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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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Chinese astronauts returned to earth on Friday after completing the country's longest-ever crewed mission. The capsule carrying the three astronauts was suspended on a parachute and landed in the Gobi desert at 1:35 pm local time. The crew of the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft were in "good health" after the 90-day mission, a record duration for China, bro…
 
A rare hailstorm hit Tseung Kwan O at around 1pm on Thursday, with online video footage and photos shared by residents showing the area being pounded by small balls of ice. The observatory said the phenomenon was caused by high temperature and unsettled weather. “The atmosphere was rather unstable. The weather was fine this morning so the high temp…
 
Democratic Party chairman Lo Kin-hei has called on the government to clarify the requirements for meeting the loyalty pledge, after one of the party’s councillors was disqualified for failing to make a valid oath of office. The party’s So Yat-hang was among seven Hong Kong Island councillors unseated after authorities decided their pledge of allegi…
 
The Consumer Council on Wednesday urged the government to put a limit on chemical levels in silicone food containers and cooking utensils. The call from the consumer watchdog came after tests they conducted found nine out of 14 foldable containers and cups contained amounts of a volatile organic matter, known as siloxane, that exceeded limits set b…
 
The government has issued a freezing order for the defunct Apple Daily newspaper’s printing factory in Tseung Kwan O, with security chief Chris Tang saying he believes the property is linked to a national security offence. Tang said he had exercised his power to freeze the asset on Wednesday morning, in accordance with the national security law’s i…
 
A war of words between the Security Secretary Chris Tang and Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) continued on Wednesday as the minister suggested that the group clear its name by making public more information about its members and sources of funds. The minister earlier said the HKJA was biased and had infiltrated schools to spread political v…
 
The Consumer Council warned parents on Wednesday that it had found fragrance allergens – which could trigger allergic reactions – in several baby lotions that claimed to be hypoallergenic. "If you're exposed to these kinds of fragrance or allergic materials at an early stage… there's a chance that when they grow up [you] would be allergic to those …
 
Non-Hong Kong residents said on Wednesday they liked the scheme allowing them to come to the city without having to undergo quarantine, despite glitches that marred the registration process. Registration for the Come2hk scheme began at midnight, and the authorities processed nearly 1,000 cases in the first hour alone. One of those trying to make hi…
 
Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Secretary Erick Tsang said on Wednesday the government is studying the idea of allowing Hong Kong people who live on the mainland to vote in December's Legco election at border control points to get around travel restrictions. Tsang told lawmakers at a Legislative Council meeting that officials are trying to see …
 
California governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday became the second governor in US history to defeat a recall aimed at kicking him out of office early, a contest the Democratic governor crafted as part of national battle for his party’s values in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and lingering threats from “Trumpism.” The victory cements Newsom as a p…
 
Britain will begin a Covid-19 vaccine booster programme for older and more vulnerable people soon as Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government relies on vaccines rather than further lockdowns to navigate a "bumpy" winter. Officials said Covd-19 vaccines had saved more than 112,000 lives and averted 24 million infections as they proposed a third sho…
 
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