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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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For the first time, breakdancers will be battling on the stage of the Olympics in Paris 2024. Hong Kong has a new team – set up just this year – and is hoping to earn one of 32 spots at the Games. But local breakers face long odds... with scant support, no formal coaches, and the ever-present threat of injury all presenting major hurdles on their p…
 
The government on Wednesday rejected calls from lawmakers to set up a dedicated committee to come up with a new population policy. Councillors noted there have been major changes in the local demographics since the government last came up with such a policy report in 2015, as the workforce has shrunk and the birth rate has fallen further in recent …
 
Mainland authorities on Wednesday announced a loosening of Covid-19 restrictions, which would allow Covid patients with mild or no symptoms to isolate at home, and reduce the frequency of mandatory testing. Explaining the optimised measures at a press conference, the National Health Commission's Liang Wannian said authorities are acting in step wit…
 
The government should formulate long-term logistics policy to better support the relocation of brownfield site operators affected by land resumption, lawmakers and logistics industry representatives said on Wednesday, as they warned of far-reaching impacts if storage facilities are uprooted by new developments. Authorities have sought to reclaim mo…
 
The government says ditching the need for assessment reports for development projects spanning fewer than 50 hectares will not create loopholes when it comes to environmental protection. Under the Environmental Impact Assessment Ordinance, projects covering more than 20 hectares require an environmental assessment report, but the administration wan…
 
The government on Wednesday proposed doubling the fine for littering to HK$3,000, as part of efforts to clean up the city. The Chief Executive said in his maiden policy address in October that officials were looking to raise the penalty so that it would have a stronger deterrent effect. In papers submitted to the legislature, the Food and Environme…
 
Joe Biden's party won a new US Senate seat on Tuesday with Democratic Raphael Warnock's victory in Georgia, according to television networks. The incumbent senator defeated Republican Herschel Walker, a protege of former president Donald Trump. The victory confirms the very slim Democratic majority in the upper house of Congress. With Warnock’s sec…
 
High-stakes UN biodiversity talks open in Montreal on Wednesday, in what is being billed as the "last best chance" to save the planet's species and ecosystems from irreversible human destruction. Delegates from across the world gathered for the December 7-19 meeting to try to hammer out a new deal for nature: a 10-year framework aimed at saving the…
 
Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants’ Union on Tuesday said members who attended an emergency meeting had voted unanimously in support of action to fight for better rosters and longer layovers. The union didn’t specify what action would be taken, adding that a strike would be the last resort. The union’s vice-chairwoman, Grace Siu, told reporte…
 
Students of a secondary school said they mourned former state leader Jiang Zemin's death with a heavy heart on Tuesday morning. Pupils of Scientia Secondary School at Ho Man Tin gathered in a hall to observe three minutes of silence at 10am, after the school gave an introduction to Jiang and played a short video to commemorate him. The principal, W…
 
Chief Executive John Lee led officials in observing three minutes of silence, while government vessels honked their horns as Hong Kong mourned the passing of former president Jiang Zemin on Tuesday morning. All national and regional flags at government premises flew at half-staff as officials watched a live broadcast of the ceremony. At the Central…
 
China observed three minutes of silence on Tuesday morning for former president Jiang Zemin. The silent tribute came at the start of Jiang's memorial service held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, attended by President Xi Jinping and other top leaders. Across the country, sirens wailed out for three minutes. Jiang's urn was placed at the …
 
Housing Secretary Winnie Ho on Monday denied that light public housing units will be costly to build, saying the average cost of putting up such flats will be around the same as that of a traditional public rental housing or transitional housing. Her comments came after concerns had been raised that light public housing flats would cost HK$893,000 …
 
Former President Jiang Zemin was cremated at the Babaoshan Revolutionary Cemetery in Beijing on Monday morning, Xinhua News Agency reports, a day ahead of a memorial service that will see the entire nation observe three minutes of silence to mourn the late leader. Xinhua said President Xi Jinping, Premier Li Keqiang and other top leaders visited Pe…
 
Rescuers evacuated more people on Monday from nearby villages after the eruption of Indonesia's Mount Semeru, with officials warning of danger from cooling lava despite less activity from the volcano. More than 2,400 villagers have now fled their homes and taken shelter in 11 evacuation centres after the highest mountain on the country's main islan…
 
Hundreds of MTR passengers were forced to abandon a train and walk along the tracks on Monday morning after a fault in the coupling between two carriages sparked the second tunnel evacuation in less than a month. Firefighters were sent to the scene at Tseung Kwan O Station to assist with the evacuation of some 1,500 people. Two of the passengers fe…
 
Financial Secretary Paul Chan on Monday cautioned that the government will be prudent in its fiscal spending, as it looks for ways to boost economic recovery. At a Legislative Council panel meeting, Chan maintained earlier government estimates that the local economy is expected to shrink by 3.2 percent for the year, with the underlying consumer pri…
 
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