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It was also revealed that snacks are often mislabelled, and one contained 210 per cent more sugar than advertised.
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Witnesses told police the boy ran to cross the road ahead of his younger brother and domestic helper.
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Passengers suffered only light injuries, but driver died despite being sent to hospital for emergency treatment.
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Will an Australian visa save Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun from being sent back home?
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Ko Ki-yan, a Form Five student from Elegantia College, says she will always cherish her days as a member of the Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme. She was among...
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Nighttime on a public housing estate seems to belong to gangs of youths who roam the parks and playgrounds of the neighbourhood. These youngsters don't seem...
Afghan asylum seekers were caught entering the city for the first time yesterday, intercepted in the...
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Students from the Sha Tin College took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
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Students from Tin Ka Ping Secondary School are ready to take on Hong Kong's most challenging outdoor event - in what has become a...
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The monsters of our imaginations are all scary. Anais Ross looks at which one can claim to be most terrifying...
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Your first year at college or university is a whole new world. It might be the first time you encounter a new medium of instruction...
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Junior Reporters find out which Halloween treat does the trick best...
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Students from Heep Yunn School and Wa Ying College took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
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Paraplegic Eeva Simons is proof that a physical disability need not bar anyone from taking to the stage and dancing. With deft handling, she can put her wheelchair through...