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"The Sunday Smile" is a new English-language radio programme for primary school children. It gives a unique opportunity for children and parents to practice their English together. Starting from 14 December every Sunday morning from 9:00am to 9:30am, the show will feature fun educational segments, competitions with prizes, cool music, and contemporary stories.
 
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Health authorities on Saturday reported a Covid-19 outbreak at a club in Central, where 11 patrons have come down with the virus. Officials reported 270 new infections for the day, including 31 that were imported. The Centre for Health Protection said the Covid infections centred on Zentral, located at California Tower in Lan Kwai Fong. Authorities…
 
Police on Saturday said they had arrested three young men on suspicion of possessing offensive weapons. Officers said they had intercepted two men during an anti-triad operation in Ngau Tau Kok on Thursday, and found two military knives in the bag one of them was carrying. The third man was arrested after officers found eight machetes and two milit…
 
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau said on Saturday that Hong Kong will not compromise its anti-Covid measures for the sake of the economy, despite growing calls from the business sector to resume quarantine-free international travel. Edward Yau told an RTHK programme that he doesn't have a crystal ball to predict when the m…
 
Outgoing Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Saturday called on the incoming administration to enhance national security awareness among the governing team, saying the SAR still faces challenges in implementing the security law. Speaking at a legal forum on the National Security Law, Lam noted that the implementation of the legislation and the setting up…
 
Government pandemic adviser David Hui on Saturday said Hong Kong's daily Covid caseload is likely to remain in the low hundreds for several more weeks, adding that a major rebound in infections is unlikely. "Judging by the recent number of cases [which] has been hovering around 250 and 300, I think the trend will continue for several weeks," the Ch…
 
The Urban Renewal Authority (URA) on Friday pledged to preserve the culture unique to the “Little Thailand” streets of Kowloon City, as it unveiled plans to redevelop the area to build more than 4,300 flats. The project will cover three sections of Carpenter Road and Nga Tsin Wai Road, totalling nearly 400,000 square feet, which currently house som…
 
Beijing's top adviser on the Basic Law says the One Country, Two Systems principle will have to be improved, but Hong Kong's constitutional order won't change before 2047. Shen Chunyao made the comments in a keynote speech at a legal conference on Friday ahead of the 25th anniversary of the handover. He said people's focus should be on the correct …
 
The head of a group for small and medium-sized enterprises warned on Friday that proposed pay rises of up to 7 percent for civil servants risked putting pressure on the hard-hit private sector to match the increases or see staff walk away. Speaking on RTHK's Hong Kong Today, Danny Lau, honorary chairman of the Small and Medium Enterprises Associati…
 
Polytechnic University researchers on Thursday said they have developed a portable Covid antibody test kit that lets people know when they should receive their next booster shot using saliva instead of blood. They explained people will need to place saliva on a tiny chip attached to a palm-sized reader and then add a few drops of electrolyte. After…
 
Health officials reported 251 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday and the deaths of two more coronavirus patients. Thirty-six of the new infections were classified as imported cases. The two patients who died were elderly care home residents aged 67 and 87. The death toll in the fifth wave of infections now stands at 9,161. The Centre for Health Protect…
 
Boeing's Starliner capsule returned to Earth on Wednesday in the final step of a key uncrewed test flight to prove itself worthy of providing rides for Nasa astronauts to the International Space Station. The gumdrop-shaped spaceship landed in a puff of sand at 4.49pm in the New Mexico desert, wrapping up a six-day mission crucial to restoring Boein…
 
Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday said China has “no intention at all” to build a military base in the Solomon Islands, where he began a 10-day tour of Pacific nations. Australia's former government had said that any move to create a Chinese military base would amount to crossing a "red line", without specifying the consequences. But Wang counte…
 
The government says it is looking to expand non-smoking public areas in Hong Kong as the percentage of smokers drops to single digits for the first time. According to a survey by the Census and Statistics Department, 9.5 percent of the population aged 15 and over – or just over 581,500 people – were recorded as being “daily conventional cigarette s…
 
The death toll from four bombs that ripped through minibuses and a mosque in Afghanistan has risen to at least 16, officials said on Thursday, with some of the attacks claimed by the Islamic State group. While the number of bombings has dropped across the country since the Taliban seized power last August, several deadly attacks rocked the country …
 
Ombudsman Winnie Chiu on Thursday raised questions over a half-yearly survey done by the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (FEHD) on rodent infestations in Hong Kong, saying the results could be inaccurate and out of date. Currently, officials put pieces of uncooked sweet potato, used as "census baits", at 50 different locations for rodent …
 
The Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong, Liu Guangyuan, said Thursday that the constitutional order must be protected in order to preserve the rule of law in the SAR. Liu told an international rule of law forum, hosted by the SAR government, that safeguarding the rule of law is vital to ensure the lasting stability of Hong …
 
Ombudsman Winnie Chiu on Thursday urged the Civil Aviation Department (CAD) to tighten regulations for paragliding and introduce real-name registration for the sport as it becomes more popular in Hong Kong. Chiu said an investigation by the watchdog found that the CAD did not conscientiously enforce a permit system introduced in 2019 to regulate fe…
 
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