RTHK 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
"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.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Health authorities on Saturday played down the possibility of a fresh outbreak at a secondary school in Southern District after a total of three students from the same class caught the coronavirus. The school reported two more Covid infections from self-tests on Friday. Both were secondary one pupils. Albert Au from the Centre for Health Protection…
 
Police said on Saturday they've arrested 15 people allegedly linked to six illegal debt collection activities involving a total of more than HK$19 million. The suspects, aged between 14 and 68, have been accused of criminal damage, wounding, and criminal intimidation. Officers believed some of them have triad links, and different gangs were behind …
 
Australia's election frontrunner Anthony Albanese asked voters flocking to the polls on Saturday to give his centre-left party a "crack" at running the country after a decade of conservative rule. Albanese, the 57-year-old Labor Party leader, urged people to turn away from a "divisive" Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who is behind in pre-election po…
 
Shanghai on Saturday had no new coronavirus infections reported outside its quarantine areas, as the financial hub logged another 868 local infections. Of the latest cases, 84 were symptomatic and 784 did not show signs of infection. The city also reported one more Covid-related death - an 89-year-old female patient who had suffered from chronic il…
 
Third Side legislator Tik Chi-yuen on Saturday said he's not convinced by CE-elect John Lee's plan to add three deputy secretaries to the incoming administration, but New People's Party lawmaker Regina Ip threw her weight behind the proposal. The restructuring package that will add new deputies to the chief secretary, financial secretary and justic…
 
Russia's defence ministry on Friday said the last group of Ukrainian forces holed up in Mariupol's smashed Azovstal steel works had surrendered, marking an end to a weeks-long siege. "The territory of the Azovstal metallurgical plant ... has been completely liberated," the ministry said in a statement. It said the group that had given up comprised …
 
The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) on Friday said they have found Hong Kong's first cases of BA.2.12.1 subvariant of Omicron in the community, though experts dismissed concerns of another major outbreak in the territory. Health officials said the new cases involved a couple who flew in from the United States on May 3 and quarantined at the Lan …
 
Many lawmakers on Friday voiced support for a fare increase application by Hong Kong Tramways, saying it would help the tram operator ride out its financial hardship. If approved, the first hike since July 2018 will see adult fares climb from HK$2.6 to HK$3, fares for those under 12 rise from HK$1.3 to HK$1.5 and fares for elderly people go up from…
 
Chairman of the Legislative Council's public works subcommittee, Lo Wai-kwok, on Friday defended a government request for more funding to expand the Legco complex. Legco last year approved a sum of HK$1.17 billion for the project, but it's now estimated to cost HK$1.56 billion. In a paper submitted to Legco, the government said tender prices are hi…
 
Three structures, including Hong Kong's oldest mosque, were on Friday declared monuments by the government. Jamia Mosque, on Shelley Street in Central, was built around 1915, with features such as the minaret crowned by a dome decorated with finial, as well as pointed multifoil archways at the entrance portico and doorways. "Jamia Mosque is histori…
 
Health secretary Sophia Chan on Friday rejected suggestions from two University of Hong Kong professors to drop the vaccine pass requirements for young adults, saying it's "inappropriate" for them to make such calls as it would re-ignite vaccine hesitancy. Chan was responding to epidemiologist Benjamin Cowling and assistant pharmacy professor Theo …
 
An animal law expert says the smuggling of pedigree animals will continue as long as there is demand for pets at cheap prices. Amanda Whitfort, an associate law professor at the University of Hong Kong, was commenting after authorities seized more than 130 cats and dogs on a speedboat entering Hong Kong. The animals were said to have a market value…
 
A catering industry group on Thursday said a survey it backed suggests many people are reluctant to start eating out again, even as pandemic social distancing rules are eased. The Hong Kong Federation of Restaurants & Related Trades said a survey of about 1,100 people showed that one-in-five intend to dine at restaurants less often in future, citin…
 
The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) on Thursday said it had seized 31 endangered freshwater turtles, arresting two men. Ten of the turtles were already dead when officers found them along with some hunting tools at a Kowloon home on Tuesday, in a joint operation with the police. The AFCD said indigenous species like Golden…
 
The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) on Thursday reported 253 new local coronavirus cases as well as a fresh cluster involving five people. Health officials said the three men and two women, aged between 26 and 57, all visited the Sheung Wan branch of the TamJai SamGor Mixian chain on the afternoon of May 13. However, four of the diners also atte…
 
Marine police and customs officers on Thursday said they had intercepted a boat in Hong Kong waters and arrested a man who allegedly attempted to smuggle over 100 cats and dogs into the territory. Officers said they spotted the speedboat near Sha Chau on Wednesday evening and stopped it after a chase. They found 101 cats and 35 dogs in 17 crowded c…
 
The Travel Industry Council said on Thursday that it hopes Japan will allow Hong Kong residents to travel there, including those vaccinated with a Covid jab the country doesn't recognise at present. Japan has announced it will open its borders to small group tours from Australia, Singapore, Thailand and the United States. The council's chairwoman, …
 
Health authorities on the mainland on Thursday reported 1,016 new coronavirus infections, down 289 from the day before. Most of the new cases were recorded in Shanghai, which reported 82 symptomatic infections and 637 patients without symptoms, as well as one Covid-related death. Officials from the financial hub said the latest fatality was a 64-ye…
 
Nightlife tycoon Allan Zeman on Thursday welcomed the reopening of venues such as bars in the latest round of easing of social distancing measures, but cautioned that the industry was facing a shortage of personnel after months of closures. Speaking on RTHK's Hong Kong Today programme, Zeman said allowing bars to reopen made it a happy day for the …
 
The United States believes there is a "genuine possibility" that North Korea could conduct a nuclear test or other sabre rattling while Joe Biden is on his first trip as president to Asia, a top US official said on Wednesday. "Our intelligence does reflect the genuine possibility" of nuclear-capable missile tests or a nuclear weapon test around the…
 
EU members Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and Belgium on Wednesday said they wanted to increase their North Sea wind power capacity tenfold by 2050 to help the bloc achieve its climate goals and avoid Russian hydrocarbons. Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said the plan would mean the four countries would "deliver more than half of all off…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login