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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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Health authorities on Saturday said that it would be very unlikely for Hong Kong to achieve zero Covid infections again as the SAR reported 5,190 new infections. Chuang Shuk-kwan from the Centre for Health Protection made the comment at a regular press briefing, when asked whether the disease has become endemic. “I think whether it’s become endemic…
 
Macau Chief Executive Ho Iat-seng said on Saturday that the city will hopefully be able to receive mainland tour groups again from November. At a press conference, he said he made the request because mainland visitors are very important to the local economy, adding central authorities had approved it. Ho said tour groups from Guangdong, Fujian, Zhe…
 
The Secretary for the Civil Service, Ingrid Yeung, said on Saturday that about 16 percent of children aged between six months and three years, have been inoculated against Covid-19 since the Sinovac vaccine became available for them some seven weeks ago. Yeung said this means around 87,000 children in this age group are still unvaccinated, and urge…
 
President Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden and about 2,000 fans on Friday basked in a performance at the White House by musical legend and activist Elton John, who is on a lengthy farewell tour in the United States. The British superstar performed hit songs such as "Rocketman," "Your Song" and "Tiny Dancer" from the South Lawn, singing and playing …
 
A medical expert advising the government on the Covid-19 pandemic on Saturday said that Hong Kong may be able to scrap the health monitoring requirement altogether for inbound travellers in weeks if local infections continue to drop. Ivan Hung from the University of Hong Kong was speaking a day after the government announced it will scrap the curre…
 
Roger Federer ended his remarkable career with an agonising doubles defeat alongside long-time rival Rafael Nadal at the Laver Cup in the early hours of Saturday. The 20-time Grand Slam champion, dogged by a knee injury, has not played since the 2021 Wimbledon quarter-finals and last week announced his retirement at the age of 41. But he rolled bac…
 
Politicians and health experts on Friday welcomed the easing of restrictions on travellers, saying while it’s an encouraging move, they hope to see all medical surveillance scrapped ultimately. Exco member Jeffrey Lam, who's also a lawmaker from the Business and Professionals Alliance, noted that although the three-day medical surveillance period u…
 
Health officials reported 5,387 new coronavirus infections on Friday, including 156 imported cases. 12 more Covid patients, aged between 45 and 93, have died. More than 2,220 patients are currently being treated in public hospitals, including 15 who are in intensive care. The Hospital Authority said from Saturday, four general outpatient clinics wi…
 
Chief Executive John Lee on Friday announced the scrapping of mandatory hotel quarantine for new arrivals from next Monday, saying the government was able to make the decision in view of the stabilising pandemic situation. Instead of the current "three plus four" arrangement – where travellers have to quarantine in a designated hotel for three days…
 
Australia is aiming for a stable relationship with China despite differences in particular on trade, Australia's foreign minister said, as she called on China to use its influence as a great power to help end the war in Ukraine. Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong met with her Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, on Thursday on the sidelines of the Uni…
 
Health officials say Hong Kong's latest wave of Covid infections has "obviously peaked" and hospital services can now gradually return to normal. Thursday saw another 5,990 infections – including 163 imported cases – added to the city's total official tally, while another 17 deaths were reported. More than 2,200 patients were being treated in publi…
 
Police on Thursday arrested three private doctors on suspicion of issuing exemption certificates for Covid vaccine passes without giving the recipients medical consultations. The woman and two men have clinics in Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai and Chai Wan, police said, although they did not say whether the three arrests were linked. At a press briefing, …
 
The 67-year-old driver of a cement mixer truck died on Thursday after his vehicle fell from a bridge in Cheung Sha Wan. A school bus ploughed into the truck, leaving the bus driver and three members of school staff onboard slightly injured. No children were on the bus when the incident happened at around noon. The truck was travelling along the Tsi…
 
Health Secretary Lo Chung-mau said on Thursday that scrapping all quarantine and medical surveillance requirements is one option the government will consider when it comes to further opening up the border. At present, inbound travellers are required to stay at a quarantine hotel for three days, followed by four days of medical surveillance. There a…
 
Financial Secretary Paul Chan warned on Thursday that the interest rate hike in the US will likely slow down external demand and hit Hong Kong’s exports, but said he doesn’t think it will lead to any sharp drop in the city’s property market. He was speaking shortly after the US Federal Reserve lifted its policy rate by 75 basis points for the third…
 
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