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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 Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Christopher Hui, says there will be enough funds to develop a metropolis in northern New Territories, as long as the government can find the most efficient plan to utilise both public money and private capital. The plan for a 300 square kilometres Northern Metropolis was unveiled in Chief Execu…
 
The attacker who fatally stabbed British lawmaker David Amess was referred to a official counter-terrorist scheme for those thought to be at risk of radicalisation, according to media reports. Police said late on Saturday that detectives had until Friday, October 22, to question the suspect after he was detained under the Terrorism Act, which allow…
 
Hong Kong's sole delegate to the nation's top legislative body, Tam Yiu-chung, says he has been barred from attending the committee's meeting in Beijing next week – due to the recent discovery of an untraceable Covid-19 case in Hong Kong. In a video uploaded to the DAB's social media page, Tam said he originally planned to set off to the capital on…
 
Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip admitted on Saturday that a new test on the national security law for would-be government workers will reduce the number of people seeking such roles, but he said he was confident the administration would be able to bring in enough talent. The government announced this week that the new test would take ef…
 
Customs officials said on Friday that they had seized more than 3,000 kilogrammes of Australian lobster that they believed was to be smuggled to the mainland by sea. Thirteen people were arrested, some on suspicion of making inadequate import declarations. Rita Li from customs' syndicate crimes investigation bureau said authorities on both sides of…
 
Labour and Welfare Secretary Law Chi-kwong said the government may make available more quarantine facilities for newly arrived foreign domestic helpers when the time is ripe. Employers and agencies have complained that they've been struggling to find space for helpers to complete their 21-day quarantine. Speaking at a roundtable discussion on Frida…
 
Hospital Authority chief executive Tony Ko has played down the impact of subsidence that has forced the suspension of construction work at the site of the future acute hospital in Kai Tak, blaming bad weather for what he says is a common phenomenon. The authority announced on Wednesday that four monitoring checkpoints at the site recorded subsidenc…
 
Education professionals have urged the government to take a cautious approach and assess the situation on the ground before moving to close or relocate schools amid an expected decrease in the number of pupils. In a paper submitted to the Legislative Council's panel on education, the administration noted a decrease of 5.9 percent in primary school …
 
Education Secretary Kevin Yeung says teachers may in future have to take a test on the Basic Law and the national security law before they could take up a job. Speaking on an RTHK programme on Friday, Yeung said teachers at government schools already have to take a Basic Law test, and the administration is planning to extend the requirement to aide…
 
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