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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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Some of the world's best snooker players who are in the SAR for the Hong Kong Masters tournament said on Wednesday they're generally in favour of the Covid-19 arrangements put in place. The first international snooker tournament held in Asia since the pandemic will kick off on Thursday at the Hong Kong Coliseum. Instead of a "closed-loop" system pr…
 
Compulsory testing orders and the LeaveHomeSafe app are no longer effective anti-epidemic measures, government pandemic adviser David Hui said on Wednesday. The Chinese University professor added that the government should consider scrapping the three-day amber health code for incoming travellers if there is no rebound in Covid infections in the co…
 
Oxfam Hong Kong said on Wednesday that the income gap in the SAR had widened during the pandemic and had now reached a "critical point", as it urged the government to announce plans for tackling poverty in the upcoming policy address. Representatives of the NGO cited official statistics showing that the richest 10 percent of local households brough…
 
The Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants Union on Wednesday called on authorities to drop a rule requiring air crews to wait for their Covid test results at the airport, saying the arrangement is tough for those returning from long-haul journeys. Since Tuesday, local crew members have no longer been required to remain in closed-loop bubbles whi…
 
Financial Secretary Paul Chan on Wednesday said Chief Executive John Lee will roll out bold measures to revive Hong Kong’s economy in his first policy address in two weeks’ time. Chan noted that the SAR’s economy, especially its exports, had been affected by the “not very positive” external environment, including interest rate hikes, inflation and …
 
A respiratory medicine specialist, Leung Chi-chiu, said on Tuesday that now is a good time for Hong Kong to further relax social distancing measures, including use of the LeaveHomeSafe app and the limit on public gatherings. From October 6, the government will allow up to 12 people to sit together at a restaurant instead of a maximum of eight, whil…
 
A survey suggests the pandemic has deterred Hongkongers from donating blood, with a 60 percent drop in donations. The Hong Kong Society of Clinical Blood Management surveyed about 450 people in July and just over 60 percent said they had donated blood in the past. But around 90 percent of these former donors said they had not given any blood during…
 
North Korea fired an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) over Japan on Tuesday, prompting Tokyo to activate the country's missile alert system and order people to take shelter. The last time North Korea fired a missile over Japan was in 2017, at the height of a period of "fire and fury" when Pyongyang's leader Kim Jong Un traded insults wit…
 
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday accused arch-foes the United States and Israel of fomenting unrest in the Islamic republic following the death of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini. "I say clearly that these riots and the insecurity were engineered by America and the occupying, false Zionist regime, as well as their paid agents, with …
 
Seven people were injured after two KMB buses collided at Kwai Hing on Monday afternoon. Police said they are still investigating the cause of the crash, which happened on Kwai Hing Road near CNEC Ta Tung School at around 1pm. Footage showed one of the buses with a shattered windscreen. One of the bus drivers, as well as six passengers suffered min…
 
Indonesia's government urged police on Monday to identify and punish those responsible for a stadium stampede that left 125 people dead, as anger mounted over one of the deadliest disasters in the history of football. The tragedy on Saturday night in the city of Malang also saw 323 people injured after officers fired tear gas in a packed stadium to…
 
Britain on Monday scrapped plans to axe its top income tax rate just 10 days after a debt-driven budget sparked turmoil on markets and fierce criticism during a cost-of-living crisis. On the second day of the ruling Conservative Party's annual conference, finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng tweeted he was "not proceeding" with the removal of the top 45…
 
The Secretary for Innovation, Technology and Industry, Sun Dong, said on Monday that the Hong Kong government is very proud to be able to help with the recruitment of astronauts. He said Hong Kong people, especially youngsters who’ve always dreamed of going to space, are excited by the central government’s invitation for the SAR to nominate candida…
 
Many people were late for work and school on Monday morning as a signalling glitch on the MTR’s Tuen Ma Line caused train delays and suspensions. The rail operator announced at 7:45am that the problem should increase journey times by up to 20 minutes. Shortly after 8am, train services between Diamond Hill and City One were completely suspended, wit…
 
Brazil's presidential election is headed for a run-off vote, electoral authorities said on Sunday, after President Jair Bolsonaro's surprising strength in the first round spoiled rival Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's hopes of winning outright. With 99.7 percent of electronic votes counted, Lula was ahead with 48.4 percent of votes versus 43.3 percent f…
 
Kenyan Amos Kipruto marked his London Marathon debut with a decisive victory on Sunday as Ethiopian 23-year-old Yalemzerf Yehualaw became the youngest winner of the women's race. It was a maiden London victory for Yehualaw in what was just the second marathon of her career. The 30-year-old Kipruto, a world bronze medallist in Doha in 2019, crossed …
 
Brazilians voted on Sunday in a polarising presidential election, with leftist front-runner Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva vowing to get Brazil "back to normal" amid fears far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro will not accept a defeat. Lula, who led the Latin American giant in the 2000s and is seeking to make a comeback at 76, voted in his bastion in the s…
 
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