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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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Police Commissioner Raymond Siu warned media organisations on Saturday that they won't be exempted from criminal liability, even if they publish disclaimers saying they don’t intend to incite hatred or discontent with the government. At least one Chinese-language newspaper has included disclaimers in its commentaries, following the arrests of journ…
 
DAB lawmaker Holden Chow on Saturday called on the government to provide a HK$1,000 subsidy under the anti-epidemic fund for frontline cleaners and security guards for seven months in recognition of their bravery during the pandemic. This comes after Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Thursday that the government would ask Legco for an injecti…
 
A government expert advisor expressed concern on Saturday that the SAR's current coronavirus surge will worsen after the Chinese New Year holidays. Speaking on a radio show, Wallace Lau said the trend is worrying, saying this infection wave is likely to last for a long time. “I don't think it will be over within the next one to two months, especial…
 
Extended lockdowns targeting buildings in the virus-stricken Kwai Chung Estate were all lifted as of Saturday morning, as residents of Ying Kwai House and Ha Kwai House were finally free to leave their blocks. A few residents of Ying Kwai House, which had been under a week-long lockdown, had been asking to leave even before authorities removed cord…
 
Two coronavirus outbreaks at schools accounted for some of the 115 new Covid infections reported in Hong Kong on Friday. The daily figure was down from the record high of 164 recorded on Thursday, but it was still the sixth day running that the city saw a daily caseload of more than 100. All but four of the new infections were acquired locally, wit…
 
The Environmental Protection Department on Friday downplayed concerns that Hong Kong's air pollution will get worse once the Covid-19 situation stabilises and the economy picks up further. Latest figures show monitoring stations recorded higher levels of nitrogen dioxide last year than in 2020 when the pandemic began. But Assistant Director of Envi…
 
Some residents of the coronavirus-hit Kwai Chung Estate are being barred from work even after lockdowns on their buildings are lifted, the Federation of Trade Unions (FTU) said on Friday. They say residents are being treated unfairly, and the government should ensure that anyone subjected to a mandatory lockdown can legally treat their work absence…
 
An unprecedented seven-day lockdown of a residential building at the centre of Hong Kong’s worst Omicron outbreak was lifted on Friday morning, with some residents still fretting over the lingering effects of the protracted quarantine operation. “I can’t go to work. They won’t let me!” complained a construction worker who was allowed to leave Yat K…
 
An expert in geriatric medicine said on Friday that people shouldn't "obsess" about vaccination in care homes, and officials should study why so few residents have had jabs. Jean Woo, a professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University, made the comments on RTHK's Hong Kong Today programme, after officials launched a drive to increase …
 
A representative of Hong Kong's international business community on Friday welcomed the government's decision to reduce hotel quarantine for people arriving from overseas, but said the changes would not be enough to encourage inbound business travellers. Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Thursday that travellers would have to spend only 14 da…
 
Police commissioner Raymond Siu said on Thursday 162 people have been arrested under the national security law since its enactment in June 2020, with over 100 of them prosecuted. He said while society has become more stable after the security law took effect, the police still noticed that some people were inciting others to commit crimes on the int…
 
The Exchange Fund saw its investment return fall to a three-year low last year. According to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the fund's investment return reached HK$170.5 billion in 2021, down almost 28 percent from the year before. Investment in Hong Kong equities plunged into the red, recording a loss of HK$21 billion compared with a HK$4 billi…
 
The government announced on Thursday that it is cutting the quarantine period for people arriving from overseas from 21 days to 14, but school closures and other social distancing measures are being extended. From February 5, people arriving in the territory can leave hotel quarantine after two weeks and spend the next week monitoring their health,…
 
Health officials warned on Thursday the risk of people getting infected with Covid-19 in the community is "extremely high" as Hong Kong reported 164 new cases, the largest single-day tally since the pandemic began. There were 116 locally transmitted infections, and 12 of them could not be traced, involving patients who live in Mong Kok, To Kwa Wan,…
 
Hong Kong’s short-track speed skater Sidney Chu says he will do his best at next month's Beijing Winter Olympics, hoping to build on the success of local athletes during the summer Tokyo Games. The 22-year-old will take part in his first ever Olympics in the men’s 500-metre event. Speaking to reporters on Thursday before boarding a flight to the ca…
 
The government on Thursday evacuated a group of residents of a Wong Tai Sin public housing block and extended its lockdown after the emergence of more than 20 Covid cases there. Officials suspected the source of the outbreak at Cheung Bor House of Choi Wan (I) Estate is a security guard who tested positive for the virus on Monday. The guard, who li…
 
Chief executive hopefuls can officially submit their bids for two weeks starting February 20, five days later than originally planned. According to polling guidelines unveiled by the Electoral Affairs Commission on Thursday, the nomination period of the 2022 chief executive election will run from February 20 to March 5. Documents submitted by the g…
 
North Korea on Thursday fired two suspected ballistic missiles into the sea in its sixth round of weapons launches this month, South Korea’s military said. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the weapons, which were likely short-range, were launched from an eastern coastal area, but it didn't immediately say how far they flew. North Korea has …
 
A Kowloon Motor Bus Company bus plunged into a hole that opened up at a depot in Tseung Kwan O early on Thursday morning. The rear of the double decker plunged into the five-metre-deep hole, while the front was lifted above the ground. Another bus nearby also tilted. No one was injured in the incident in Tseung Kwan O. Separately, an elderly woman …
 
A member of the Commission on Children said on Thursday that the government must investigate its own monitoring of care towards foster children, following a report into alleged abuse at a children's home in Prince Edward. Speaking on RTHK's Hong Kong Today programme, Priscilla Lui described the report into the Society for the Protection of Children…
 
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