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UN: harming planet kills people
A QUARTER of all premature deaths and diseases worldwide are due to manmade pollution and environmental damage, the Unit...
2019.03.21
20772
Cop-calling school says sorry
ST Paul’s Secondary School (聖保祿中學) in Happy Valley apologised weeks after a teacher called the police over a group...
2019.03.20
20766
Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 grounded
AIRLINES from North America to the Middle ast (中東) initially kept flying Boeing’s 737 AX 8 after a host of other coun...
2019.03.19
20751
UK slammed for barring IS teen
A DECISION by Britain to strip a teenage girl of her citizenship after she joined Islamic State (IS, 伊斯蘭國) in Syria ...
2019.03.18
20738
Huawei lab unveils cyber secrets
CHINESE tech giant Huawei (華為) has opened a cybersecurity lab in Brussels (布魯塞爾) – the heart of the European Unio...
2019.03.14
20719
Electric cars more affordable
ELECTRIC cars are turning from expensive novelties for environmentalists and rich people to affordable and practical veh...
2019.03.13
20710
Cyclist breaks her own record
LOCAL cycling sensation Sarah Lee Wai-sze (李慧詩) made history again as she broke her own record upon winning her third...
2019.03.12
20696
DSE students look northward
MORE students taking the Diploma of Secondary Education examination are contemplating studying in the mainland, while th...
2019.03.11
20682
Government to fix up toilets
PUBLIC toilets ‘aflush with cash’ – that was the hot topic in the latest budget, which set aside HK$600 million to mo...
2019.03.07
20664
Youths not keen on Greater Bay
ALMOST 70 percent of Hong Kong’s youths are unwilling to work in the mainland side of the Greater Bay Area (大灣區) but...
2019.03.06
20656
Hanoi deports Kim lookalike
A KIM Jong Un (金正恩) impersonator was hauled from his hotel and deported from Vietnam (越南) two days before the summi...
2019.03.05
20647
Number of McRefugees soars
THE number of homeless people sleeping in 24-hour McDonald’s restaurants, commonly known as McRefugees, rose 16 percent...
2019.03.04
20632
K-pop guidelines withdrawn
GOVERNMENT guidelines aimed at promoting more diversity in South Korea’s (南韓) K-pop world have been withdrawn after c...
2019.02.28
20613
New hopes for cure-all flu jab
SCIENTISTS said they had discovered immune cells that can fight all known fl u viruses in what was hailed as an ‘extrao...
2019.02.27
20604
‘Kissing sailor’ dies, aged 95
THE sailor photographed kissing a woman in Times Square (時代廣場) as people celebrated the end of World War II has died...
2019.02.26
20594
Barrier Reef could get choked
RUNOFF from recent floods in northern Australia (澳洲) is flowing onto parts of the Barrier Reef (大堡礁), starving cora...
2019.02.25
20578
Unsafe food hurts economy
FOOD contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites and toxic chemicals is a mounting health hazard and a crippling econ...
2019.02.21
20559
Global youths’ hearing in danger
MORE than one billion young people risk damaging their hearing through excessive use of smartphones and other audio devi...
2019.02.20
20556
Lack of sleep ups cancer risk
SLEEP deprivation could cause permanent damage to DNA and increase the risk of cancer even in healthy young people, a Un...
2019.02.19
20540
Drones used for safety checks
CLP Group has embraced the benefits of modern technology by using drones to check the safety of its power generators.The...
2019.02.18
20525
Big turnout for LNY fireworks
ABOUT 320,000 people flocked to the waterfront from either side of the harbour to watch the spectacular fi reworks displ...
2019.02.14
20506
Schoolgirl activist goes to Davos
THERE are not many people who would spend 32 hours on a train to get to the World Economic Forum (世界經濟論壇) in the S...
2019.01.31
20468
Hacks by criminals on the rise
THE number of cybersecurity incident reports received by the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC, 香港生產力促進局) ros...
2019.01.30
20462
China gets tough on geneticist
A MAINLAND scientist who claims to have made the world’s first ‘gene-edited’ babies broke the law and will be severel...
2019.01.29
20450
1 in 4 lack faith in rule of law
MORE than 25 percent of locals are dissatisfied with the rule of law in Hong Kong, according to a double-barrelled surve...
2019.01.28
20435