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Oil spilling out of a ship is threatening a Unesco World Heritage site in Solomon Islands as Australia sends help to clean up the mess
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More than half of students in the final year of secondary school in Hong Kong have never used a radio before – and it is leaving them potentially tuned out ahead of HKDSE.
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Organisers say they will send a letter to schools next to suggest how students can be better educated about how they can fight climate change.
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All the girls aged 12 to 14 from Holy Family Canossian College had developed fever and other symptoms and sought medical attention.
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The final of the major HK competition was the first in 17 years to feature two teams from ESF schools.
The two trains were part of an overnight trial run for a new signal system; both drivers were taken to hospital.
When his school’s ball hockey team was in need of a leader, ice hockey player Marco Yan kicked off his skates and lead them all the way to victory.
Skateboarding set to make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and break-dancing to be added to the programme in 2024.
It’s not just the environment that is hurt by the effects of climate change – countries are hurt financially, too
Local hurdle star Rico Cheung misses podium with fourth place finish at 110 metre event.
The past five years have been, in total, the hottest on record, with 2018 the fourth-warmest since modern records began.
The numbers do not tell the whole story, so countries will need to reassess their roles as they contribute towards combating climate change.
On Friday, March 15 about 1,000 gathered at Chater Garden in Hong Kong to march to Legco as part of the global #ClimateStrike movement to demand stronger climate change action from governments all around the world.