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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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Increasing smuggling activities near the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge have become a threat to the survival of pink dolphins. That’s according to Viena Mak, vice-chairwoman of the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society. She told an RTHK programme on Tuesday that since 2020, large numbers of smuggling speedboats began to gather north of the bridge n…
 
Nuclear-armed North Korea fired an 'unidentified projectile' into the sea off its east coast, the South's military said on Tuesday. No further details were immediately available from the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff. The launch comes just days after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's influential sister Kim Yo Jong, a key adviser to her brother, dan…
 
Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Monday that Iran had breached all the "red lines" aimed at curbing its nuclear weapons programme but that Israel "will not allow" Tehran to get the bomb. In his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, Bennett claimed the Islamic republic had in recent years taken "a major leap forward" i…
 
The SAR government issued a report on Monday blaming the US and “black-clad violence” in 2019 for hurting Hong Kong's business environment, and praising the national security law for restoring order and the city's prospects. The 68-page “Report on Hong Kong’s Business Environment” is the first of its kind ever published by the government. A whole c…
 
Constitutional and mainland affairs chief Erick Tsang says government staff who work as polling officers in the upcoming Legislative Council elections will have to undergo political screening to ensure "absolute loyalty". He was responding to DAB legislator Wong Ting-kwong who said during a Legco panel meeting on Monday that "politically unreliable…
 
A strong earthquake struck the Greek island of Crete on Monday, killing a man who was working in a church that collapsed and injuring nine others, the civil protection agency said. The quake, measuring magnitude 5.8 according to the National Observatory of Athens, struck at 0617 GMT, 23 kilometres from Heraklion, the capital of Greece's largest isl…
 
Germany braced for a period of political unpredictability on Monday after the Social Democrats narrowly won a general election but faced a rival claim to power from outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative camp. For a country synonymous with stability after 16 years of Merkel's steady leadership, the coming weeks and months promise to be a …
 
Police say they have found the body of an officer who had been missing at sea since a patrol boat overturned on Saturday. The body of senior inspector Lam Yuen-yee, 37, was retrieved from waters near Tai O on Monday morning. Police Commissioner Raymond Siu said Lam and three other officers had been chasing smugglers near Lung Kwu Chau and the polic…
 
The Democratic Party on Sunday stopped short of deciding whether it would field candidates in the Legislative Council polls in December. Speaking after a special meeting to deliberate on the matter, the party’s chairman, Lo Kin-hei, said members decided that it’s not necessary to take a vote on the issue as no one from the party has expressed an in…
 
Executive Councillor Ronny Tong said on Sunday that a political party should disband if it doesn’t accept Hong Kong’s new electoral system. He was speaking on a radio programme ahead of the Democratic Party's special meeting, where members will vote on whether the party will field candidates in the Legislative Council polls in December. Tong said i…
 
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