The new look on Sunday
This weekend, look out for a reinvigorated The New Paper on Sunday.
The revamped weekly is centred on people.
The paper's news editor, Ms Natalie Soh, said: "Look around, look a little deeper, and you will find amazing stories in our neck of the woods: People who beat all odds, people who do unusual things and people who make a difference.
"I would like to think of us as a paper which reflects and relates to the lives of all of us ordinary folk."
Among the stories planned for this Sunday? A heart-wrenching article about mothers who delayed cancer treatment because they were pregnant, and a tell-all account by a tow truck driver who was beaten up when he tried to repossess a car.
Apart from compelling features, the paper has a line-up of regulars: The Sports section continues to be a pull-out filled with the latest news and analyses from the English Premier League, K. F. Seetoh's Makansutra headlines the Food section and S. M. Ong brings his biting wit to the Humour section.
Veteran health reporter Judith Tan contributes the Live Right column, while well-known stylist Kovit Ang kicks off Stylemaker, giving tips on how to get that snazzy look. Award-winning journalist Zaihan Mohamed Yusof also returns with his Biker Boy column.
TNP editor Dominic Nathan said: "TNPS will continue to deliver strong, relevant and compelling reads.
"I am also excited to reveal that readers can expect more multimedia content as we introduce new technology in the coming weeks. We will be able to integrate photo galleries, audio clips and video files to augment the paper's reading experience."