Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on June 13, Singapore News & Top Stories

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Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Sunday, June 13.


MOH revises Covid-19 community case count down to 9; Ion cleaner among unlinked cases

The woman is employed by Hong Ye Group, whose cleaners were also linked to earlier cases at Changi Business Park.

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Who’s to blame when a child goes ‘beyond parental control’?

Dozens of such applications are made against children under the age of 16 each year.

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Offensive comments and dirty looks: Life in Singapore as an interracial couple

It is not uncommon for them to be on receiving end of racially insensitive or offensive comments.

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Aviation workers hold the fort at Changi despite Covid-19 risks

The new normal for the workers means the discomfort of regular Covid-19 swab tests, as well as donning PPE for most of their shifts.

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The humble 5-cent coin: Legal tender but falling out of favour

Engraved on one side of its surface is an image of The Esplanade – Singapore’s iconic performing arts centre, otherwise known as the “Durian”.

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Denmark’s Eriksen had cardiac massage on pitch, able to speak after collapsing in Euro 2020 match

Finland later won 1-0 with their only goal attempt of the match.

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Man falls 40m to his death at Tuas warehouse construction site

The authorities are investigating but no foul play is suspected, the police said.

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‘Tang ping’ trend: China youth join calls to get out of gruelling rat race

“Tang ping” appears to be a sentiment felt by college-educated youth living in first or second-tier Chinese cities. 

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Time to put the cost of medical treatment under the microscope

Unless bold measures are taken, Singapore’s healthcare costs will continue to rise uncontrollably.

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Spanish father ‘killed daughters and dumped bodies at sea,’ say investigators

Tomas G, who is missing, allegedly killed his two young daughters, aged six and one, at his house.

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