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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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The Consumer Council on Monday said it has found a metabolite of a banned veterinary drug in three sausage samples it tested, but noted there's insufficient proof that the drug would cause health risks to humans. At a virtual press conference the council said it had recently tested 30 sausage products, and found three samples contained SEM – a meta…
 
Public health experts are split on whether the vaccine pass should stay as Hong Kong's coronavirus situation eases, with some suggesting the requirement should be dropped for those aged under 60 while others saying it is still useful in boosting the inoculation rate. People aged over 12 have to be double-jabbed to enter venues such as restaurants, …
 
An exhibition trade spokesman on Monday said the new Exhibition Centre station is a great addition to Hong Kong’s transport system, as it will open up hotel options for overseas exhibitors along the East Rail Line. Stuart Bailey, the chairman of the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Industry Association, said exhibitors would not need to restrict…
 
Health authorities on Sunday said they recorded 259 new Covid infections, as officials reported a new cluster had emerged. Officials said nine people who visited a private kitchen in Shing Yip industrial building in Kwun Tong on May 9 have come down with the disease. The Centre for Health Protection's Chuang Shuk-kwan said they are investigating th…
 
Shanghai officials on Sunday said the city will gradually begin reopening businesses from Monday, following a weeks-long lockdown that began in late March. The announcement came as the business hub reported 166 symptomatic Covid-19 infections and 1,203 asymptomatic cases on Sunday. Three more Covid patients with underlying illness have died. The ci…
 
Medical experts are divided on the risk of Hong Kong seeing yet another wave of coronavirus infections. The Dean of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong, Gabriel Leung, on Sunday warned the daily Covid tally of about 300 implies the virus is still being transmitted in the community. "We are on the cusp of a potential sixth wave if things tilt in…
 
Chief Executive-elect John Lee on Sunday said he is in the beginning stages of forming his cabinet, but admitted that "complicated" international relations may put some people off from joining. Lee told a Commercial Radio programme that he is compiling a list of possible candidates, but declined to say who he wants to be his deputy, even though he …
 
North Korea on Sunday reported 15 additional deaths from "fever", days after officially confirming its first-ever Covid-19 cases and ordering nationwide lockdowns. The outbreak, which leader Kim Jong Un has said is causing "great upheaval", leaves a country with one of the world's worst healthcare systems on the edge of potential disaster. North Ko…
 
An 18-year-old gunman shot 10 people to death and wounded three others at a grocery story in Buffalo, New York, before he surrendered to police in what US authorities said would be investigated as a hate crime and an act of "racially motivated violent extremism". Authorities said the white suspect, who was armed with an assault-style rifle and appe…
 
Railway enthusiasts reported queueing all night to be part of history as the first ever service on the cross-harbour section of the MTR's East Rail Line departed early on Sunday morning. Some people joining the service at the new Exhibition Centre station said they'd joined the line at 10pm on Saturday to guarantee a place on the first train. MTR e…
 
Lebanese vote on Sunday in the first election since their country's economic collapse, a test of whether Iran-backed Hezbollah and its allies can preserve their parliamentary majority amid soaring poverty and anger at ruling parties. Following months of uncertainty over whether the election would go ahead, polls will open at 7.00am local time acros…
 
Abortion rights supporters began gathering for protests across the United States on Saturday, starting what organizers said would be "a summer of rage" if the US Supreme Court overturns the Roe v. Wade case that legalised abortion nationwide. Planned Parenthood, Women's March and other abortion rights groups organised more than 400 "Bans Off Our Bo…
 
The cluster of Covid-19 infections linked to a Sheung Wan restaurant continued to grow on Saturday, involving 39 diners and two waiters so far. The Centre for Health Protection's Chuang Shuk-kwan said transmission of the virus inside the Sky Cuisine restaurant was likely widespread, with patrons from over 15 families coming down with the virus. "Th…
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Saturday officiated at the opening ceremony of the East Rail Line cross-harbour extension, a day before the new route is open to the public. To celebrate the opening of the new extension, a special train will depart from the Exhibition Centre station at 5:25am on Sunday. The extended route will allow commuters to make …
 
The police on Saturday said they have arrested 22 people related to a scam syndicate that pretended to offer low-interest loans. At an online press briefing, the force said the syndicate is suspected of swindling seven victims out of a total of HK$1.9 million. It said investigations showed that syndicate members would cold call people claiming to b…
 
Former Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, KC Chan, said on Saturday that he is optimistic about Hong Kong's economic future, despite a slash in the city’s growth forecast. He made the comment a day after the government revised its full-year economic growth forecast from two to 3.5 percent to one to two percent, and reported a four p…
 
A paediatrician on Saturday voiced concerns about the lasting health effects in children who have recovered from Covid-19, warning that their cognitive ability could be affected. Speaking to reporters after attending a radio programme, Mike Kwan, a consultant of paediatric infectious diseases at Princess Margaret Hospital, said a tenth of some 130 …
 
North Korea on Saturday reported 21 additional deaths from 'fever', two days after the country announced its first-ever cases of Covid-19 and ordered nationwide lockdowns. State media said 174,440 new fever cases were discovered on Friday alone and that 21 people had died, as it moved into "maximum emergency quarantine system" in a bid to slow the …
 
At least 27 people died and dozens more were injured in a massive fire in a building in the Indian capital New Delhi on Friday, emergency services said. "The fire has been put out now. The total number of dead is 27. Search operation is on," a fire department official said. Broadcaster NDTV reported that more than 40 people had sustained burns and …
 
Israeli police officers charged at Palestinian mourners carrying the coffin of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh on Friday, before thousands led her casket through Jerusalem's Old City in an outpouring of grief and anger over her killing. Packed around Abu Akleh's coffin, dozens of Palestinians, some waving Palestinian flags and chanting "wit…
 
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