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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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The government said on Monday that it wants to allow shipments of illegal vaping products through Hong Kong, to help the city keep its status as an international logistics hub. The Transport and Logistics Bureau told a Legco panel that there has been a significant downturn in air cargo volumes since the ban on the import, sale and manufacture of e-…
 
Civil service secretary Ingrid Yeung said on Monday that about 11,600 people have made appointments to get the second-generation BioNTech vaccine since bookings opened the day before. The minister who is in charge of the city's Covid-19 vaccination drive said although the new Omicron-specific jab is only available as a fourth dose for now, authorit…
 
An economist on Monday dubbed increases in electricity bills "outrageous" and said proposed higher public transport fares would hurt with the economy in recession, adding that the government should provide subsidies to help people deal with the costs. Andy Kwan made the comments on RTHK's Hong Kong Today programme in response to news that the SAR's…
 
The former Executive Council convenor, Bernard Chan, said on Sunday that a visit by a Hong Kong business delegation to the Apec summit sent an important message that the SAR is heading towards further opening up. He made the comments a week after the delegation, led by Chief Executive John Lee on his first overseas trip as the SAR's leader, returne…
 
Transport enthusiasts packed into Choi Hung Station on Sunday morning to greet the first in a new generation of trains on the MTR network. The MTR says the eight-carriage “Q-train”, manufactured by CRRC QingDao Sifang Corporation, boasts wider doors, better designed seats, more hand straps and LED lighting in compartments. It's one of 93 Q-trains a…
 
Hong Kong's sole delegate to the National People's Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) said on Saturday China's top legislative body would need to interpret the law if admission of overseas lawyers was allowed in national security cases. Tam Yiu-chung's comments come as the city's top court is due to announce on Monday whether it will grant leave f…
 
Mainland authorities on Saturday said they had launched an investigation into former national football coach Li Tie, with the ex-Premier League player suspected of "serious violations of the law". A statement on the website of a provincial government said Li was being probed by a disciplinary arm within the General Administration of Sport, but did …
 
The Commissioner of Police, Raymond Siu, on Saturday said officers had met staff members of the Hong Kong Rugby Union and collected their communication records as part of their investigation into the use of a wrong song in place of the national anthem at a rugby competition earlier this month. The incident happened in South Korea and the song mista…
 
Nasa's Orion spacecraft was placed in lunar orbit on Friday, officials said, as the much-delayed Moon mission proceeded successfully. A little over a week after the spacecraft blasted off from Florida bound for the Moon, flight controllers "successfully performed a burn to insert Orion into a distant retrograde orbit," the US space agency said on i…
 
Booster shots that protect against both the highly-infectious Omicron variant, and the original Covid strain, will be available to the public from next month. The government made the announcement after around 770,000 doses of the so-called bivalent shots arrived here on Friday. But the Secretary for the Civil Service, Ingrid Yeung, who is in charge…
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday told a group of mothers whose sons are fighting in Ukraine that he shares the pain of those who have lost loved ones in the conflict. The carefully choreographed meeting at Putin's residence took place as anger simmers in Russia over a chaotic military draft and deaths of soldiers in Ukraine. At least one …
 
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