Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Jan 16

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Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Jan 16

Police"categorically reject" claims made by Mr Yeo that investigations were"politically motivated".Woman dies after being pushed onto subway tracks in New York's Times SquareIt was unclear whether she was targeted because she was Asian.

'Do not ignore this letter': Anti-scam mailer designed to capture attention, say policeAnti-scam awareness initiative leads some recipients to wonder if it might be fake.Is it time to phase out SMS OTPs to stem scam scourge?Going back to physical tokens and using biometric solutions are among the possible alternatives.

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Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Jan 15

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While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, Jan 15

More enforcement officers in Chinatown in run-up to Chinese New Year; additional measures to be implemented if neededSINGAPORE: More safe distancing ambassadors and enforcement officers will be deployed to Chinatown in the weekends leading up to Chinese New Year, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) said on Saturday (Jan 15). The three weekends are Jan 14 to Jan 16, Jan 21 to Jan 23, and Jan 28 to Jan 31. ST 'Vaccines work' Tai-nese privilege lmao💩💩🤣😂

Reform Party chairman Charles Yeo arrested for alleged criminal breach of trust, forgery Police"categorically reject" claims made by Mr Yeo that investigations were"politically motivated". Woman dies after being pushed onto subway tracks in New York's Times Square It was unclear whether she was targeted because she was Asian. 'Do not ignore this letter': Anti-scam mailer designed to capture attention, say police Anti-scam awareness initiative leads some recipients to wonder if it might be fake. Is it time to phase out SMS OTPs to stem scam scourge? Going back to physical tokens and using biometric solutions are among the possible alternatives. READ MORE HERE If you have plans to sell your home, don't splurge on renovation You would have to give a discount to the buyer as there are extra costs to reinstate rooms you have knocked down, for example. He's just an Average Joe who wants to inspire others to build a better world SPH Brightcove Video Tan Chin Hock wants to inspire Singaporeans to not give up on family members, and help the underprivileged. That's why he works tirelessly to promote filial piety and uses his photography skills to provide workshops to the poor and marginalised. Tan Chin Hock promotes filial piety, donates blood regularly and uses his photography skills to uplift underprivileged communities. READ MORE HERE When elites party and others can't The privileged should not abuse what they have, but instead set the tone for others, says Li Xueying.