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HK air quality improved

General air quality in Hong Kong has improved in the past few years according to the Environmental Protection Department's just-released report, Air Quality in Hong Kong 2013.

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6 projects win funding

Six projects have been awarded a total of $8.2 million in the latest round of Sustainable Development Fund grants.

 

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35 beaches rated 'good'

The Environmental Protection Department rates water quality at 35 beaches 'good' and four as 'fair'.

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Development chief visits Barcelona

Secretary for Development Paul Chan has given a speech, met officials, and inspected infrastructure projects during his duty visit to Barcelona.

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Rose expo to be held

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department will hold the Plants of Rosaceae horticulture education exhibition on November 8 and 9 in Kowloon Park.

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Waste Reduction Day held

The Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department has held the Country Parks Waste Reduction Day at Tai Hung Tun in Clear Water Bay to start the Country Parks Waste Reduction Campaign.

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Food Wise wins marketing award

The Food Wise Hong Kong Campaign has won the Excellence Award in the HKMA/TVB Awards for Marketing Excellence for promoting a "food wise" culture in Hong Kong.

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35 beaches rated 'good'

The Environmental Protection Department has rated water quality at 35 beaches 'good' and four 'fair' for this weekend.

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More green transport trials approved

The 11th batch of applications for green transport trials under the Pilot Green Transport Fund has been approved, the Environmental Protection Department announces.

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29 pollution convictions recorded

The Environmental Protection Department has recorded 29 convictions for pollution offences in September.

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Forecasters showcase on-air skills

If you are planning an outdoor activity or just wondering if you should bring an umbrella to work tomorrow, the people you turn to first are weather forecasters.

Audiences regularly tune in to watch the Hong Kong Observatory's weather reports presented by qualified scientific officers.

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