Evening Update: Today's headlines from The Straits Times on Oct 29

S’pore to allow travellers from China, Australia’s Victoria from Nov 6

They will be able to enter Singapore without an extended quarantine period if they test negative for Covid-19.

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Reopening borders to China, Australia: What other travel arrangements does S’pore have?

The move is part of a slew of measures to revive the Changi air hub.

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Three dead in knife attack in French church, woman beheaded

The city’s mayor said the evidence so far points to a terror attack. 

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Umno’s top council to meet on Thursday evening: Sources

It is believed the special meeting has been called to discuss the possibility of the deputy prime ministership being given to Umno.

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2 taken to hospital after ceiling fan incident in Tampines coffee shop

The fan’s blades had hit a ladder, causing a part of the blade to break off.

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Long queues for TraceTogether tokens at Marsiling CC

There were already about 100 people in the queue when ST arrived at 9.45am.

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Bilahari Kausikan dismisses claims by Cambodia of being agent to foreign power

A group of Cambodian diplomats had hit back at the retired Singapore diplomat over remarks he made at a webinar.

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Covid-19 breathalyser tests may be deployed more widely in trials here

The results are generated automatically in under a minute.

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7 new Covid-19 cases in S’pore, all imported

There were no new cases in the community and none from workers’ dormitories.

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Malaysian woman cheated of $1.3 million inheritance in phone scam

The 72-year-old found out that her money was transferred via Internet banking to 18 individual accounts.

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