This week's top reads from The Straits Times

Good evening! Catch up on some of the week’s top reads.

More allowed to return to workplace from Sept 28: Do I have to go back to office if my boss asks me to?

Here are some answers to questions you may have about the new Covid-19 guidelines for the workplace.

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Anwar’s Parliament majority claim throws Malaysian politics into turmoil again

The opposition leader’s audacious bid raises questions about PM Muhyiddin Yassin’s legitimacy to stay in power.

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Pregnant S’porean mum and family thankful to be alive after dream holiday turned into Covid-19 nightmare

Three of their family members fell ill with Covid-19, one seriously, after a holiday to Europe.

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Flights to nowhere: The man who chartered SIA jets for sky-high joyrides in the 80s

Tour agency veteran Albert See was a proponent of no-destination flights long before the pandemic.

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Boon Tat Street death: Daughter of businessman says her father’s sentence is a consolation, hopes to move on

Ms Shyller Tan said she will never forget the moment on July 10, 2017 when her father told her he had killed her husband.

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Singapore’s total population falls to 5.69 million as Covid-19 pandemic hits non-resident numbers

Total population dipped by 0.3 per cent – the first time it has gone into negative territory in the last 10 years.

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Expect long winter for tourism in Singapore as recovery could take 3 to 5 years: STB chief

The tourism industry must be prepared for a long winter, as international travel could take three to five years to recover even if a vaccine for the coronavirus is developed soon.

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What Tesla’s return would mean for motorists

A recent spate of job postings by Tesla for roles based in Singapore signals the return of the American electric carmaker – an intention The Straits Times first reported in 2016.

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