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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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Infectious diseases expert David Hui on Friday said the government should consider following the UK’s example in banning flights from South Africa and five of its neighbouring countries in light of the emergence of a new Covid-19 variant in the region. The professor, who advises the government on the pandemic, said there is currently not enough dat…
 
The Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Friday that she hopes as many people as possible will soon be allowed quarantine-free travel across the border. The CE was speaking at a forum after mainland anti-epidemic experts agreed that Hong Kong people can soon enter the mainland again without having to quarantine. Lam described a meeting between the ex…
 
The head of the University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Hospital, Lo Chung-mau, admitted on Friday that there have been hiccups in the renewal of their contract, but added they are but “small storms” that will be weathered. The 10-year contract between the university and the hospital originally lasted until July but was temporarily extended to the end of …
 
A newly identified coronavirus variant that has spread in South Africa is the most concerning that British health officials have seen as it has double the number of mutations of the Delta variant including some associated with evading immune response. Earlier this month, it was found in Hong Kong in two people quarantined at the Regal Airport Hotel…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Thursday that it would be wrong for people to think that Beijing owes Hong Kong people universal suffrage. Delivering a live-streamed lecture to teachers involved in citizenship and social development lessons, Lam said while the central government is very sincere in promoting democratic development in Hong Kong, t…
 
Australia will deploy more than 100 police and military personnel to aid the Solomon Islands, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday, as protesters in the Pacific Island nation defied a curfew to protest for a second consecutive day. Morrison said Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare had requested Australian assistance, which Ca…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Thursday that prevention is better than cure when it comes to stopping fake news in the media and disinformation on the internet from harming society. Delivering a speech via video-link at the Forum on Network Media of China, Lam said order on the internet was lost during the anti-government protests of 2019 and t…
 
A century-old underground reservoir at Bishop Hill in Sham Shui Po will be opened for guided tours from December 15, with a quota of around 1,000 visitors a month. The Sham Shui Po Service Reservoir narrowly escaped demolition last year, after Roman-style arches were discovered at the disused cistern. With bookings for free tours to open on Decembe…
 
A transport journalist says he's "disappointed" with the government's new automated parking system in Tsuen Wan, calling it old-fashioned, and pointing out that there are no charging points for electric vehicles or any connection to a smart city network. The car park opens in Tsuen Wan on Thursday and provides six three-storey structures in which c…
 
Hong Kong people will soon be able to get their hands on banknotes commemorating the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics. Bank of China (Hong Kong) announced on Wednesday it will offer two million HK$20 commemorative banknotes. Single notes will go for HK$138 each, 4-in-1 uncut notes will cost HK$338, and 35-in-1 uncut notes are priced at HK$1,388. Al…
 
The government has revived a plan to reform copyright law, five years after it was withdrawn amid filibustering in the legislature and opposition from some concern groups. Officials on Wednesday launched a three-month public consultation exercise on the latest proposals. The government said it is time to change the law as the country’s latest five-…
 
The Secretary for Transport and Housing, Frank Chan, says the government’s push for transitional housing is in line with the goal of “common prosperity” set out in the national plan, as the private sector and NGOs are engaged in helping the needy. He told RTHK’s Overview Policy that more than 4,000 transitional flats will be ready by the middle of …
 
An automated system will come into operation at a car park in Tsuen Wan on Thursday. Motorists will only need to park their vehicles on the ground floor of the car park at the junction of Hoi Shing Road and Hoi Kok Street, and the system will do its work to move the vehicles to available spaces. Automated parking systems use mechanical devices such…
 
Conservationists are calling on the Hong Kong government to ban the sale of antique ivory and mammoth ivory, saying allowing these products to be sold will leave a loophole for the illegal trade of elephant tusks to continue. Jovy Chan, manager of wildlife conservation at WWF Hong Kong, made the call on Wednesday, about a month before a ban on elep…
 
A member of the Commission on Children said on Wednesday that the government needs to set up a system to investigate all deaths of children after official figures showed a sharp increase in suicides. Priscilla Lui was commenting on RTHK's Hong Kong Today programme after a government advisory panel said child suicides in the period between 2016 and …
 
The president of the Hong Kong Federation of Restaurants said on Wednesday that the sector largely supports mandatory use of the Covid location-recording app. Simon Wong made the comments on RTHK's Hong Kong Today programme, a day after the administration confirmed that the LeaveHomeSafe app would be compulsory at all restaurants, gyms and hotels f…
 
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