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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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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has walked back on a decision to end a key military deal with the United States, his defence secretary said on Friday during a visit by Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin. Duterte told the United States in February last year he planned to axe the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) after Washington cancelled the visa of a …
 
Cheers, applause and even a few tears broke out around Hong Kong shopping malls once again on Friday as swimmer Siobhan Haughey won another silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Expectations were high for the Hong Kong athlete ahead of the 100 metre freestyle final, after her Asian-record-breaking swims in the heats and semi-finals, as well as her si…
 
A lot more taxis are accepting digital payments in the hope of gaining more business when the government starts handing out electronic spending vouchers on August 1, a taxi association representative says. On an RTHK programme, the chairman of the Taxi Dealers and Owners Association, Ng Kwan-shing, said on Friday that the number of drivers who have…
 
Israel will begin offering a third shot of the Pfizer/BioNTech Coid-19 vaccine to people aged over 60, a world first in efforts to slow the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, launching the campaign, said President Isaac Herzog would be the first to receive the booster, on Friday. Israel was a world leader…
 
There were queues outside some of Hong Kong’s Covid vaccination centres early on Thursday morning, as elderly people lined up to take advantage of a new walk-in scheme aimed at boosting vaccination rates. People aged 70 and over are now able to receive their coronavirus jabs without first needing to make a booking. The government said it will hand …
 
A Baptist University’s adjunct professor in business said on Thursday that it was appropriate for the government to invoke rarely-used powers under the Companies Ordinance to investigate Next Digital, saying a lot of questions surrounding the financial affairs of the media company remain unanswered. Speaking on an RTHK programme, Nelson Lam, who is…
 
The US Senate voted to advance a historic infrastructure package late on Wednesday, a breakthrough after weeks of often-bitter negotiations on a bill that President Joe Biden said could "transform America." The deal, if passed by Congress and signed into law, would pump historic levels of federal funding into fixing US roads, bridges and waterways,…
 
Cheers erupted across Hong Kong once again on Wednesday as the SAR scooped its second medal at the Tokyo Games. Some Hongkongers celebrated in shopping malls where they watched Siobhan Haughey take silver in the women's 200 metre freestyle final, while SAR officials put out messages of congratulations. About a hundred supporters had gathered at the…
 
An expert in infectious diseases on Wednesday urged the government to send outreach teams to housing estates to vaccinate elderly people against Covid-19. Dr Ho Pak-leung of the University of Hong Kong welcomed the government’s plan to offer walk-in vaccinations to people aged 70 and above, but said more needs to be done to increase the vaccine tak…
 
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