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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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Chief Executive John Lee said on Wednesday that the government will ensure that it “keeps the economy going” as it continues to rein in the Covid outbreak. Giving a speech at the Hong Kong Summit, he said he understands the importance of keeping Hong Kong connected to the world and ensuring the city’s competitiveness, while safeguarding public heal…
 
A paediatric specialist has called on parents to keep a close eye on their children who are infected with Covid, saying hospitals are seeing more croup cases as well as a post-Covid condition that could put them into an intensive care unit. Children who have croup may suffer from breathing difficulties and make a noisy, high-pitched sound as the co…
 
Russia on Tuesday blamed saboteurs for orchestrating a series of explosions at an ammunition depot in Russian-annexed Crimea, a rare admission that armed groups loyal to Ukraine are damaging military logistics and supply lines on territory it controls. The incident follows a series of explosions last week at a Russian-operated air base in Crimea wh…
 
Police said on Tuesday they had arrested 19 people on suspicion of money laundering in a case involving some HK$100 million. Chief Inspector Wong Chi-tang of the Organised Crime and Triad Bureau said the suspects, aged between 28 and 67, were linked to an illegal gambling syndicate busted by the force in May. He said the 13 men and six women allege…
 
Hong Kong on Tuesday recorded 4,890 new local Covid cases and 11 new deaths. There were also 272 imported infections. Health officials said 1,813 patients were being treated at hospital, including nine under intensive care. A chief manager at the Hospital Authority, Lau Ka-hin, said the condition of a toddler who was admitted for intensive care the…
 
Tourism sector representatives on Tuesday urged the authorities to resume the “cruises to nowhere” tours and review the suspension mechanism imposed on cruises. These tours have been put on hold since early this year, forcing some cruise lines to withdraw from Hong Kong or wind up. Speaking to reporters after a meeting with health officials, the ch…
 
Fund management representatives on Tuesday called on the government to lift all quarantine measures by November, saying it is crucial for the SAR to reconnect with the world. The Hong Kong Investment Funds Association (HKIFA) said it surveyed 36 fund management companies in July, and found that two-thirds of the firms found it difficult to retain a…
 
Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said his predecessor Scott Morrison had "undermined our democracy" by secretly appointing himself minister for home affairs and treasury during the Covid-19 pandemic, in addition to the health, finance and resources portfolios previously revealed. Morrison, who stepped down as leader of the Liberal Party …
 
The Commissioner for Transport, Rosanna Law, said on Tuesday that the government is planning to introduce new legislation to hold vehicle owners criminally liable if they fail to dispose of their cars or motorcycles properly. Speaking on an RTHK programme, Law noted that up to 90 percent of the abandoned vehicles found in the city are motorcycles. …
 
A security guard has died after she was struck by a falling car park gate at the Yaumatei Maternal and Child Health Centre. The industrial accident happened at around 6pm on Monday when the metal gate measuring 4.7 metres wide and 2.5 metres tall hit the woman. The police said the victim, 43, sustained multiple injuries and was rushed to Queen Eliz…
 
The police said they have introduced a new mechanism that monitors public opinion online using big data in their continuing fight against disinformation. And to boost the image of the force, the Police Public Relations Branch was upgraded to the Public Relations Wing, which is headed by assistant police commissioner Joe Chan. "To combat disinformat…
 
Health officials on Monday renewed calls for parents to get their children inoculated against Covid-19, as they reported that another infected toddler had been put in intensive care. Hospital Authority Chief Manager Lau Ka-hin said the two-year-old boy developed a fever and flu-like symptoms on Friday and on Monday morning he started suffering from…
 
The Housing Authority on Monday approved a proposal to raise public housing rent by 1.17 percent, even though the extra payment will be waived for a year. The hike was the outcome of a biennial rent review that tracks household income. Each household will have to pay HK$5 to HK$66 more a month as a result of the adjustment, which is set to take eff…
 
The Consumer Council warned on Monday that some face masks on sale in Hong Kong have bacterial levels that exceed European standards. The watchdog said it tested 30 coloured or patterned face masks and found that in six of them, the bioburden levels – or microorganisms on a surface – had bacterial levels higher than the European limit. The level in…
 
The government says it will be arranging more Covid vaccine outreach services for kindergartens and child daycare centres to boost the vaccination rate among toddlers. Outreach vaccination teams previously visited these venues when at least 30 people needed a jab – but that number has now been lowered to ten. Civil service minister Ingrid Yeung sai…
 
The government says a campaign to clean up Hong Kong will continue until at least 2024, but hopefully it won't need to last forever if people stop littering. Deputy Chief Secretary Warner Cheuk, who is overseeing the operation, told an RTHK programme on Monday that authorities will take action at more than 600 locations, including back alleys where…
 
Health authorities are appealing to parents to get their young children vaccinated against Covid-19, as a five-year-old patient remains in critical condition in Tuen Mun Hospital. Government advisor, Lau Yu-lung, told RTHK on Monday that last month, five children with Covid-19 required intensive care, while a 22-month-old patient died within a shor…
 
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