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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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Pro-Beijing lawmaker Paul Tse on Friday dismissed concerns about the retroactive effect of the national security law, saying the police may need to look back at actions that occurred prior to the law being introduced in order to establish patterns or intentions. Police said on Thursday that the arrests of five of Apple Daily’s executives were linke…
 
Apple Daily supporters rushed to buy copies of the newspaper on Friday – a day after the authorities arrested five of the media outlet’s senior executives, raided its offices and newsroom, and froze assets worth millions of dollars. The newspaper said it had increased its press run to 500,000 copies, up from 80,000 on Thursday. Nevertheless, shops …
 
Apple Daily says it is planning a print-run of up to 500,000 for Friday, the day after national security police arrested its editor-in-chief Ryan Law and four other senior executives. The pro-democracy newspaper's offices in Tseung Kwan O were also raided. The paper says it is devoting eight pages to the incident. Police on Thursday said the action…
 
The first astronauts arrived at China's new space station on Thursday in the country's longest crewed mission to date, a landmark step in establishing Beijing as a major space power. The trio blasted off on a Long March-2F rocket from the Jiuquan launch centre in northwest China's Gobi desert, and their craft docked at the Tiangong station around s…
 
The government will from next month start giving out up to HK$3,900 a month to families who have been on the waiting list for a public housing flat for more than three years. The scheme was announced by Chief Executive Carrie Lam in her latest policy address, and officials revealed on Thursday how much cash households of various sizes will receive.…
 
The chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA), Chris Yeung, has described the police's raid of Apple Daily on Thursday as "shocking" and "scary", accusing the authorities of trying to intimidate the newspaper's supporters by warning them not to "stand with the suspects". Five of the media group’s top executives were also arrested und…
 
The Consumer Council has called on the government and businesses to do more to encourage sustainable consumption, after a survey it did found that consumers are not recycling more – despite being “willing to do more". The survey last year found that 77 percent of respondents said they were willing to do more on sustainable consumption – including r…
 
Security Secretary John Lee on Thursday told the public and the media to cut all ties with several Apple Daily executives arrested under the national security law, warning people they "would regret it" if they didn't. Lee made the comments at a press briefing, hours after a police raid on the newspaper's offices in Tseung Kwan O. Five directors of …
 
Police say their latest raid on Apple Daily and the arrest of five of the media group's executives are linked to newspaper articles allegedly calling for foreign sanctions, as they warned the public they could face prosecution for sharing the reports on social media. Senior superintendent Steve Li said the Apple Daily articles were suspected of bre…
 
The first astronauts for China's new space station blasted off on Thursday for the country's longest crewed mission to date, a landmark step in establishing Beijing as a major space power. The trio launched on a Long March-2F rocket for the Tiangong station, where they will spend three months, in a blast-off broadcast live on state TV. Liftoff took…
 
National security police arrested the editor and four other directors of Apple Daily on Thursday morning and raided the pro-democracy media group's offices in Tseung Kwan O for the second time in a year to execute a warrant. The force confirmed it had conducted a raid at a "media company in Tseung Kwan O" and arrested four men and a woman on suspic…
 
Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung said on Wednesday that the government is reviewing whether legal aid applicants should be allowed to pick their own lawyers, and whether to lower an existing cap to prevent some of them from taking up too many legal aid cases. Cheung made the comment at a Legco question-and-answer session after some lawmakers asked wh…
 
Lawmakers on Wednesday urged the government to regulate the online game industry, saying that mechanics such as paid-for ‘loot boxes’ risk fostering a gambling addiction in youngsters. The Heung Yee Kuk’s Kenneth Lau said some game developers failed to disclose details such as the probability of acquiring prizes in these lucky draws. "There isn't a…
 
The Foreign Ministry's top representative in Hong Kong says Beijing will oppose external interference in the SAR more vigorously going forward, warning that any attempt to thwart China's development is doomed to fail. The comment came just days after G7 leaders took China to task over alleged rights abuses in Xinjiang and Hong Kong, and called for …
 
Chief Executive Carrie Lam has hailed the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for showing “great leadership skills” in combating the Covid-19 pandemic, saying China is the first major economy in the world to rein in the spread of the virus. Speaking at a forum to mark the party’s 100th anniversary, Lam said it is evident that the country responded very q…
 
The chairman of the Equal Opportunities Commission, Ricky Chu, said on Wednesday that remarks made by some lawmakers about the Gay Games prove that the city needs to legislate against discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. Pro-establishment lawmaker Junius Ho has said the government should not support the hosting of the event in the S…
 
Deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi went on trial for sedition in a junta court on Tuesday, more than four months after her government was ousted in a coup that has thrown her country into turmoil. Huge pro-democracy protests against the generals' February putsch have been met with a brutal crackdown that a monitoring group says has killed more…
 
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