for a likely election campaign the British Prime Minister was dealt a blow Thursday when his elder brother quit as an MP and minister ...

THE BIG STORY: Robert Mugabe dies at 95 | FairPrice to cut plastic use | Comex 2019 top picks

ST journalists and editors talk about NTUC FairPrice and McDonald's trial initiative to cut plastic use, ST's Comex 2019 top picks and the death of ex-Zimbabwe ...