These tourist-loving birds live in the mountains of New Zealand and just might steal your passport.
Grammar can be tricky - here’s a guide to errors we consistently see in letters and stories, or hear in conversation.
Carrie Lam announced that all schools can have half-day in-person lessons beginning May 24
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60 years ago, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first person to travel to space, a ground-breaking feat that would change the world.
If you’ve been in contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19, you may be sent to a quarantine centre to make sure you don’t infect anyone else
Millions of people around the world don’t have access to clean drinking water, yet it’s important for all life
Fake news and concerns about the Covid-19 jabs means not enough people are registering for the vaccine
The government said all schools may have to close again if the situation does not improve
More people are taking the vaccine.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
This Chinese New Year, celebrate these humble ‘beasts of burden’ who have helped humans for more than 6,000 years
Add something new to your writing this Chinese New Year with these words all about bulls
The two-day blockade in Yau Tsim Mong was the first of its kind, and many wonder whether it was effective
These tips will help you stand out from the crowd and let you see your name in print
Men must cut their hair when they go to jail in Hong Kong, but women do not. Is this discrimination?
The ban has led to debates about freedom of speech and social responsibility.
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Students share their opinion on whether everyone should be guaranteed a nice picture on their identification cards
A judge reportedly asked three people to change their masks because they were yellow, the colour associated with the 2019 anti-government protests
Misinformation on social media says the temperature will drop to -2 degrees Celsius at the end of January, and very cold for Lunar New Year
This combination of meditation and exercise is good for your body and mind
From the city’s first Covid-19 case in January, to the passage of the National Security Law in June, here’s a timeline of big events of the last year
Learn about Mister Roger’s kindness and empathy with Tom Hanks, and more about your emotions with ‘Inside Out’.
This year’s selection process was greatly affected by Covid-19, as students had to interview with judges online and submit recorded performances
Restaurants will be closed after 6pm and all fitness centres and beauty salons will have to shut from midnight on Thursday