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Evening Update: Today's headlines from The Straits Times on Nov 10

Good evening! Catch up on some of the main headlines on Wednesday, Nov 10.

New Covid-19 dining-in rule draws families, but some groups are turned away for not meeting criteria

Up to 5 fully vaccinated persons from the same household are allowed to dine at the same table from today.

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F&B establishments reminded of penalties for flouting Covid-19 rules as new measures kick in allowing more to dine-in

Errant individuals will be fined while F&B establishments will be subject to immediate closures.

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Boy, 4, with rare inflammatory syndrome linked to Covid-19 out of ICU

His mother told ST that the boy has moved to a high dependency ward in KKH.

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13,000 disadvantaged students to get more help to stay in school

An additional four to five teachers will be deployed to each school in this programme.

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SPH CEO says ‘door not closed’ to better offers after Keppel sweetens bid

The revised offer of $2.351 a share represents a 12 per cent improvement over Keppel’s original offer of $2.099 a share.

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No plans yet to vaccinate animals at Singapore’s zoo and wildlife parks against Covid-19

More understanding of the safety and efficacy of vaccination for animals is needed, said the Mandai Wildlife Group.

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Carbon Copy: Climate negotiations get into high gear as ministers arrive

Crunch issues include climate finance, carbon market rules and the degree of transparency to which nations should report to the UN.

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Firm charged over alleged unauthorised works that led to Pasir Ris flood in August

A drain, which was purportedly altered by the firm, is said to be one of the causes of the flood.

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Wedding venue Orange Ballroom, organiser charged over event with 235 people, more than the 100 allowed

The wedding was split into 3 receptions and each allegedly had more than the maximum 50 attendees allowed.

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China warns of Covid-19 on parcels before world’s top shopping day 11.11

Authorities are testing packages after a few workers at a small company in Hebei tested positive.

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