Evening Update: Today’s Straits Times Headlines Nov 03, Singapore News & Top Stories


Have a good evening! Catch up on some of the top titles on Wednesday, November 3.


Public transport fares will increase by 3-4 cents for adults from December 26

The Public Transport Council announced the 2.2 percent fare increase following its annual fare review exercise.

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S’pore to host a star-studded table tennis tournament in December

Chinese Olympic champions Fan Zhendong and Chen Meng are expected. Home Hope Feng Tianwei will also be in action.

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Proposal to turn former Changi hospital into a stargazing spot wins competition

The team behind the proposal said the low light pollution and elevated vantage point of the area would allow visitors to enjoy views of stars and airplanes.

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Edwin Tong and Rahayu Mahzam to sit on committee examining MP Raeesah Khan’s confession to lying to Parliament

Ms. Indranee Rajah and MK Shanmugam had recused themselves from the committee.

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Documents for civil servants in Malaysian budget lead to election speculation

Given its large size, the civil service has often been viewed as an important vote bank.

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Terminally ill Covid-19 patients who wish to die at home should be allowed to do so whenever possible: experts

An expert pointed out that there is no legal mandate for Covid-19 patients to be hospitalized.

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Carbon Copy: Will the ambitious goals set on day 3 of COP26 be achieved or are they just hot air?

More than 100 countries have pledged to stop and even reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030.

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Makansutra Founder KF Seetoh to Open S’pore Dining Room in New York with U.S. Partner

Among the 18 vendors chosen are Douglas Ng from the Fishball Story noodle stand and Ah Tai who sells chicken rice at Maxwell Market.

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Local musician Nadya Dean, 27, dies after giving birth to second child

She was admitted to Changi General Hospital after losing consciousness on October 20.

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76 people caught flouting Covid-19 measures in hawking centers

Violations included gathering in groups of more than two, failing to keep a safe distance and not wearing masks.

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