Thursday, 3 Dec 2020

Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on Nov 3

Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Tuesday, Nov 3.

At least one killed in Vienna attack involving multiple assailants, locations; manhunt under way

The attackers are said to be “heavily armed and dangerous”.

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Institutions should be ‘open and timely’ in addressing sexual misconduct allegations: Lawrence Wong

MOE has been working closely with institutes of higher learning to step up their efforts to tackle sexual misconduct.

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Eatigo, RedMart data breaches: How to protect your online accounts if you’re affected

From changing passwords to guarding against phishing, here’s what you can do.

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US presidential election: Nation braces itself for a volatile week

Some 24 hours before polls open, Biden remained ahead of his rival Trump across the country.

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Orchard Towers murder: Police investigating 2 women who accused court of preferential treatment based on race

The two women, aged 28 and 36, are being investigated for contempt of court.

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askST: What do I do if my car is caught in a flash flood?

Should you abandon your stalled car?

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Mask wearing is key and will remain compulsory as Covid-19 measures ease: Grace Fu

Anyone leaving their homes must wear a mask, Ms Fu said.

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Robinsons store closures: How other major S’pore department stores are faring

Isetan has no plans to downsize, while BHG will keep all five of its stores.

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Wandering alone in Jewel Changi Airport at midnight and dawn

Spending 48 hours in a known hyperlocal spot like Jewel Changi Airport awakens the senses.

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Post-pandemic: The office has a future

Random workplace chatter is still valued for sparking innovation, even though remote work is here to stay.

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