Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on May 30

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Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on May 30

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Beijing poised to play the long game when it comes to Taiwan At least four major stumbling blocks stand in the way of peace negotiations.Collective security in region needed on top of individual defence strategies: PM Lee Security cooperation should complement tangible and mutually beneficial economic cooperation.Get newsletters curated for you S'pore's SEA Games silat coach Romadhon, 34, dies after road accident in Bali He had helped guide Singapore to three gold, two silver and two bronze medals at the SEA Games.'He begged me to save him': Man laments failure to save neighbours in Bedok North fire He is among six residents lauded for their efforts.

'I lost everything': Housewife regrets not buying fire insurance Madam Norizan Abuhassan's two-room flat in Whampoa was destroyed after a fire last February.Geylang and Changi roads to be part of identity corridors preserving historical landscapes The character of such corridors, which house businesses from the past, will be retained.READ MORE HERE Russian lawmakers in hot water for urging Putin to end Ukraine conflict "If our country does not halt the military operation, then there will be even more orphans in our country," said a lawmaker.About 200m Wolbachia Aedes mosquitoes released from 'mosquito factory' This is part of the agency's fight against dengue in the Republic.READ MORE HERE 'This is my life, my reputation': Zilingo's ex-CEO Ankiti Bose speaks out after her firing Ms Bose spoke of her sense of loss after being kicked out of the company she started, and how she wanted to find answers.READ MORE HERE The Great Renegotiation: Workforce expectations on the rise in S'pore Surveys out this year show that a majority of local workers intend to quit in the coming months if their demands are not met.Living with disability: Meet 3 S'poreans finding their place in society Their stories carry common threads of hope for more patience, empathy and community support.READ MORE HERE Employer paid $4,000 for maid to get her driving licence in Singapore Sitti Paka secured her Singapore driving licence last June, after four attempts and delays caused by the pandemic.READ MORE HERE Colorectal cancer on the rise: What are the symptoms to watch out for It is the most common cancer among men and the second most common cancer among women in Singapore.

READ MORE HERE Singapore lensman Russel Wong on doing 'the right thing' in posting photo of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard The photo, said to be taken at Raffles Hotel in 2015, appears to show discolouration beneath Depp's eye.SG hidden gems: See the world without leaving Singapore Still waiting for your passport? Check out these places to satisfy your wanderlust.7 ways to spend your CDC vouchers on self-care Pamper yourself with a manicure or treat yourself to a bouquet of flowers..

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